The Registration Authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Emirates Development Bank (EDB) the host and operator of Mohammed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund (MBRIF).
The once distant dream of robotic assistants and self-sufficient appliances may soon become a reality, and as technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) continue to advance, the way in which we live is set to be transformed.
Facebook announced the launch of Community Help on Facebook Lite in more than 100 countries, including the MENA region, across UAE, Saudi, Egypt, Morocco and others.
Tata Communications has unveiled an advanced cyber security response centre in Dubai.
Takeleap managing director Salman Yusuf, a panelist at TahawulTech.com’s upcoming Power of 4 Forum, has led the virtual reality specialist from obscurity to leading game-changing projects for IKEA, DEWA and more, all in the space of five years.
The Department of Sharjah eGovernment announced that 36 government departments in the Emirate will be taking part in the upcoming GITEX Technology Week 2018.
UAE-based satellite firm Yahsat and Hughes Network Systems have announced an agreement to enter into a joint venture to provide commercial Ka-band satellite broadband services across Africa, the Middle East and southwest Asia.
Come October and residents of Dubai will be able to register with fitness solution provider ClassPass.
The device is priced at AED 3,999 making it more expensive compared to other markets
Google has announced the launch of a new feature on its Search homepage and app that allows people to look for jobs available right on the main Search results page
Ring has announced its participation in the GITEX Technology Week 2018.
Fortinet has announced the findings of its new 2018 Security Implications of Digital Transformation Survey, which revealed that 85 percent believes that the largest hurdle for implementing DX.
WhatsApp and Skype calls should be unblocked says Chairman of Al Habtoor.
As Dubai Metro celebrates its ninth anniversary, we look at the technological advancements of what is still the world’s largest driverless metro rail.