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TE and Al-Ahli Bank sign agreement to update the latter’s information network using fiberoptics at a cost of EGP 90m for five years
An Apple spokesman confirmed the purchase but declined to say how much it spent. Israeli media said it was about $350 million.
Etisalat is the bigger player in both of these segments and is seen by analysts as having more to lose from the introduction of the service.
Keenly-awaited Xbox One consoles launched in more than a dozen countries
The award revises the $450 million in damages originally granted in the landmark suit, but thrown out by a judge. It is in addition to nearly $600 million in patent infringement damages upheld from the trial last year
E-waste factory will recycle laptops, mobile devices, printers and photocopiers and other electronic wastes to benefit from unused resources.
The three mobile operators made proposals to CBE to collaborate on bettering cash transfer services
The study said the number was up 14.2 percent from a year ago and growth will push that number up to 2.33 billion by 2017.
Nokia’s share price has doubled since the plan was announced in early September with Microsoft agreeing to pay €5.44bn ($7.35bn) for the loss-making company’s mobile phone division.
El-Fakharany said that the government is first seeking investment opportunities in the internet sector to ensure its competitive structure without putting legal restrictions on the engagement of the online business community.
Back-to-school season helps push technology companies’ IPOs up.
Morgan Stanley analysts said the rise in the valuation of internet stocks has been due to investors looking at the total addressable market (TAM) opportunity with minimal focus on risks.
The company reported a 16% increase in revenue and a 2.3% rise in net profit in the third quarter compared with the same period last year.
Apple launched the thinner and lighter version of its tablet called “iPad Air” on 23 October and said an upgraded version of the iPad Mini will go on sale in November.
A new protocol was signed between MCIT and MALR to help introduce ICT to the agriculture sector
In coordination with BNP Paribas, Mobinil starts MobiCash service
Market share for smartphone is around 70%.
Over 800 Egyptian employees work in the Beni Suef Samsung facility.
Samsung aspires to expand its export capabilities from Egypt to reach the GCC areas then Europe.
Starting next year, Samsung will make more investments to increase the manufacturing lines such as the panel assembly line
Sector to grow by about 10% in 2013/2014
Forecasted investments slid from EGP 20bn to 24bn due to political turmoil in first-quarter
Ministry aims to broaden room for competition
Integrated phone license to be issued by year end
Ministry guarantees justice to all parties involved in license
Those benefitting from these advice sessions, called Helpouts, will pay the experts providing them either by the minute or by the session, depending on the latter’s preference, and using Google Wallet.
The Smartphone Company forecasts a decline in Q4 revenue
After 44 minutes, applause broke out in the tense control room as navigation ships in the South Pacific reported that the spacecraft had successfully entered orbit around Earth.
The leading social network has made a priority of following its more than one billion members onto smartphones and tablets
BBM Community grows to more than 80 million active users across BlackBerry, Android and iPhone devices globally
Historic Resources Inventory says the home where Apple was co-founded has ties to “significant contribution” to American heritage
Blackberry has $2.6bn in cash, though that figure is eroding as the smartphone-maker loses traction in the market.
The South Korean electronics giant Samsung widened its lead, shipping 81.2 million smartphones, boosting its market share by nearly half a percentage point to 31.4%.
Google, under anti-trust investigation since 2010, submitted new proposals in September which EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said earlier this month showed “significant improvements.”
The move appeared to break a vow made about eight years ago by then Google executive Marissa Mayer, who is now chief of Yahoo.
This is the first case of its kind in Taiwan that a company has concealed its genuine status while attacking a rival
The device, like dolphins, sends out two pulses in quick succession to allow for a targeted search for semiconductor devices, cancelling any background “noise”, the team wrote in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical and Physical Sciences.