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World’s 5 most valuable tech brands 

Telecommunications and information technology (IT) companies managed to take the top nine spots of the world’s 10 most valuable brands in 2018, according to Brand Finance, an independent business valuation consultancy. According to the Brand Finance report, Amazon topped the list of the highest value brands in the world after its valuation at $150.8bn, up …

Mohamed Alaa El-Din

Amazon adds billions to Indian investment

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.

Deutsche Welle

Google gets louder on voice-activated tech

Beyond delivering search results and the Android mobile operating system, tech giant Google is moving into virtual reality and voice-activation technology – going toe-to-toe with Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.

Deutsche Welle

Amazon launches rival to YouTube

Already taking on Netflix, Amazon has set its sights on another online video giant. The e-commerce company has just started its own user-generated video service, hoping to further shake up the entertainment industry.

Deutsche Welle

Amazon sets new holiday shipping record

US online giant Amazon has said it’s shipped a record number of items globally for the Christmas holidays. Sales were boosted especially due to the retailer’s Prime service offering faster delivery options.

Deutsche Welle

HP to invest over $1bn in open-source cloud computing

Reuters – Hewlett-Packard Co said it plans to invest more than $1bn over the next two years to develop and offer cloud-computing products and services. The company said it will make its OpenStack-based public cloud services available in 20 data centers over the next 18 months. OpenStack, a cloud computing project that HP co-founded, provides …

Daily News Egypt

Amazon, Apple, Twitter score low on clean energy: study

By Glenn Chapman / AFP SAN FRANCISCO: Amazon, Apple and Twitter were graded poorly Tuesday in a Greenpeace study of technology titans’ use of clean energy to power the mushrooming Internet cloud, but Facebook, Google and Yahoo! won praise. The environmental charity’s “How Clean is your Cloud?” report, billed as a rallying cry instead of …

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