The fourth annual Young Professionals in Space Conference (YPS) will take place in the UAE next October, the Mohammed bin …
Increasing workforce mobility comes a growing risk of cyber threats, according to Kaspersky Lab, 42 million attack attempts on mobile devices were registered in 2017.
Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Abu Dhabi’s Injazat Data Systems to introduce the latter’s services in the Emirate of Sharjah.
Consumers lack a full understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and are looking to businesses, government and academia for education, according to a recent report.
Nine in 10 children across UAE and KSA have access to tablets, smartphones or other handheld electronic devices with screens.
APCO Worldwide has announced the launch of the APCO AI Comms Lab, an innovation centre that leverages artificial intelligence-powered solutions to build and protect the reputations of major global brands, governments and organisations.
HTC has revealed that the world’s first major blockchain phone – the Exodus – will be available early to fans in the third quarter of 2018.
Etihad Airways has launched a WhatsApp Business solution, allowing guests to communicate instantly with the airline via the popular messaging app.
SAP’s coding initiative has reportedly trained more than 16,000 youth across the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe.
The new service was first previewed at OpenWorld in October last year, and is based on the Linux Foundation’s open source Hyperledger Fabric platform – a collaboration tool for building Blockchain distributed ledger business networks, such as smart contract technology.
Jaguar has launched an intelligent app to help drivers experience life with its all-electric I-PACE before even getting behind the wheel.
TahawulTech.com is putting the spotlight on organisations and projects that have invested in innovative security initiatives that brought unprecedented value to their businesses.
Oman has reportedly warded off over 880 million cyber-attacks on government networks in 2017, three times more than 2016 when the country recorded 279 million such attacks.
With the ability to affect healthcare, construction and retail, virtual reality will save lives in the future, as well as delivering unrivalled user experiences across the world.