Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has announced that it signed partnership agreements with three international telecom companies, namely Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia.
Uber Technologies is in preliminary talks with rival Careem to combine their Middle Eastern ride-hailing services, Bloomberg reported, citing three people familiar with the matter.
Western Digital Corporation has unveiled the Western Digital Black 3D NVMe SSD featuring the company’s own SSD architecture and controller.
LG Electronics has invested $3 million in US-based Bossa Nova Robotics — marking the first time the company has injected funds into an overseas robot developer.
London-based investment firm Centricus has partnered with Chinese firms China Merchants Group and SPF Group to launch a $15 billion fund aimed at technology companies globally.
Plantronics has announced that it has completed its acquisition of Polycom in a deal that’s valued at $2 billion.
The Federal Tax Authority (FTA) has revealed details of updates to its electronic services (e-Services) that have been designed to provide a greater number of facilities for customs clearance companies that operate under its approval.
The federal probe into Facebook’s data breach incident with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica has broadened focus on the actions and statements of the tech giant.
Etisalat has announced the launch of a ‘Talking Bill’ service that enables visually impaired customers to access bill summary details of their account free of charge.
The forum will also examine why sustainable finance is the future, and shed light on the region’s strong affinity towards sustainable banking.
The company has promised customers quick answers to their questions “in real time” by simply tapping the chat option in the app.
Nationwide digital transformation, Smart Cities, and Expo 2020 Dubai, will drive the UAE’s IT market to AED 20 billion in 2018, BMI Research predicts.
Dubai Municipality has launched a smart system that allows customers to print their export health certificates for food electronically, without the need to visit its offices to print hard copies.
Nearly half (47 percent) of people in the UAE are still failing to protect their mobile devices, and only 25 percent using anti-theft solutions, which means pick pocketers that get their hands on a smartphone could be in for more of a treat than even they hope for.