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Most Greeks Won’t Let Go of Their Cell Phone During Vacation

Most Greeks consider technology as an essential part of their summer vacation with 6 out of 10 saying they can’t leave their cell phone behind.

ANEK Lines Donates Tablets to Students of Chania, Crete

ANEK Lines has donated tablet devices to the students of the Chania Municipality to support their access to the Greek Education Ministry’s tele-education program.

Greek Marinas Association Supports Remote Learning Programs for Students

The Greek Marinas Association (GMA) will donate 165 tablet computers to the Greek Education Ministry, aiming to enhance its remote learning programs.

Survey: Booking on Mobile Goes Mainstream for Greek Hotels

2015 seems to be the year when booking on mobile goes mainstream for the Greek hotel industry, according to eBusiness consulting company Nelios.

Tablets and Smartphones To Drive Next Phase Of Online Travel Growth

The rapid adoption of tablets and smartphones by consumers around the globe is creating a new business environment for the travel and tourism industry, according to Euromonitor International.

British Airways Permits Mobile Use During Take-Off and Landing

British Airways is the first European airline to allow passengers to use smartphones and tablets - in flight mode - during take-off and landing.

Smartphones And Other Electronic Devices To Be Allowed On-Board Aircraft

The use of personal electronic devices (PED) such as tablets, smartphones, e-readers and mp3 players during flights is expected to change, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) recently announced.
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Most Popular Things Greeks Forget In Hotel Rooms

A recent study shows that clothes, shoes and mobile phone chargers top the list of the most commonly forgotten belongings by Greeks in hotel rooms.
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Sani Resort Launches New App

The Sani Resort in Chalkidiki now offers its "world" on mobile phones through a brand new app available for Iphone, Ipad, tablets and Android.
Greek director Costa Gavras provided footage to artistically enhance the “Amazing Athens” application.
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Athens’ Best To Be Showcased Via New Smartphone App

An innovative smartphone application, under the name “Amazing Athens,” geared to promote the Greek capital as a destination was presented yesterday, Wednesday, 28 November, by Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni at the Acropolis Museum.