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Bozar, the Brussels Centre for Fine Arts, can now be visited virtually thanks to a collaboration between the venue and the Google Arts & Culture website and app.
Belgium's federal crisis centre in 2017 will launch a text messaging system to warn people in the case of a terror attack or natural disaster, writes Het Laatste Nieuws.
The free wifi network of the Brussels-Capital Region is being completely redesigned, starting with a new name: wifi.brussels.
Despite the European Commission's digital agenda, which aims for all European citizens to have access to an internet connection of at least 30 Megabytes per second by 2020, there are still 435,000
Responsibility for the security around Brussels Airport is set to shift this week from armed guards to a “shield” of cameras that can monitor all access roads.
The free public Wi-Fi network in Brussels will expand to include the underground metro stations, starting with Porte de Hal from next month, writes De Standaard following an announcement b
The Brussels employment office Actiris this week connects 11 of its local branches to the Brussels-Capital Region's free wireless network Urbizone, bringing the total number of free hotspots in Bru
Belgium's Royal Museums of Fine Arts and the Google Cultural Institute on Tuesday announced the launch of a new project around Pieter Bruegel the Elder, one of the greatest Flemish painters of the
Brussels.be, the official website of the City of Brussels, attracted a fifth more visitors in 2015 than the year before.