Warid Telecom, Pakistan’s most trusted and innovative mobile service provider, proudly announces the official launch of LTE services in Pakistan. Starting from December 26th, Warid customers will be able to enjoy 7 days of free customer trials of LTE services in Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Faisalabad and Gujranwala.
Warid has always taken great pride on . . . → Read More: Warid first to launch LTE services
(By Caitlin Dewey) Facebook’s explosive study on user feelings and the newsfeed reads like something straight out of a bad sci-fi movie. There’s “emotional contagion.” Dire ethical qualms. The cold, thoughtless manipulation of hundreds of thousands of vulnerable humans by the oppressive Facebook machine.
It’s terrifying, right? Overwhelming? Confusing, even? But fortunately, rather than let . . . → Read More: The creepy Facebook experiment
For 23 years, Mother’s Day was a holiday full of questions for Colette Brasseur. This Sunday will be different.
That’s because this year marks the first Mother’s Day since Brasseur reconnected with the daughter she gave up for adoption in 1991.
. . . → Read More: Facebook unites mother and daughter separated 23 years ago
WASHINGTON: A hacker who became an informant for the FBI directed hundreds of cyber attacks against the websites of foreign governments, including Brazil, Iran, Pakistan, Syria and Turkey, the New York Times reported Thursday.
It was unclear whether the FBI explicitly ordered the digital attacks, but court documents and interviews suggest “that the government may . . . → Read More: Hacker-turned-FBI informant conducted cyberattacks on Pakistani, Irani, Syrian websites
In case you missed it, Twitter (TWTR) is having big problems as a public company.
They don’t have a problem with their core product. Its users seem to adore it. And it’s not a problem with making ad money from it. All indications are that that’s going swimmingly.
. . . → Read More: Will Facebook owned Instagram surpass Twitter?
Google Inc on Thursday unveiled the newest version of its Android smartphone software, aiming to allow more smartphone users access to its evolving menu of online services such as driving directions voice-activated search.
The new “KitKat” version of Android will be able to run on inexpensive, low-end smartphones as well as the most advanced devices, . . . → Read More: Google’s KitKat is out
ISLAMABAD – Thailand has expressed its intention to sign a Free Trade Agreement with Pakistan to further promote trade and economic relations between the two countries.
The intention was conveyed by Thailand’s Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul during talks with Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in Islamabad on Thursday.
. . . → Read More: Pakistan-Thailand to sign FTA
In the backdrop of protests against the anti-Islam movie, the government has announced a public holiday on Friday to observe Ishq-e- Rasool(PBUH) day, Geo News reported.
. . . → Read More: Public Holiday official on Friday
Not realizing that the protesters “protesting” on the streets of Pakistan don’t have access to high speed internet nor the knowledge and expertise to search and view the undesirable content on websites like YouTube, PTCL and PEMRA have started blocking the websites indiscriminately and irresponsibly without regard how it might be affecting the real . . . → Read More: PTCL / PEMRA BLOCK INTERNET IN PAKISTAN