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At the World Telecommunications Development Conference, Atef Helmy calls for international cooperation on issues of privacy, digital identity, and cybersecurity
Souq, Jumia, Amazon and Facebook the most commonly used online shopping websites
Governments argue that by keeping data at home, they are improving the privacy and security of their citizens.
The agreement expected to increase Egyptian IT exports by around $20m, according to a ministry statement
Entrepreneurs developed an unmanned mine detector, an educational cartoon, and a smartphone add-on that helps the blind detect obstacles – among other things
The strategy should benefit both public and private ICT consumers, minister says
The move allows developers to create apps for smartwatches, the first phase of the Android Wear platform.
The iPad 4 is available at $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and $529 for the 16GB Wi-Fi + cellular model at the four major US carriers – AT&T Inc, Sprint Corp, T-Mobile US Inc and Verizon Communications Inc.
The Ministry of Communication and Information technology signed a protocol with the Ministry of Education to develop the technical and industrial education system
Robots never fail to pull in the crowds, and they set the scene at the official opening of the five-day showcase of what’s new and uber-hot in the IT and high-tech world.
The protocol sponsors projects that aim to develop health care services in Alexandria University hospitals
Reuters – Kuwait’s parliament has approved the first reading of a bill to create the country’s first independent telecoms watchdog, according to the assembly’s website, a move that could lead to further liberalisation of the sector. The Ministry of Communications is the de facto regulator in the absence of a separate watchdog and also ultimately …
The International Telecommunication Union says it plans to benefit from devices for the disabled
The conference brings together national experts from business sectors, the government and academics
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