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.
Riverbed, The Digital Performance Company, has announced its participation at GITEX, the largest technology show in the Middle East and Africa.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has held a workshop on “Developments and best practices in the UN E-Government Survey 2018.”
HSBC UAE has unveiled its latest innovation designed to deliver the best digital banking experience with a first-of-its-kind Customer Service Unit (CSU) in Mirdiff City Centre.
The UAE, on Monday, revealed the names of the country’s first two astronauts who will go into space.
The Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) along with a number of top industry partners has launched the second annual Futurism Challenge.
“Locus Chain technology can help countries fight terrorism and illegal migrants,” according to Locus Chain founder SeJung Kim.
Dubai Future Foundation, DFF, has announced its partnership with five government organisations in Dubai to support the implementation of the second phase of the Dubai 10X initiative.
Bahrain Technology Companies Society (BTECH) said it has completed preparations for the first edition of SmartSec Conference on information security and blockchain.
Saudi Aramco is boosting its patented technologies after doubling its scientist headcount to 1,300, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Abu Dhabi Police GHQ has launched the third generation of the smart teller kiosks (Sahl) in a number of ADNOC service stations (ADNOC Oasis) and integrated services centres (Tam) across the capital.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched Green Dubai, which includes three initiatives that will help make Dubai the smartest, happiest and most sustainable city in the world.
An Apple self-driving car was rear-ended while merging onto an expressway near the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters.
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.