Mohammed-al Asmar
    Mohammed  al Asmar

    Next Technology

    Mohammed al Asmar is a technologist and web solutions developer. He has been working for more than ten years in different roles in ICT.

All good things
    September 27, 2011

After writing a weekly column on these pages for over a year, I unfortunately have to announce to my dear readers that this will be my last article. I will have to stop writing this column in order to focus on an important project I am working on.

Social fitness networking
    September 20, 2011

Staying in shape is difficult, and becomes even tougher if not accompanied by tools such as proper measurement devices or a daily log. Several online services have been around since the advent of the Internet, and offer several options for users. But on the other hand, they may even confuse them.

Galaxy Note: a new experience
    September 13, 2011

Samsung offered a preview of many exciting new devices during the IFA trade fair held in Berlin last week. The exhibition gave an overview of the latest gadgets and technologies to be released soon.

Messaging Apps
    September 6, 2011

Text messaging (Short Message Service or SMS) is one of the most commonly used mediums of communication, especially among teenagers. Although it has been a long time since people started using this service, they had to live with limitations such as a fixed number of allowed characters, inability to send photos, and not being able to form chat groups with more than one recipient.

Tech battle goes on
    August 23, 2011

Usually in summer, everything calms down in the technology world, but the chain of events that occurred last week promise to change the future of technology, and may affect the consumer market in particular.

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