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The Kingdom stated that in fact, the California-based application refused to comply with the regulator’s request, which led to the suspension of the application.
Amazon, who launched its own app store in March 2011, was sued in the same month by the Apple alleging trademark violation and false advertising.
Despite low quantities being sold of the latest editions, the global company’s revenues rose 9% to $3.1bn in the first fiscal quarter ending 1 June, up 15% from $2.7bn in the previous quarter.
Stickers are emotions that can be used in private messages, and they are available on the web as well as iOS and Android devices.
Speculations are growing that the international corporation may want to rely on Deneve’s expertise in the luxury goods sector to help launch the rumoured iWatch.
BMI report highlights growth and government strategies supportive of the market
BlackBerry added on its site that users will be better able to protect their integrated e-mails, calendars, memos, web browsing and document editing, as well as other features and applications.
During the game, which runs on the Android smartphone’s operating system, the player hears excerpts of Morsi’s speeches, which have stirred mockery among his critics, whenever a sheep shows up.
Small terminal services could provide reliable internet services in remote areas, reducing risks to companies
Xbox One consoles will only need to connect to the Internet once, to set up systems, and users will then be free to play games offline
Microsoft will pay as much as $11,000 for critical vulnerabilities exposed in the version of Internet Explorer browser software tailored for Windows 8.1.
Google-partnered project provides venue for trainings, meet-ups, and other start-up oriented programmes
The top four winners in the region will be granted the opportunity to participate in Intel’s Business Challenges global competition, for the chance to win a grand prize of $50,000.
Social networking site calls the year’s new features “just a first step”
Internet service provider managing director says government will not repeat 28 January’s nationwide cut-off of internet services
A global survey of business leaders shows that technology choices increase communication and profitability
“Similar to other services like Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, or Pinterest, hashtags on Facebook allow you to add context to a post”
Yahoo did not disclose how much it paid for GhostBird Software, the company behind KitCam and PhotoForge2 apps for Apple’s popular smartphones
Summer season strains Telecom Egypt’s central servers, potential drag on nationwide internet performance
Government opens new technological projects in hopes of pumping more investment into domestic market
This announcement came after rumours and speculations began to surface this week regarding the potential release of a new 16 megapixel smartphone
Ongoing blackouts fuel online demand for generators and torches
WhatsApp, Viper, Blackberry, and new forms of test fraud keeping pace with advancements in technology
In May, a group of US lawmakers asked Google to answer questions on the privacy implications and possible “misuse of information” of its Glass project
PayPal’s CEO of MENA region Elias Ghanem spoke to Daily News Egypt about PayPayl’s operations in Egypt
Move comes in support of support of small and medium enterprise
In March, it had told service providers to work with the developers of such applications to “quickly meet the regulatory conditions.”
HTC One smartphone customised to be “Google’s take on Android”
The Galaxy S4 Mini has a scaled down 4.3-inch display and weighs in at 107 grams