Latest in Tag: internet Highlight
Latest in Tag: internet
Average internet speed in Egypt was 38.36 MB in May
Egypt’s digital exports reach $4.1bn
Services will include fixed landline telephone services, the highest-speed internet in Egypt, IPTV, and other advanced telecommunications services.
Egypt now ranks 73rd out of 120 countries on international index
The launch occurred under the auspices of the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) in cooperation with UNICEF, and with funding from the European Union (EU).
Egypt’s digital transformation programme and the government’s swift response to the pandemic were among the topical issues explored by Talaat in an in-depth video interview (vidcast) with Oxford Business Group (OBG).
TE achieved revenues of EGP 15bn during the first half (H1) of this year, reflecting a growth of 18% over the same period last year. The growth was supported by a 37% increase in data services revenues compared to the same period last year.
Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia and South Africa are only countries where share of internet shoppers tops 8%, the trend is below 5% in most other African countries
Accessing rate of electronic learning sites affiliated with the ministries of education and higher education has increased to 19% in Ramadan, bringing the rise rate to 395% since the beginning of curfew, the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) said on Monday.
According to a Ministry of Communications and Information Technology report, the number of Internet users increased to 53.15 million users at the end of January. This compared to 49.9 million subscribers reported in December 2019, an increase of 3.25 million new users.
Egypt’s ranking also moved up 69 spots to 97th place compared to 166th globally in December 2018, and its ranking advanced 34 ranks to 6th in Africa, up from the 40th in December 2018.
The number of Internet users through USB Modem devices increased to 3.58 million customers in October, while ADSL users increased slightly to 7.17 million in October
Pompeo urged Iranians on Thursday to send photos and other information documenting repression amid ongoing protests
Three members of the Iranian security forces have been killed by protestors in Tehran province late Monday
Upset you can’t access the website you want to watch your favorite shows or catch the latest news? No problem – here’s what you can do to unblock them.
You don’t have to be savvy to be safe online. Just sensible. On Password Day, here are 5 things you should avoid doing, ranked by their increasing stupidity. Check number two for password advice!Be sensible online, avoid a few stupid pitfalls, and a safer internet will be within everyone's grasp. 5) The abandoned-phone toilet-dash Ever …
Google provides tips for enhanced safety during online surfing
App includes over 40m songs, 3bn lists, 20,000 songs added daily, 87 million users pay subscriptions
Parliament imposed an EGP 50 fee for buying a new mobile line, a monthly EGP 10 on mobile bills
The number of mobile subscribers decreased during May by 1.45% month-over-month. According to a report from the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, the number of mobile users fell from 107 million in April to 105.6 million in May. The report noted that the internet market saw 800,000 more clients join in May, rising from …
About 43.7% of Egyptians using PCs could move or copy files on their devices
Orange Egypt managed to make net profits in internet activity for the first time in several years.
The German government has approved the creation of a billion euro digital infrastructure fund to help boost internet connectivity throughout the country. Better late than never, critics say.The German Cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill to create a special ‘Digital Infrastructure’ fund with an initial €2.4 billion ($2.8 billion), financed by the auction of new …
The Egyptian state has been long pointing on several occasions that social media platforms are the main reason of spread of rumours and negative energy among citizens in the country, suggesting the creation of legislation to criminalise or fine any users who posts or publishes something that could be seen as a threat to the …
In our daily lives, a minute does not seem like much time, but when it comes to the internet, even seconds may be valuable, because the internet sees the way our human minds think as rather linear, and not used to working. The information map today from Lori Lewis and Chadd Callahan from Cumulus Media …
The number of mobile subscribers in Egypt has declined by 1.1% in March, compared to February, according to a report issued by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, as the number of mobile subscribers declined from 100.2 million in February 2018 to 99.1 million subscribers in March. On the other hand, the report showed …
The total number of internet users in Egypt declined in January by 3.6 million, reaching 37.8 million users compared to 41.4 million in December 2017. According to a report issued by the Ministry of Communications, the number of mobile internet users decreased from 32.8 million in December 2017 to 29.3 million in January 2018. The …
Government continues to seek means to control online content, enforce penalties
The number of mobile service subscribers increased in December by 0.6%, bringing the total number of mobile service users to about 101.3m versus 100.7m in November 2017. Meanwhile, the number of internet users in Egypt climbed in December by 6.4m, reaching 41.3m, up from 34.9m in November. The jump in the number of mobile internet …
Russia’s central bank has admitted that hackers targeted a computer at one of its lenders and transferred a large sum of cash. They used the SWIFT payment system, which helps to move trillions of dollars each day.Unknown hackers stole 339.5 million roubles ($6 million, €4.8 million) from a Russian bank using the global payment network …