SEE Tech News: Jack Ma visits the region, Apple Maps trekkers map Zagreb, Albania welcomes digital nomads, US blacklists one Greek and one Macedonian spyware company

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  • Billionaire Jack Ma, the co-founder of Alibaba, was recently seen strolling along Skopje, Tirana, Belgrade and Sarajevo and enjoying the local food. No one knows the exact purpose of his visit to the Balkans. *Source
  • If you happen to be in Zagreb this week, and you are seeing strange people carrying huge backpacks and computer equipment – don’t be alarmed! These are just Apple Maps employees improving the latest maps for their app. *Source
  • The Albanian government has recently decided that foreigners coming to Albania to work in the field of IT will have simplified procedures to stay in Albania. If you can prove that you work in an IT company, you can stay in Albania for up to a year. *Source
  • US IT company Databricks has announced its plans to open a development centre in Belgrade, solidifying its position as “one of the company’s most crucial hubs”. The company actively encourages aspiring engineers to apply for positions in the Belgrade founding team. *Source
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