Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment Company has led $132 million Series D equity financing for US-based medical technology company.
Microsoft is reportedly hopeful that the ban on Skype in the UAE will be lifted soon after discussions with telco authorities over the use of VoIP services.
Dubai RTA has announced that it will deploy 368 “smart” buses to transport about 8873 students in 17 schools during the new academic year that begins in September.
UAE Space Agency director general has said that the announcement of the launch of KhalifaSat underscores the country’s outstanding capabilities in the field of space manufacturing.
Expo 2020 offers Sweden the opportunity to strengthen its versatile image abroad and market itself as a knowledge-driven society supported by sustainable development.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition that alleges it breaches certain Indian regulations, Reuters reported.
Online spending in the UAE are on the rise as residents increasingly opt to shop on their smartphones with mobile spending expected to grow 26 percent by 2019 to reach nearly $5.4 billion, according to a new study.
The first satellite made completely by Emirati engineers in the UAE, will be launched into orbit on October 29, according to the Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC).
Saudi Arabia’s NEOM project has appointed on Aradhana Khowala as the mega city’s managing director of Tourism.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has launched DEWA Store on its smart app to provide exclusive offers and discounts to DEWA’s customers, in cooperation with a number of public and private sector companies.
India said on Tuesday it expected to spend $1.43 billion on its first manned space mission to be launched by 2022, Reuters reported.
Viveport has announced it now supports Oculus Rift compatible titles, a move that is part of the firm’s commitment to connect content creators to global audiences.
Toyota Motor will reportedly invest $500 million in Uber Technologies to jointly work on developing self-driving cars, the companies announced recently.
US President Donald Trump warned Google, Facebook and Twitter to tread carefully on after recently accusing Internet and social media firms of political bias and censorship, without providing evidence, Reuters reported.