October 16, 2019
Armenia had recently come under the spotlight thanks to several major IT events that Yerevan was hosting, and David Conrad, Senior Vice President & Chief Technology Officer at ICANN (Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers), says the impressive Armenian Diaspora could help bring in more awareness about and investment into the country.
Bringing comfort, design and more
December 14, 2017
A multifunctional smart crib called Cribby has been developed in Armenia, which can be controlled with a smartphone. In a conversation with PanARMENIAN.Net, Sergey Navasardyan, one of the people behind the innovative cradle, revealed that they had incubated the idea of creating such a crib for a pretty long time. The Cribby team, consisting of programmers and designers, started working on the project in the fall of 2017 and are now unveiling the prototype of the cot to the public.
10 useful mobile apps for comfortable trips
October 24, 2017
The modern technologies, the smartphones and the mobile applications are reshaping the way people travel these days. Some think it ruins the journey, others argue that these devices and apps are actually very useful. Today, searching through the Google Play or App Store, you can find dozens of travel apps, some of which have over a million downloads.
Combination of textile and technologies
July 7, 2017
Armenian ARLOOPA information technology company and Shabeeg clothing brand have united efforts to create Armenia’s first ever AR (Augmented Reality) animated educating T-shirts. Armenian King Artashes II depicted on the interactive T-shirts not only looks handsome and modern but also wakes up after centuries-long sleep to tell about the last powerful representative of the Artashesian (Artaxiad) Dynasty.
Armenian startup creates coloring game for children
March 17, 2017
Modern mobile devices have already become an inseparable part of our life. Here, the task of the adults is to familiarize their children with interesting brain games, as the kids are fast learners, especially when the development process is exciting.
Most important IT events of 2016
January 16, 2017
2016 can be called a year of policy review rather than a year of development of the Armenian IT field. The April escalation of the Nagorno Karabakh conflict showed that the efficiency of military operations for some part depends on use of the latest technologies. After the 4-day war, a lot of IT companies have reviewed their approaches and offered assistance in boosting the development of military industry.
Armenian capital to appear on Yandex Panorama
October 21, 2016
Yerevan residents could recently observe a strange vehicle with a big panoramic camera touring the streets of the Armenian capital. This is the so-called panorama-mobile photographing Yerevan to enlarge the database of Yandex Maps service, which will in the future provide a 3D view of the streets and building of the city and give an opportunity to zoom the map.
They can explode and even kill
September 23, 2016
In mid-September 2016, Samsung Electronics has recalled Some 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones worldwide, replacing or refunding the flagship phones, whose susceptibility to catching fire has damaged the image of the Korean powerhouse.
Choose your own
June 22, 2016
A great number of sights in small Armenia is quite a problem for tourists, who visit the country for the first time. It’s often hard to decide where to go and what to see, while travel agents offer the most popular and standard tours. What to do if a foreigner wants to see places not included in the standard route? Addressing various tour operators means losing time and getting ambiguous price lists, without having a possibility to compare. Who will be the guide and how professional is he? The tourists will only know it after the end of the tour. Nevertheless, Armenian startup has developed online platform Localz, which offers tourists to outline individual tours and choose the guide they want.
ArmTab in detail
June 20, 2016
Technology & Science Dynamics (TSD) hosted by Yerevan-based Mergelyan Computer Research and Development Institute has launched production of the first Armenian tablets and smartphones. In the framework of the “One child, one computer” governmental program, the company presented its ArmTab TSD Wide A1004T educational tablet, the first of the devices to be produced.