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Rawiya Kameir
Rawiya Kameir

Rawiya Kameir is a writer and editor with experience across print and the web. After completing a B.A. in writing and an M.S. in journalism, she worked as a journalist, blogger and social media manager. She spends too much time on the internet.

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New UK legislation tabbed to wrench away your copyright protection

30 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
New UK legislation tabbed to wrench away your copyright protection
New copyright legislation expected to dramatically shift the UK’s position on intellectual property has received Royal Assent, paving the way for controversial new rules.

Newly revealed Samsung 7in Galaxy Tab 3 to rival iPad mini and Nexus 7

29 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
Newly revealed Samsung 7in Galaxy Tab 3 to rival iPad mini and Nexus 7
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Tab 3, a 7in tablet we first got a hint of when it appeared on the company’s Japanese website earlier this month.

Weekend Roundup: Samsung Galaxy S4 grabs headlines, Infosec 2013 puts spotlight on cyber security, Apple Q1 performance detailed

27 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
Weekend Roundup: Samsung Galaxy S4 grabs headlines, Infosec 2013 puts spotlight on cyber security, Apple Q1 performance detailed
We round up some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week, with mobile and security continuing to dominate.

Today's Tech: Samsung Galaxy S4 reviewed, Nick Clegg shuts down 'web snooping' bill, Microsoft confirms Xbox 720 launch date

25 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
Today's Tech: Samsung Galaxy S4 reviewed, Nick Clegg shuts down 'web snooping' bill, Microsoft confirms Xbox 720 launch date
We recap the top news and analysis on ITProPortal today, also with a look at the likelihood of Apple using WWDC to remind us it's a company that’s all about platforms, not products.

Nick Clegg pooh-poohs proposed Home Office 'web snooping' bill

25 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
Nick Clegg pooh-poohs proposed Home Office 'web snooping' bill
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has put the kibosh on the Home Office’s controversial plan to hang on to details of Britons’ web activity, saying the bill will not be passed under the Lib Dems.

3 million Windows tablets shipped during Q1

25 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
3 million Windows tablets shipped during Q1
Microsoft has kept mum on how many Surface tablets it’s sold since the RT’s launch last autumn, but a new report offers some insight into how its tablet OS is faring.