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Construction of Knowledge City in the New Administrative Capital finalised end of 2016
Vodafone Egypt reshuffled its leadership and appointed Stefano Gastaut as the company’s CEO, replacing Ahmed Essam. Gastaut will assume duties starting September. Gastaut joined Vodafone in 2004. His first steps with the international mobile carrier began in Vodafone Italy, where he was promoted several times before becoming the CEO of Vodafone Partner Markets, which includes …
A nonprofit group in the US says it has created a technology that can detect images generated by terrorists and remove them from social media platforms. DW spoke to Mark Wallace, CEO of the Counter Extremism Project.
Nestlé will be selling a wide range of products, in addition to exclusive products only available on Souq.com
The field of technology is often stereotyped as a specialisation dominated by men, but women, too, are leaving their mark on this industry. Daily News Egypt has complied some of the top success stories of women working in technology
The service also includes connecting CIB cards with mobile phones, allowing customers to receive their domestic and international dues, such as transfers and salaries, as well as make deposits and withdrawals using ATM machines after obtaining regulatory approvals.
Etisalat ranked first in voice service quality, Orange ranked last, says NTRA
The cabinet of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the holding of an auction of mobile phone radio waves. It is expected to be the biggest-ever held in the country, bringing in a record sum in revenue.
India has once again proven its desire to become a key player in the global space industry. The county’s state-run space agency pulled off a massive 20-satellite launch in a single attempt.
TECNO aims to increase its market share to 10% to 12% by the end of 2016 as it broadens its horizons in the Egyptian market
We aim to cover the area of Greater Cairo by the end of 2016, says Amr Ibrahim
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology says there are 4 million ADSL internet users in Egypt
50% of licence’s value will be collected in US dollars
The launch of international gateway licences to Vodafone and Orange will threaten TE’s revenues
A Chinese tribunal has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling its iPhone 6 in Beijing, claiming the design was too similar to a Chinese-made model. The American company is continuing the sale during the appeals process.
Trust in news is highest in Finland and lowest in Greece, a new report on digital news consumption by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism finds. And news via social media is all the rage.
Flat6Labs is a regional programme established in 2011 by Sawari Ventures and the American University in Cairo (AUC) School of Business Administration to turn technology ideas into real projects.
We have 80 investors as part of the Cairo Angels’ Network
The monthly average of e-commerce traffic in the region was as follows: 16% of users conduct e-commerce twice per month, 21% once per month, 14% once every two months, and 34% once within three to six months.
Issuing 4G frequency licences in US dollars would be an obstacle to the company due to its limited US dollar revenues, says CEO of Vodafone Egypt
Apple’s annual developers’ conference showcases improvements to Siri, Apple Music, and Apple Pay, among other things. Opening Siri to work with any app will present big new opportunities for software developers.
Software giant Microsoft is set to take over professional networking site LinkedIn for $26.2 billion (23.3 billion euros) in a deal expected to be completed this year, the two companies have announced.
80,000 new customers for ADSL, land lines lose 300,000 users
Ministry set 19 June to open sealed envelopes for financial and technical qualifications
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, giving software engineers the chance to rub shoulders with Apple’s technorati. But it looks like Siri will steal the show.
Are algorithms Facebook uses neutral – or do they have an ingrained bias? Hossein Derakhshan argues that it is possible to imagine algorithms that produce balanced news and help productive debates.
A French court has convicted and fined the US company and two of its executives for deceptive commercial practices and illegal business activity, while a court in Germany maintained a ban of the firm’s UberPop app
Egyptian-Chinese factory for manufacturing smartphones and tablets expected by 2017
Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos has pledged an additional $3 billion (2.6 billion euros) in investments in India, banking on exponential growth in the online shopping sector in the Asia’s third largest economy.
We expect to begin chemical separation of metals by 2017, Salem