Easypaisa, has become the first mobile money service to become inter-operable with the existing banking infrastructure.
First Lumia smartphones with Windows Phone 8.1 launched across Middle East, Near East and North Africa
Maria Umar, the lady who broke the glass ceiling and is working to strengthen women's empowerment in IT.
When asked about how they got started, most entrepreneurs said they were simply ‘crazy’ and wanted to change the world.
The hyped ‘Mozart Effect’ is not responsible for permanent increase in spatial reasoning; only has a temporary effect
“Hurts public sentiment” seems to be the foremost reason to block content online.
PTA awards Pakistan’s 1st 4G license to ZonG after a successful auction process.
What can we as individuals, families and private companies do to make our cities more sustainable?
How secure is your cell phone?
Project Ara aims to create fully customisable and modular smartphones
Civilians in the tribal areas of Pakistan are at the mercy of the software used to operate drones.
The inner workings of how Wikipedia deals with vandals
Aman Foundation’s TeleHealth service: an impressive initiative with its heart in the right place.
Vague laws and regulations regarding online censorship stifle freedom of expression and leave journalists vulnerable
How Internet censorship affects citizens
Litecoin, Namecoin, Auroracoin, Dogecoin, Spaincoin, over 60 different digital coins are currently being traded.
This endeavour is set to make a substantial contribution towards eliminating unregistered SIMs.
In typical Splinter Cell fashion, Blacklist tells an absorbing yarn full of international intrigue.
The decrease in SMS bundle rates and availability of automated SMS software have led to an increase in SMS fraud.
Some initiatives to make the internet cheaper, faster and more accessible