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A Brussels start-up has developed an app that allows users to warn each other when parking enforcement officers are in the neighbourhood.

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The most extensive cultural agenda of the Brussels-Capital Region is now available as open data on the Brussels regional portal website opendatastore.brussels, reports Bruzz following

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The Royal Belgian Football Association (URBSFA) has developed an app for the biggest fans of Belgium's national team, writes Het Nieuwsblad.

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Clean My Street, the successor to the popular app Fix My Street, will be available to Brussels residents in the second half of this year, says Fadila Laanan, state secretary in charge of publ

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A Brussels resident who is fond of cats recently developed and released a free app for iPhone and iPad (an Android version should be released soon), writes Le Soir.

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AirBsit is a new app that brings Brussels babysitters in touch with parents who are planning a night out.

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Developed a year and a half ago by Brussels students Tom Leunen and Sam Gubel, b2n, a free mobile application that gives an overview of all that is happening in Brussels nightlife, has reached over

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Supermarket chain Delhaize has launched payments by smartphone, using the Bancontact app, the company announced.

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The CEO of tech company Aristoco, Geert Houben, has become the first Belgian ever to be invited by ICT giant Google to participate in its prestigious boot camp BlackBox Connect.

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