Tomer Sofinzon, Founder of the Pillar Project, at a panel discussion, by Mantas Bartaševičius

Tomer Sofinzon: Blockchain will change the way we live

Blockchain technology is going to change the world and potentially could have as big effect on our lives as birth of the Internet. Still, since it is relatively unknown, the perception of it is that this technology has been created to serve only the cryptocurrencies, let’s mention the Bitcoin. The Lithuania Tribune spoke with Tomer Sofinzon, the founder of the Pillar Project and member of the 2030 project, about the technology and how Blockchain is going to change our lives. […]

Evaldas Rimašauskas

Court rules to extradite Google, Facebook fraud suspect to US (Updated)

The Lithuanian Court of Appeals on Friday ruled to extradite Evaldas Rimašauskas, a Lithuanian national accused of swindling US tech giants Facebook and Google off 100 million US dollars via an email fraud scheme, to the United States. […]


Lithuanian start-up Semseye makes breakthrough with Google partnership

Lithuanian start-up Sems Technology which develops solutions that allow retailers to track and analyse customer behaviour and flows in their stores has become one of a small number of Google-approved beacon manufacturers. […]

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Google marketing manager: Business must understand how technology changes customer expectations

Marketing manager at Google Regimantas Urbanas says that internet enables direct service sharing; customers can get the necessary service from other customers. In this sense technology coerces businesses to improve, make creative decisions and communicate with their customers personally. Urbanas shared his insights on changes of customer‘s and entrepreneur’s behaviour in Vilnius Innovation Forum ‘Innovation Drift’ last week. […]


The rise of Lithuania as a force in IT: Why Google and Nasdaq are investing here

The tech sector thrives in this Baltic state, and education in the STEM field is at the core of its growth. […]

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Opinion: Breaking up Google at European Parliament

Picking a fight at such a high level with Google would damage the reputation of the European Parliament, writes Estonian MEP Kaja Kallas. […]