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Reuters – Egypt’s landline monopoly Telecom Egypt expects a newly-formed government to grant it a licence to provide mobile services this month or next, the state-controlled company’s chief executive said on Wednesday. Telecom Egypt has been relying on its data business to boost revenue and has been waiting to launch a new mobile operation that …
The call centre is scheduled to commence in two weeks, the Minister of Communication says
Muti-national, regional and Egyptian companies will be able to reach over a million Egyptian professionals, Connect Ads says
Atef Helmy tells protesting workers, “Egyptian citizens alone will pay the price of these strikes”
The move marks the latest change to Yahoo by Chief Executive Marissa Mayer, who is striving to spark fresh interest in the company’s Web products and to revive its stagnant revenue.
Early adopters of the PS4 have enthused over its vast computing capacity and the cinematic graphics it makes possible
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology will cooperate with the Estonian party in various technological fields.
By Sunil Veetil, Regional Head of Payments and Cash Management, HSBC Middle East and North Africa Many would argue that the 1970s was the decade of innovation. It was in these years that the world saw the first handheld mobile phones, and Sony launched its first Walkman—transforming how, when and where we listen to music. …
More than 100 local companies will attend
Helmy pointed out that the Egyptian government is invested in the process of shifting to a digital society through the use of IT tools.
Thousands of internet users have organised under the banner of the Internet Revolution initiative to put pressure on service providers to lower prices and increase speed
Research house Canalys predicts sales of connected bracelets and watches will surge to 17 million units this year, and 45 million in 2017.
“Internet Revolution” initiative aims to increase speeds, reduce prices
Located in Maadi technological investment zone, new centre will offer Etisalat’s customers technological services
The console will go on sale in Japan on 22 February, the last country currently scheduled to handle the device.
DNE Chairman Mostafa Sakr discusses Egypt’s telecom industry with HansVestberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ericsson Group
This service will allow citizens to obtain their car license directly from traffic units skipping several procedures except the technical examination process
Computer devices will be supplied to student and teachers in schools nationwide
Kuwait topped the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries on the press freedom list but dropped 14 points to rank 91st worldwide.
Apple could be looking to switch to Sony sensors for the secondary camera on the front, which currently uses parts from suppliers in the United States and elsewhere
The Days app, launched in March of last year, lets people weave images captured at various moments into “visual diaries” of any given days in their lives.
The company that has long prided itself as a purveyor of upscale, feature-loaded products says it needs to sell more mid-tier and affordable smartphones after losing out in 2013.
Groups including the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Yahoo-owned Tumblr were on the roster of backers of an online protest called “The Day We Fight Back.”
The shock news comes a week after Moody’s downgraded its credit rating on Sony to junk
Ministry signs 28 protocols and agreements with more than 30 ministries and 16 governmental bodies, says Atef Helmy
Beni Suef factory exports approximately 20% of the total production of monitors
A growing number of naysayers warn that Twitter’s stock is greatly overpriced, and that even mediocre inaugural results could deflate its soaring valuation, now several times that of its closest social media peer, Facebook Inc.
Three Egyptian ministries cooperate to develop fish resources using the latest technology.
The moves come with Microsoft losing ground to rivals like Apple and Google amid a shift away from the traditional personal computer to mobile devices and cloud services.
The state commission sent a letter to TIDA stating that it had received complaints about work on a ‘Google Barge’ and, after investigating, determined that no permits were issued to use the pier for that or any other project.