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Micro-blogging site updated rules for sending and receiving Direct Message four months ago
Police lists renowned campaign for detainees amongst “criminal pages”
“Rallying photographers to document the beauty their eyes capture and their lenses portray giving world first-hand experience of Egypt,” says founder
For the second year in a row, Egypt’s Creative Industry Summit successfully brought together the country’s most promising creative minds under one roof, the Greater Cairo Library, in an attempt to take local talents to the next level.
Fourteen journalists and other media workers, including Abdullah Al-Fakharany, were given life sentences in case’s verdict
According to Abdelgliel, the agency is set to start its first space voyage with more than 25 participants.
The series of ads under the theme of “man up” urges the male audience to look at women regardless their clothes
Almost 40% of top 50 companies do not have Facebook presence, report says
Pages allegedly claimed responsibility for Sunday attack on police personnel in Giza
‘Popular Resistance’ posted footage of alleged members burning van
DMF wanted to hold forum in Egypt since 2012 but was waiting for stability, says Randa Nassar
Tourism Activation Authority will introduce new departments to market to various types of tourists and attract new consumers
Ministry focusing on promoting cultural tourism
Egyptians pose with signs opposing a 150-year-old law that requires all Egyptian men to spend two years in the military
Human rights watchdog says mass surveillance of social media would “deal a devastating blow to the rights to privacy and freedom of expression in Egypt”
Egypt’s media have been in campaign mode leading up to Monday and Tuesday’s vote. Official, quasi-official and the social media are dedicating their undivided attention to the presidential elections with reports, interviews and analyses that tackle the two candidates’ platforms, credentials and implausible promises. Yet, an Egyptian Nobel laureate and former presidential hopeful, who, respect …
New report states 98.8% of Egyptians have a working television in their house
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.
Most importantly, this year’s stars, such as Facebook and Netflix, actually make money.
Eight security officers took Dalia El Roubi from her family home on Monday, her husband Abdelrahman Elmahdi
The website not only features a variety of products made by new, local designers, it is also a smartly designed networking tool
Ministry of Interior official Twitter account out of the ministry’s control
Spending time online browsing social media is making life flat, says Tarek Lasheen
The report monitored the rates of users logged onto Twitter both during and after the month of Ramadan, finding that in Egypt the former was recorded as being 231% higher than the latter.
Stickers are emotions that can be used in private messages, and they are available on the web as well as iOS and Android devices.
Kroes met on Monday with Communications Minister Atef Helmy during a visit to Cairo.
Continuous connectability is the norm, caution is flung to the wind, reticence is retro and you are what you say you are.
Zuckerberg: ‘You’re going to be able to turn your Android phone into a great social phone’
The 30 second video clip features Mohamed Morsi as the classic game hero Super Mario