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A new website launched on Saturday seeks to reopen closed facilities and attract skilled labour
Google is repeating a familiar story by avoiding tax payments, to achieve maximum short-term revenues, while ordinary people are left to pay the bill for basic services which directly benefit the company.
Facebook and Google’s lack of headquarters in Egypt gives companies profits without taxes
Google activities in Egypt will not be affected by online advertising laws, says Qureshi
Google’s initiative with Ministry of Communication and Information Technology will cover two years, aims at empowering young talents
Initiative aims to support innovation and entrepreneurship for mobile phone applications
Belly dancer Safinaz comes in 1st place for the most popular people searches, with Al-Sisi in 3rd place, “Halawet Rouh” the most popular in film
TREE student programme training undergraduates to produce mobile applications
Google has launched a 360-degree street view imagery of the Pyramids and five other historical landmarks in Egypt
Egyptian newspaper negotiates with Promo Media to develop criteria for ranking news websites
YouTube has partnered with “hundreds of major and independent” music labels for the new service
Much of the hiring is in sensor technology, an area Chief Executive Tim Cook singled out last year as primed “to explode”.
The array of Chromebooks coming to market included the first one from Lenovo aimed directly at the consumer market. China-based Lenovo is the world’s leading personal computer company.
Google took a step in that direction this week with the acquisition of Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones that can help boost Internet access to remote areas.
A smooth launch is crucial for Samsung, which reported its second straight quarter of profit decline earlier this month as margins in the key smartphone business come under growing pressure from cheaper Chinese rivals.
Apple’s legal team vowed to prove that Samsung flagrantly copied iPhone features and should pay more than $2bn in damages, as the two smartphone giants squared off anew in a California courtroom.
The move allows developers to create apps for smartwatches, the first phase of the Android Wear platform.
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.
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.
Google’s website on Monday showed off a new selection of four different frames, in styles including “Bold” and “Curve”, available for $225 each, and a couple of different sunglass shades for $150 each.
Samsung said in a statement Monday that its agreement with US Internet search giant Google will cover the firms’ existing patents as well as those filed over the next 10 years.
Samsung took 29.6% of the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter, ahead of Apple’s 17.6%, as strong low-end market growth led by Chinese vendors continued to shake up the smartphone industry, the data showed.
AFP – The US government and leading Internet companies agreed Monday to a compromise allowing companies to make public how often they are ordered to turn over information about their customers in national security investigations. The Justice Department announced the deal with Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., Yahoo Inc., Facebook Inc. and LinkedIn Corp. Other companies …
Domination of social networking sites illustrated in Y2D report
Facebook profiles or posts set to “private” by users will not be searchable.
The one-to-many messaging service made the most hotly-anticipated stock market debut of the year in early November.
Notions put forth included Glass wearers someday paying for cab rides by winking at metres or buying something in a shop with a blink.
Muslim Brotherhood members Khairat El-Shater and Safwat Hegazy ranked fourth and fifth, respectively, while interim president Adly Mansour ranked sixth.
Only 7% of the SMEs in Egypt have online presence and 61% have not even considered having a website.