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Foreign interference? Mysterious Shura election hashtag ‘trends’ on Twitter

#The_People_Boycott_Shura_Elections was trending in Qatar on Twitter, but suspiciously, the trend only included one tweet.  A mysterious "trending" hashtag has appeared ahead of Qatar's historic Shura Council elections in October, which experts say may have...

Blinkist review: Is the future of reading books.. not reading books?

With the growing popularity of ebooks, apps like Blinkist have made reading much easier, but could it come at a cost? Over the past few years, ebooks have become increasingly more popular. Kindle devices and...

Got a cattitude? This app can tell what mood your feline friend is in

The app, developed by a Canada-based animal health tech company, uses phone cameras to tell how your cat is feeling. Ever wondered how your furry friend was feeling? Felt frustrated at not being able to...

Qatar to get hands on ‘breakthrough’ AI breast cancer detection solution

The artificial intelligence solution will improve the experience of the patient and the breast cancer detection process. A new deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) solution will be making its way to Qatar where radiologists will...

Rights experts slam ‘laughable’ NSO claims against Qatar, BDS amid Pegasus scandal

Journalists, activists and several public figures were among those targeted in a campaign using Israel’s Pegasus spyware. Co-founder and CEO of Israel's surveillance company NSO Group Shalev Hulio has claimed that Qatar or the global...

How Arab regimes used Israeli spyware to spy on activists, journalists

More than 50,000 people in 40 countries are potentially at risk due to Israel's Pegasus spyware tool. A report published by Amnesty International found that NSO Group is licensing its Pegasus spyware to governments across...
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