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Google Glass was a common sight early this month as software savants shared visions of games, weather reports, news and more delivered to the Internet-linked eyewear at a San Francisco developers conference.
Word that Yahoo! has bought Northern California-based PlayerScale came three days after it announced a $1.1bn deal to buy hip blogging service Tumblr
Google-owned Motorola Mobility had argued that Xbox 360 consoles infringed on patent technology for wirelessly transmitting data.
The multinational corporation plans forum to encourage marketing agencies to join “Engage for Agencies” programme
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt said recently that it will take “a while” before consumer versions of Glass are available.
The launch of Google Play All Access came at the kickoff of a packed developers conference, which features a range of improvements to the Internet giant’s products
Internet in Syria has regularly been cut, most recently on May 7, with it being restored some 24 hours later.
The move puts Google into direct competition with services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon
Both ministries sign protocol pact to promote Egyptian tourism destinations online
Internet giant now uses ‘Palestine’ instead of ‘Palestinian Territories’ on product pages such as flagship search engine and Google Maps
New Google Inactive Account Manager allows users to create an ‘online will’ telling the company what to do with their data in case of their death
According to study total sales of office, laptop and tablet computers sold worldwide will reach 2.4 billion by end of 2013
Mazzika used the Google+ Hangouts application to market its new radio station, Nagham
Users in Egypt will be able to generate revenue from the views their uploaded videos receive
Administrative Court gives YouTube ban a ‘stay of execution’ for one month
Despite request by Egyptian authorities to block videos on YouTube, Innocence of Muslims still accessible
Tourism ministry to undertake joint advertising campaigns with foreign countries and will launch a new campaign on Google
Google is now accepting submissions through a website set up for the competition
In 2012 the number of Egyptians online reached 31 million, or 38 per cent of the population. 45 per cent of those were connected through portable devices.
Administrative Court upholds Fara’een ban
First step towards creating a national internet network, separated from the worldwide internet
Saudi Arabia and Russia have threatened to block YouTube if Google does not deny access to an anti-Islam film produced in the United States
Anti-Islam film continues to provoke more reactions from Muslim countries
Featuring Naguib Mahfouz, Om Kalthoum, Mahmoud Mokhtar and others, Egyptian doodles continue to interact with Egyptians
Apple’s $1 billion victory could reshape the electronics sector, say analysts
By Alan Clendenning / AP BARCELONA: Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt predicted Tuesday that rapid advances in technology will soon transform science fiction into reality — meaning people will have driverless cars, small robots at their command and the ability to experience being in another place without leaving home. Schmidt said the introduction of books …