Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) announced the closing of the 5th cohort of Dubai Future Accelerators programme, which received applications from start-ups and global companies from 74 countries around the world.
Dubai Customs launched a new sophisticated smart inspection device that features 3D CT scanning, in a move to tighten control on cargo movements across all the ports and terminals in the emirate.
Dubai Land Department (DLD) has announced that it succeeded in achieving a qualitative leap in terms of improving the level of government services provided to its customers through the Ejari service.
The UAE Ministry of Climate Change and the Environment (MOCCAE) has launched the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
Global shipments for personal computing devices market, comprised of traditional PCs, laptops and workstations, is expected to shrink by 3.9 percent in 2018, according to the latest forecast from IDC.
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) announced the launch of the new commercial license for ADGM tech start-ups for entrepreneurs.
Zain Bahrain, a telecom services operator in the kingdom, has announced the temporary suspension of all non-registered post-paid SIM cards and home broadband lines.
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.