A new study from Juniper Research forecasts that future sports technologies, including professional sports wearables, in-game monitoring and the rapidly growing eSports channel, will see annual spend reach $3.4 billion by 2023.
Smart Dubai has recently held a series of demonstration days to discuss the progress of 14 blockchain use cases that will be implemented by 12 government entities across the emirate.
Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has announced that it will provide internships for 30 Emirati university and high school students this summer, giving them valuable work experience to enhance their career prospects.
Dubai Exports has announced that it is organising the Future Manufacturing and Trade Summit, from 3rd to 4th October 2018, in collaboration with Expotrade Global, in Dubai.
The move underpins Al Farwaniya Property Developments’ ambition to place the $1.2 billion Reem Mall project at the forefront of digital innovation in the retail industry.
Mastercard has pledged to develop more meaningful partnerships with both the public and private sector at the recent World Cities Summit in Singapore.
Ericsson, Telstra and Intel have achieved the first end-to-end multi-vendor 5G commercial network data call over licenced 3.5GHz spectrum.
The number of subscribers to telecommunications services in the UAE, whether through mobile phones, landlines and the internet, rose to around 24 million during the first five months of 2018.
Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a demo smart technology via iPhone only, at Rashidiya Metro Station to serve the blind people of determination using Dubai Metro services.
The Regulatory and Supervisory Bureau (RSB) for electricity and water in Dubai has revealed that Dubai’s cumulative investments in the energy efficiency market increased to AED 500 million in 2017.
While the PC and tablet market is estimated to decline 1.2 percent in 2018, the mobile phone market is on pace to record an increase of 1.4 percent.
HyperloopTT will work in partnership with the government of Tongren in defining the route for the system. Financing will be done through a public private partnership with 50% of the funds coming directly from Tongren.
The U.S. tech company has said it will appeal the penalty, which is nearly double the previous record of 2.4 billion euros – which Google was ordered to pay last year after its online shopping search service was deemed to be unfair to competitors.
The British University in Dubai has announced the launch of its first Bachelors degree in Artificial Intelligence.