Very soon, the capital of Georgia will be among the cities that have full wireless coverage. This is expected to happen before the end of the year. Read More »
Hundreds of posts demanding the withdrawal of Russian solders from Georgia’s breakaway regions on Russian president Dimitry Medvedev’s Facebook page were removed by the administrator, and Georgian users were blocked from accessing the site. Online activists, consisting of forum.ge users, wanted to express their position concerning Russian policy on Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Read More »
A new newsroom opening soon in Tbilisi will allow students a chance to have hands-on experience with their future. Read More »
Only two percent of internet users in Georgia run their own blogs or read other blogs, forty percent mainly connect internet for social networks, twenty percent use to learn news, Forty-five percent search information, – a result of survey carried out by the Caucasus Research Resource Centre (CRRC) in 2009 and 2011 following the order by Eurasia Partnership Foundation. Read More »
On February 11, 2012, the event TEDxTbilisi, devoted to the ideas worth spreading, will take place at Tbilisi State University. The theme is “The Long View”. The thirteen Georgian and foreigner speakers were chosen from different fields, ranging from science, music, art or diplomacy. Read More »
A video of Shalva Natelashvili protesting against President Mikheil Saakashvili’s politics in front of the White House in Washington, DC, has gone viral in Georgia. The video has become popular on Facebook.
He is the most popular Georgian on Facebook, and the number of his fans increased after a recent announcement by his billionaire father, Bidzina Ivanishvili, Georgia’s richest man according to Forbes, with an estimated worth of $5.5billion. Ivanishvili declared that he would form a political party and take part in the 2012 parliamentary elections.