SOUQ has announced the launch of ‘Amazon Global Store’, which offers customers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Oppo which launched its Find X smartphone in the UAE yesterday, also announced the Lamborghini edition of the flagship device that went on sale across premium outlets.
The device is priced at AED 3,999 making it more expensive compared to other markets
AdColony, an independent mobile advertising platform, has partnered with Unilever to run interactive mobile video campaigns for the first time in the Middle East.
Technology adoption is powering the shift in retail and the UAE is at the forefront of taking significant strides towards embracing innovations shaping the future, experts noted during the ongoing Smart Stores Expo.
i-Life Digital Technology has announced the launch of its latest notebooks for students in the UAE.
Acer has announced the pricing and availability of the Swift 5 (SF515-51T) notebook, the world’s lightest notebook PC with a 15-inch display, said the firm.
Online spending in the UAE are on the rise as residents increasingly opt to shop on their smartphones with mobile spending expected to grow 26 percent by 2019 to reach nearly $5.4 billion, according to a new study.
Samsung Gulf Electronics has launched the Galaxy Tab S4, the new 2-in-1 Android tablet designed for people who want to do more on the go, in the UAE.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has opened nine new outlets at various locations in the UAE to provide customers with a more efficient and enhanced retail experience.
While the global e-commerce market continues to grow, today’s consumers still like to visit brick-and-mortar stores regularly and retailers must rethink their business model in order to stay ahead of the curve.
The Landmark Group has reportedly launched a visual search ‘snap-to-buy’ technology across 10 of its most successful brands.
Schneider Electric is now offering a new tool, PIM Powered by Agena3000, capable of centralising, standardising and distributing all updated product data with complete security.
Almost half of UAE CEOs in the retail industry intend to start using artificial intelligence (AI) in the next two years, as they are increasingly influenced by technology to enhance the retail store experience for customers.