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    • EU talks with Valvena could secure 60m vaccines January 13, 2021
      The European Commission concluded exploratory talks with the French biotech company Valneva Tuesday, with a view to purchasing its potential vaccine against COVID-19, manufactured in Scotland.
    • Brussels consults on EU targets to restore Europe's biodiversity January 13, 2021
      The EU Commission made a bid Monday to restore Europe's damaged ecosystems and help tackle climate change, as it launched a public consultation on legally binding nature restoration targets for the EU.
    • EIB announces EUR 300m investment in space January 13, 2021
      The European Investment Fund and the EU Commission announced investment of some EUR 300 million into the European space sector Wednesday, supporting ground-breaking innovation in the industry.
    • EU clears 'safe and effective' Moderna vaccine against COVID-19 January 11, 2021
      The EU Commission granted conditional marketing authorisation for the COVID-19 vaccine developed by US firm Moderna Wednesday, making it the second COVID-19 vaccine authorised in the Union.
    • EU-China reach agreement on investment January 11, 2021
      Following intensive negotiations carried out by the European Commission, the EU and China concluded in principle at the end of 2020 negotiations for a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
    • EUR 20m to help European SMEs maximise IP assets January 11, 2021
      As of Monday, small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) were able to apply for financing under a EUR 20 million grant scheme to help EU companies to make better use of intellectual property rights.
    • Portuguese EU presidency aims for green recovery January 6, 2021
      Portugal took over the European Union's presidency on 1 January, promising to lead the EU out of the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic under the motto of a "fair, green and digital recovery".
    • EU-UK agree historic trade deal January 4, 2021
      Four and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum, the British Government and the EU Commission agreed Thursday a historic trade and security deal as part of the UK's future cooperation with the EU.
    • Brussels sets out recommendations for sustainable farming January 4, 2021
      The EU Commission published recommendations Friday for each EU Member State to assist in the drafting of their Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) strategic plans, accompanied by a Communication.
    • EU fish quotas agreed for Atlantic, North Sea, Med and Black Sea December 18, 2020
      EU ministers reached agreement Thursday on catch limits for over 200 commercial fish stocks in the Atlantic, North Sea, Mediterranean and the Black Sea for 2021 and, for deep-sea species, for 2021-22.

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8 Bitcoin News Sites Every Cryptocurrency Fan Should Read

“Bitcoin” was one of the most popular search terms on Google during 2017. According to the company’s own data, it was the second most-searched-for news topic of the year. Indeed, 2017 was undoubtedly year that the cryptocurrency came of age. Back in January, one Bitcoin was worth approximately $ 1,000 USD. By December, it had… read more »

6 Sites All Parents Should Add to Their Block List Today

If you’re a parent, you will no doubt be aware of the dangers of giving your child unfettered access to the web. Whether it’s adult entertainment, gore, or gambling, there’s a near-endless number of sites that your children shouldn’t be seeing. Even stuff that appears innocent can still be a minefield; the new YouTube Kids… read more »

5 Electron Apps for Linux You Should Try Today

Programs written using the Electron framework don’t have the best reputations. A lot of this has to do with the way they seem to use up a lot of resources. They are, after all, based off Google’s Chrome web browser, with all the benefits and trappings of it. That’s not to say that all of… read more »

9 Privacy-Friendly Android Apps You Should Be Using

These days, you can find an Android app for just about anything. Want to know what the weather will be like next week? No problem. Need to explore your device’s file system? It’s easy. Dying to waste a few hours playing high-quality games? There are thousands to choose from. But the app-for-everything nature of the… read more »

Bitcoin Explained: Should You Buy It Right Now?

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A lot of Mac enthusiasts prefer using Safari over Chrome, thanks to its low battery consumption. With macOS High Sierra, Safari is better than ever before, but as with all browsers there are quirks that need fixing. Fortunately enough, most of the browser’s annoying quirks can be fixed by making a quick visit to Safari’s settings. Others need a… read more »

Everything You Should Know About the Amazon Echo Spot

Amazon’s Echo line of connected speakers continues to grow. So far in 2017, we’ve seen the introduction of the second-generation Echo, Echo Plus, the style-conscious Echo Look, and top-of-the-line Echo Show. And Amazon isn’t done just yet for the year. The Echo Spot is the latest unique device to feature the Alexa voice assistant. Introducing… read more »

11 LinkedIn Features You Aren’t Using (But Should Be)

With hundreds of millions of users, there’s no doubt that LinkedIn is still the world’s largest professional-oriented platform. That being said, in recent years, lots of users have drifted away from the network. They rarely log in and barely engage with the content and connections found over there. I was exactly the same, checking my… read more »

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