The Middle East and North Africa, and especially the GCC, are spearheading the $2.6 billion global Smart Cities market, according to Schneider Electric.
Huawei surpassed Apple to secure the No. 2 worldwide smartphone vendor position for the first time ever, according to Gartner.
Investcorp Technology Partners, a European lower middle market technology investor, has announced that it acquired Berlin-based Softgarden, a Human Resources (HR) software provider for an undisclosed sum.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has held a workshop on “Developments and best practices in the UN E-Government Survey 2018.”
Huawei Consumer Business Group has unveiled the Huawei AI Cube, a two-in-one speaker and 4G router with Alexa built-in, marking its official entry into the nascent smart speaker market, at the ongoing IFA 2018, being held in Germany.
Etisalat has announced that subscribers of any Global Business Roaming pack can now enjoy in-flight coverage in all airlines that provide on-board connectivity at no extra cost.
Workers in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) have the worst cybersecurity discipline in the world and displaying signs of “security fatigue,” according to a new study.
“Locus Chain technology can help countries fight terrorism and illegal migrants,” according to Locus Chain founder SeJung Kim.
Trend Micro has introduced advanced analytics capabilities for its network security solution, Deep Discovery.
International demand for multifunctional malware that are flexible enough to perform almost any task are on the rise, according to the latest research by Kaspersky Lab.
Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2018 revealed five distinct emerging technology trends that will blur the lines between humans and machines.
In his IFA 2018 keynote titled “The Ultimate Power of Mobile AI”, Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Richard Yu introduced the Kirin 980.
Saudi Aramco is boosting its patented technologies after doubling its scientist headcount to 1,300, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The Department of Health Abu Dhabi (DoH) has issued a recommendation for parents to limit their children’s gaming hours to up to two hours per day under supervision, provided the gaming content is educational and interactive.