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Will the conflict between mobile operators and the communications ministry waste a new investment opportunity?
The campaign explains the functions and details of different smartphone features and specifications
Egypt’s government will launch an international tender in case locally operating companies decline
Mark and Priscilla Zuckerberg are committing $3 billion (2.67 billion euros) to set up a Biohub research center aimed at eradicating all disease by the end of the century. The center will focus on basic research.
Noor Data Network renewed its A Class internet licence for five more years to end in 2020. According to CEO of Noor Data Network, Basel Dalloul, the renewal of the internet licence will reflect positively on the company’s operations through increased investments and customer numbers. Noor acquires the largest share of ADSL given to companies …
We will launch a bid on vacant licences for global and regional communications, says official
Call centres acquire 35% of exports
The Global Innovation Index (GII) ranked Egypt 107 out of 128 countries in terms of progress in innovation. According to the 2016 report, Egypt received 26 points in creativity and innovation globally, leading up to a number of African countries, such as Tanzania, Senegal, Namibia, Botswana, and Mozambique. Switzerland topped the ranking by obtaining 66.3 …
The agreement includes not changing prices after the tax is increased to 14% next year
Traders demand a 5% increase in top-up card prices, mobile phones by 10%
Prices of Huawei and Tecno products are up by 11% and 4.5% respectively
The mobile market is going through a radical change, said Al-Batran
NTRA conducted 5,677 tests for internet connections via the three main mobile networks
Weak marketing, indirect communications with the European tourism decision-makers are the main causes behind the industry’s flailing recovery, experts say
The Ministry of Communications is dependent on technological and creativity zones and electronic manufacturing to attract foreign investments
One of the internet’s most popular ad-blocking services is launching an ad platform. It may sound odd, but it’s actually a logical next step in AdBlock Plus’ quest to give advertisers a chance to offer “acceptable ads.”
Samsung has urged South Korean users of its flagship smartphone to accept a software update limiting recharging of the Galaxy Note 7 batteries – a measure designed to lower the risk of the gadget exploding.
After the South Korean tech giant urged customers over the weekend not to use its flagship yet fire-prone smartphone, investors massively sold Samsung shares, wiping off billions of dollars in value.
Analysts say Apple’s iPhone 7, unveiled Wednesday, represents another evolution, not a revolution, of its flagship gadget. So what’s the plan for the company’s more than $200 billion in spare cash?
Local MNOs are finally reaching an agreement on 4G network licences; new internet speeds available in six months
Selling a consumer a laptop with pre-installed software is not an unfair business practice, a European high court has ruled. The decision marked a huge win for Sony and other computer manufacturers.
Internet users in the Arab world expected to rise to 226 million by 2018
5.5% decline in number of landline subscribers
Anaysts say Apple’s iPhone 7, set for unveiling Wednesday in California, will represent another evolution, not a revolution, of its flagship gadget. So what’s the plan for its $200 billion (178 billion euros) in cash?
An official in Telecom Egypt said that he was worried his company would repeat the mistakes it had made while installing the multi-service access node (MSAN) during the past two years, as it did not lead to improvement in any landline or internet network. Many customers had been outraged because their phone numbers were changed …
40% more credit cards, 36% more debit cards in use since 2010, according to CBE
Internet users increase by 500,000 customers in June
Samsung asks agents to recall new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone under government supervision
During his visit to Nigeria and Kenya, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hinted at the possibility of adding software for more African languages, to ease Africans’ access to the online social network’s applications.
The world’s biggest mobile phonemaker has announced it will stop selling its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and prepare replacement devices after a number of its premium gadgets caught fire due to battery problems.