Apple has revealed a component failure in a limited number of MacBook Pros has caused built-in battery to expand, and has said it will offer worldwide free replacement for such batteries.
Facebook is set to move more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European privacy law, which would allow regulators to fine companies for data breaches.
The United Nations’ aviation agency is said to be developing a global registry, which could help track the number of incidents involving drones and jets.
The event brought together over 30 partners from across the region, enabling Ivanti to showcase their solutions in unifying IT and security operations.
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing has launched Tourism 2.0 – a blockchain-enabled marketplace that connects potential buyers directly to hotels and tour operators.
TIA’s Smart Buildings Program seeks to redefine intelligent buildings to ensure proper interoperation and future proofing of communications, IoT platforms and building management systems.
Speaking exclusively to Tahawul Tech on the sidelines of the event, BICSI president Jeff Beavers – who is based in the United States, praised the UAE’s “progressive and collaborative” attitude towards creating smart communities within the wider smart city vision.
Bodyo is a health-tech company that uses an AI-powered full body scanner to empower UAE residents with the necessary insights to become fitter and healthier.
The event gathered together partners from across the region, enabling Ivanti to showcase their solutions in unifying IT and security operations
The new solution offers businesses a collection of antifraud features, designed to keep online merchants secure and their customers safe.
In a bid to stay apace with the burgeoning competition for customers here in the UAE – one of the world’s most desirable tourist destinations, corporate vice president of IT Samir Abi Frem, sought to make a number of changes to the company’s operations.
Noon’s vision extends beyond that of being a pure play retailer. “We want to be a high performing consumer Internet provider,” said Khalid. “But we’re very aware that we can’t do this alone, and we need to bring on board partners and local startups to accelerate this journey.”
Speaking at the Seamless Middle East forum in Dubai today, Ronaldo Mouchawar, CEO and founder of Souq.com, said that the $580 million Amazon acquisition in 2017 put the UAE at the forefront of technology innovation, but there is still much to be done in the region’s e-commerce space.
Nearly two-thirds of GCC banking customers would be prepared to move to a digital only bank, according to latest findings from EY.