Tagged : YouTube

06 Apr

Access For All – Bridging Qatar’s Digital Divide

by Anirudh Sharma

Editor’s Note: This blog has been contributed by Patricia Quinn, Senior ICT Adoption Specialist from the ICT & Society Division of the Ministry of Information & Communications Technology. Are you living away from home? How do you keep in touch with loved ones back home? Is it through your smartphone, laptop or desktop computer? Not […]

25 Feb

MENA Digital Digest: 15 things you need to know from the last 3 months

by Damian Radcliffe

New Year. New start. Our latest quarterly round-up of regional and global tech developments is back with a whole new look and feel. You can see the full presentation below, or read on for some of the key stories. (And do let us know what you think of the new look, by emailing us socialimpact@ict.gov.qa […]

07 Apr

Top Q1 Digital Developments from MENA and around the world

by Damian Radcliffe

Readers of Digital Qatar may have spotted some of our semi-regular round-ups highlighting digital and tech developments in both the Middle East and globally. These “Digital Digests” take the form of slides which you can download, share, embed or use for your own purposes (just be sure to credit us!). The 2012 issues proved to be very popular, […]

25 Mar

How a faster Internet may change how you work, rest and play

by Damian Radcliffe

Two years ago Brian Wesolowski  wrote here on Digital Qatar about the creation of the Qatar National Broadband Network Company and its remit to deliver fiber-to-home for an estimated 95% of Qatari households and businesses by 2015.  Alongside the work being done by QNBN, Ooredoo is also rolling out fiber connections across the country. For […]

17 Mar

Let The Children Watch YouTube Videos, But Safely!

by Anirudh Sharma

If you have young children at home, have you ever asked them to check out YouTube videos while you finished some errands or entertained friends in the evening? And have you sincerely believed your 10-year-old is only watching appropriate videos? Think again! Recently I read findings of a study of 10,000 children and found that […]