Dubai is set to put the spotlight on how smart lighting solutions are making their way to the UAE market as the country pursues its aim of developing smart cities.
Ericsson has unveiled the next steps in the evolution of cellular IoT and launched new solutions that will enable service providers to address a larger part of the IoT market.
A region-first, the initiative saw Twitter turn an everyday work journey into an enriching and educative experience, with curated, real-time conversations of what’s happening in a key market for UAE businesses; Saudi Arabia.
Intel Corporation has announced the appointment of Robert (Bob) Swan as its new chief executive officer.
Apple has said that it has fixed a privacy flaw in its group video chat software and that it plans to improve how it handles reports of software bugs.
Oracle and Redington, a regional value-added distributor and an Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) partner operating across Middle East and Africa, have launched a dedicated Cloud Centre of Excellence (CCoE) in Dubai.
Mercedes-Benz has introduced ‘Mercedes me connect’ to the region aimed at offering its customers to become part of an intelligently connected world.
HP and UAE authorities have conducted a number of highly successful operations throughout 2018, to disrupt the trade of counterfeit HP branded cartridges locally and internationally.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to launch the first ever in-house AI Academy in the region.
Global smartphone brand OPPO has opened its second regional hub within the UAE and will make Dubai its new center for operations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Etisalat has announced that its business and home subscribers will experience double broadband speed enabling them to implement and use advanced digital technologies in their homes and offices.
CNME and TahawulTech.com is set to kick off the fifth annual CIO 100 Awards and Forum in Dubai.
The Dubai Police has launched virtual courtrooms or “remote trials,” the General Department of Criminal Investigation announced recently.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg is planning to unify the underlying messaging infrastructure of the WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger services.