With Saudi Arabia one of the most active countries in the Middle East on social media, it is no surprise that Saudi users continue to adopt new platforms, a recent study found. Twitter and Facebook, however, remain at the top of the social media pile.
Reuters reports that state security requirements and a lack of co-operation from Saudi Arabia’s existing telecom operators have delayed the launch of two new mobile companies until later this year, citing their chief executives.
It's about 45 kilometers from Riyadh to King Khalid International Airport. For a couple kilometers during that trip you are now able to see the largest outdoor advertising structure ever. In fact, for about a quarter of a kilometer you will be passing right by it.
The Saudi Ministry of Labor and Social Development continues to move aggressively to implement its goal to Saudize the telecom sector - specifically workers in mobile telephone shops - by September 2, 2016.
Yesterday, Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee’s annual hearing on worldwide threats. Mr. Clapper prioritized the threat of cyber attacks above all other threats.
Soaring demand for broadband helped Saudi Telecom Co (STC) post a 60 percent increase in first-quarter profit on Wednesday, with the former monopoly reporting rising revenues in its mobile, fixed line, corporate and wholesale units.