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Just two years ago, the Canadian firm had a 40% share of the Indonesian market, shipping more than 600,000 handsets per quarter in a country once known as “BlackBerry Nation”.
The e-commerce website stated that this come as part of its “commitment towards shaping the country’s e-commerce industry and its budding online entrepreneurs”
Cellcom was forecast to earn ILS 86m shekels on revenue of ILS 1.18bn, according to a Reuters poll.
Fibre-optics could leap-frog Africa into the future
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 …
Under the changes, spouses of people with H-1B visas who have applied for permanent residency ‘green cards’ can also apply for permission to work.
Much of the hiring is in sensor technology, an area Chief Executive Tim Cook singled out last year as primed “to explode”.
The array of Chromebooks coming to market included the first one from Lenovo aimed directly at the consumer market. China-based Lenovo is the world’s leading personal computer company.
When communications and IT are updated, GDP growth rate can reach 7% by 2020, says Helmy
Daily News Egypt interviews the General Manager of Visa in the North and Francophone Africa region Tarek Elhousseiny
Country is still lagging behind in development of ICT infrastructure, report notes
Adviser to US vice president says having free and clear access to internet, without fear of cutoff, should take priority
Google took a step in that direction this week with the acquisition of Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones that can help boost Internet access to remote areas.
A smooth launch is crucial for Samsung, which reported its second straight quarter of profit decline earlier this month as margins in the key smartphone business come under growing pressure from cheaper Chinese rivals.
Protocol will ensure quick response to traffic emergencies, improve transportation system, Helmy says
Four NGOs warn that decision will have “devastating consequences” on health and economy
Apple’s legal team vowed to prove that Samsung flagrantly copied iPhone features and should pay more than $2bn in damages, as the two smartphone giants squared off anew in a California courtroom.
It has been waiting to launch a new mobile operation that would complement an existing joint venture with Vodafone and compete with the sector’s two other players.
At the World Telecommunications Development Conference, Atef Helmy calls for international cooperation on issues of privacy, digital identity, and cybersecurity
Governments argue that by keeping data at home, they are improving the privacy and security of their citizens.
The move allows developers to create apps for smartwatches, the first phase of the Android Wear platform.
The iPad 4 is available at $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and $529 for the 16GB Wi-Fi + cellular model at the four major US carriers – AT&T Inc, Sprint Corp, T-Mobile US Inc and Verizon Communications Inc.
The Ministry of Communication and Information technology signed a protocol with the Ministry of Education to develop the technical and industrial education system
Robots never fail to pull in the crowds, and they set the scene at the official opening of the five-day showcase of what’s new and uber-hot in the IT and high-tech world.
The International Telecommunication Union says it plans to benefit from devices for the disabled
The conference brings together national experts from business sectors, the government and academics
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology will cooperate with the Estonian party in various technological fields.
The console will go on sale in Japan on 22 February, the last country currently scheduled to handle the device.
DNE Chairman Mostafa Sakr discusses Egypt’s telecom industry with HansVestberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ericsson Group
Computer devices will be supplied to student and teachers in schools nationwide