Social media sites were the most popular form of web activity in Bahrain last year, and was followed by VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services such as Skype and FaceTime, according to a Telecommunications Regulatory Authority survey, rep
Sophos, a leading security solutions provider, has launched the Sophos Cloud Web Gateway, a cloud-based secure web gateway that delivers advanced protection for users, devices and data across multiple operating systems, regardless of their locat
Music streaming service Spotify is laying plans to enter the Web video business and has been in discussions with several digital media players about potential partnerships, the Wall Street Journal said, citing people familiar with the matter.
Flynas, a Saudi-based low-cost airline, recorded a signinficant increase in passenger traffic growth in 2014, carrying over 6,500,000 passengers compared to 3,300,000 passengers carried in 2013.
The airline attributed the increase in pa
Bitcoin may not be the messiah of a new currency its hardcore fans yearn for, but it may herald the deeper financial revolution the internet has been waiting for.
While computers and smartphones have brought the web to more than a
Bahrain-based Gulf Awwwards launched the Middle East region's first online web portal, aimed at recognising and awarding creative talent, on the sidelines of the recent Gitex expo in Dubai.
Gulf Awwwards had early this year se
There must be a system to give special protection to whistleblowers even if they have violated laws, said a computer expert in his opening address via live satellite link to delegates at a key media summit in Abu Dhabi.
Sir Tim Be
Internet activist and computer prodigy Aaron Swartz, who helped create an early version of the Web feed system RSS and was facing federal criminal charges in a controversial fraud case, has committed suicide at age 26, authorit
An unprecedented land grab for new Web addresses began in earnest on Wednesday with fierce competition for new internet real estate including .app, .blog and .web from applicants hoping to break the near-monopoly of the .com top-level domain.
Google is preparing to roll out a service to let consumers store photos and other content online, a source familiar with the matter said, pushing into a market now dominated by the likes of Dropbox and Box.
The service, to be called Google