While Warid Telecom is planning to launch 4G LTE (long-term evolution) to compete with the 3G/4G licence-holders, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority insists that the company under the law needs permission from the regulator for the introduction of new service.
Since Warid did not take part in the bidding for 3G and 4G spectra, PTA may . . . → Read More: PTA tells Warid to seek approval for new services
Pakistan Telecommunications Company Limited (PTCL) has joined hands with DailyMotion to offer improved user experience to PTCL customers in Pakistan.
The joint venture will allow wide-range of entertainment content from Dailymotion and multi-screen viewing options for PTCL customers.
Dailymotion – one of the largest video and user generated content . . . → Read More: PTCL and Daily Motion to work together
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 have . . . → Read More: Hacker-turned-FBI informant conducted cyberattacks on Pakistani, Irani, Syrian websites
ISLAMABAD – The government on Wednesday raised more than $1.1 billion in its long-delayed auction of next-generation telecommunications licences, snapped up by the country’s four existing mobile network providers.
The government sold off four licences to provide 3G services, which allow broadband-speed internet on mobile phones, and one for superfast 4G . . . → Read More: Over USD 1.1 Billion raised in Pakistan 3G, 4 G auction
The most important rule in Islam is “judgment on anything is a branch of conceptualising it”. To determine whether a belief can be accepted by a Muslim or not, this is the first and most often repeated principle. However, when it comes to matters scientific, this indispensable rule for correct judgment is . . . → Read More: A much needed shift towards science
By Jay Yarow
Everyone is freaking out about this chart from mobile analytics company Flurry on Twitter today. It shows people spend 86% of their time on iOS and Android devices in apps. The mobile browser only accounts for 14% of our time now. A year ago, 80% of time was spent in apps, and 20% was in the mobile . . . → Read More: Mobile Web Surfing Has Died: People spend more time on smartphone apps than on web surfing
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?
Company founder Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s ambitious plan to bring Internet access to the parts of the world without it through drones. Its Connectivity Lab could become a major competitor with Google’s Project Loon
Facebook is friending drones.
The social network’s founder Mark Zuckerberg revealed Thursday that the company’s ambitious plan to bring Internet access to . . . → Read More: Facebook befriending drones