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Microsoft has terminated employees and ended some of its partnerships in the Middle East and Africa as part of its investigations, following allegations of kickbacks and bribery in its operations in those regions.

Published in Technology Regulation

Researchers have published details of what they claim is a Chinese-speaking nation-state actor which has been targeting a number of south-east Asian countries for more than a year, using vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange as an entry point. The campaign has been given the name GhostEmperor.

Published in Security

The latest battleground for the US and China is Egypt, where an American official has warned authorities that they should avoid using Chinese technology for their 5G networks.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Google has thrown a spanner into the works of developers who have been using domain-fronting in the Google App Engine to avoid Internet censorship by using Google's network.

Published in Technology Regulation

A newly discovered meteorite that impacted in southwestern Egypt a few thousand years ago, and produced what is being called the Kamil Crater, could mean that we are all at greater risk of getting hit by one.


Published in Space

Customer care services in certain European languages plus Arabic will be delivered for Yahoo! by IBM from a new centre in Cairo.

Published in Deals
Friday, 09 October 2009 08:10

FBI Phries Phishers

The culmination of the FBI’s Operation Phish Phry, commenced in 2007, has seen one hundred people in USA and Egypt charged with various financial crimes in the past 48 hours.

Published in Security
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Wednesday, 08 July 2009 07:05

Ancient Bible available online

An ancient Bible containing the earliest complete copy of the New Testament has been reassembled online.

Published in Home Tech
A new report puts Australia well ahead of the US and several European nations in terms of broadband access. Far from painting a picture of Australia being a broadband challenged nation, the report puts Australia's broadband penetration ahead of the UK, Sweden, Germany and France, among other affluent nations.

The Purdue Terrestrial Observatory will be used as a model for the Kamal Ewida Earth Observatory in Egypt, which will provide real-time, early-warning meteorological and environmental data on natural and human-made disasters such as epidemics, famines, flooding, earthquakes, and terrorism.

Published in Climate
Thursday, 02 October 2008 02:46

Adobe brings philanthropy in house

Bucking the outsourcing trend, software developer Adobe has set up its own philanthropic organisation - the Adobe Foundation - after years of corporate giving through the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 01 October 2008 18:07

Egypt continues cruel circumcision practice on girls

Even though the government of Egypt banned female genital mutilation (FGM) six years ago, it still happens frequently, according to a new study undertaken by American and Egyptian researchers.

Published in Health




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