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Changing viewing habits prompt 1k jobs at BBC – Online viewing threatens funding

LONDON: The BBC said yesterday it is cutting more than 1,000 jobs as part of a longterm savings program, made more urgent by a shift to online viewing that threatens…

Las Vegas moving towards Arcade-like video gambling – Largely aimed at attracting young people

Qualitynet introduces 4G and home internet bundle

KUWAIT: Qualitynet, Kuwait’s No 1 Internet ser vices, Data Communicat ions and ICT Services provider yesterday announced a new bundle offer that gives you ‘Internet Wherever You Go’. The bundle…

Your face on your espresso? Highlights from tech show

US fails to protect its data from hackers and thieves

WASHINGTON: The federal government has for years failed to take basic steps to protect its data from hackers and thieves, putting at risk everything from nuclear secrets to the private…

Ride-hailing apps get the kids around town

NEW YORK: A ride-hailing service that caters to youngsters is allowing them to book their own rides when mom and dad are too busy to drive. Shuddle is one of…

Facebook gaining ground on YouTube in video ads – Fastest growing category of Internet ads

FRANKFURT: Facebook is gaining ground on Google’s YouTube as an outlet for big companies to market their products via online videos, the fastest growing category of Internet ads, a report…

Benin smartphone app brings museums into homes

Kuwait Concierge chooses Tawasul Telecom to empower its business

KUWAIT: The luxurious service platform, Kuwait Concierge, one of Peacock Concierge Group of Companies announced yesterday that it has signed an agreement with Tawasul Telecom, the leading provider of MPLS…

The future of tablets in the MEA region

We’ve seen an explosion of tablets since the form factor was first launched a few years ago. In fact, this month marks the fifth anniversary of the iPad’s introduction to…

Google unveils new anti-nudity policy

‘Billions’ of records at risk from mobile app data flaw – Passwords, addresses, photos, medical data at risk

SINGAPORE: Security researchers have uncovered a flaw in the way thousands of popular mobile applications store data online, leaving users’ personal information, including passwords, addresses, door codes and location data,…