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The two US tech giants have announced an agreement to build a new underwater cable, codenamed “Marea” and intended to help meet growing demand for high speed, reliable connections for cloud and online services.
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.
US Senator John Thune has demanded to know if Facebook purposely buried conservative news stories. Facebook has denied the claims, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded with a promise to investigate.
Ezz El-Din Khaled is charged with inciting protests, publishing inappropriate videos
The band is famous for filming satirical videos about Egyptian politics
Egypt recently blocked a Facebook service, purportedly for not allowing it to spy on users, according to Reuters
Facebook has apologized after a bug sent notifications to users around the world following a deadly suicide bombing in Pakistan. Many took to social media to react to the confusing prompt from Facebook.
Chairman of the Central Administration Tax Research Salah Yousif said the decree will impose taxes on electronic traders, rather than personal Facebook accounts, comparing it to a similar UK decree that imposed taxes on Facebook
Approximately 68% of Instagram users interact with brands, according to Payfort report
Science is not as hard as we think and knowledge is gained more from life than from school theories, says doctor
Internet does not “facilitate interaction with government”, online advertising effective despite negative attitudes, says report survey
My case was a joke, they had no evidence, says former Facebook detainee
A free Facebook Internet service connecting more than three million Egyptians has been shut down by authorities in Egypt
Facebook pages allegedly call to incite violence in state, marches on 25 January 2016
Beginning next year, full-time Facebook employees around the globe will be entitled to four months paid parental leaves. The social network currently offers just four weeks leave to employees outside the United States. Facebook’s head of human resources, Lori Matloff Goler, said employees will be allowed to take the paid leave at any point up …
The religious institution launched international campaign to clarify tarnished image of Islam
A Facebook video gone viral has left Apple fielding accusations of racism after an Australian employee could be heard asking six black schoolboys to leave a store in Melbourne, citing concerns they would shoplift. The backlash began on Tuesday after one of the teens, Francis Ose, posted footage of the incident on his Facebook account …
The US president has joined the world’s largest social media platform with a call to action on climate change. The move follows a UN statement that emissions have hit an 800,000-year high. US President Barack Obama announced Monday his entry to social media platform Facebook with a personal page. “Hello, Facebook! I finally got my …
The world’s largest social media network says its net profit in the last quarter jumped 11 percent. A surge in advertising revenue has seen Facebook become the second-largest digital ad platform after Google. Facebook says a spike in mobile users and advertising is behind its strong growth in earnings for the third quarter, with net …
The DMF is an annual event on a regional scale, bringing together information technology and digital media experts, and decision makers to discuss the challenges and opportunities in this industry.
The bank was also ranked the first on the list of popular official pages on Facebook, where the number of fans of the Banque Misr official page exceeded one million.
The scope for criminalising activity on cyberspace has expanded, says AFTE lawyer
The invalidation of an agreement that allows personal data to flow between Europe and the US has prodded officials to search for a new solution. Facebook and NSA mass surveillance are at the center of the debate. “It has been an earthquake, 7.8 on the Richter scale,” US Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill said of …
Bangladeshi blogger Imran H Sarker says he has received a death threat from the “Islamic State” via Facebook. In an interview with DW, the blogger explained why he is taking the threat seriously. Dhaka-based blogger Imran H Sarker is one of the most widely read and popular bloggers in the country with nearly a million …
The service is operating normally and the NTRA did not notify us about cutting the service, says Hegazy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has received assurances from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg that the company will combat racist comments on the Internet. They met on the sidelines of a UN development summit. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday promised German Chancellor Angela Merkel that his company would work on measures to combat racist and hateful …
US President Barack Obama has invited a 14-year-old Muslim boy from Texas to the White House after he was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. Police said it could have been mistaken for an explosive. The US president praised Ahmed Mohamed on Twitter late on Wednesday, after Ahmed’s story spread across the internet. …
The plaintiff filed the lawsuit under the pretext that the social network threatens Egyptian security, and is used to spread rumours that harm national interest
Taxi drivers respond online that their situation is misunderstood
Social media page posted calls for demonstrations and anti-government content, says Ministry of Interior