BE it the real life or in the cyberspace, Arab remained busy this last weekend.
MICROSOFT said it has purchased the office mobile app LiveLoop, which allows multiple users to collaborate on PowerPoint presentations simultaneously.
WHEN three buildings collapsed and ignited a blaze in New York recently, a smartphone app brought the live video feed to anyone online wanting to watch.
FACEBOOK changed how 1.4 billion people share their major life events with friends. Now it wants to change their one-on-one conversations, too.
Many Saudi and international Twitter users have shared their thoughts on the social media site through #Asifat Al-Hazm, ‘Decisive Storm’ in Arabic.
Two Saudi researchers have suggested in a study monitoring social media websites to follow up on suspicious behavior that can affect citizens directly or indirectly.
Social media has lit up with messages of support and congratulations for the Saudi government in the wake of the military action in Yemen.
NEW YORK: YouTube on Monday premiered videos from 14 musicians as it tried a new, virtual-only format for the second edition of its music awards.
SAN FRANCISCO: Instagram has released a stand-alone application that makes it easy to create collages of iPhone pictures.
If there is any company that has succeeded in single-handedly changing the world, then it must be Apple.
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