Saudi Arabia’s Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal has reportedly inaugurated the “Intelligent Hajj” programme, Arab News reported.
The UAE is set to host the 22nd International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Human in Space Symposium in Dubai 2019.
Dubai has reportedly attracted $21.66 billion worth of foreign direct investment in high-end technology transfers in three years.
Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University has partnered with the national and international organisations to provide distinguished degrees and certificates for Saudi female students and graduates.
Samsung Group reportedly plans to invest $22 billion over three years in artificial intelligence, 5G mobile technology, electronic components for autos, and the biopharmaceutical business,
Elon Musk said he’s considering taking Tesla Inc. private in a radical step that, if successful, would ease pressure on the money-losing automaker.
Plenty Inc. plans to start selling locally grown produce, including kale and other leafy greens, to communities in Abu Dhabi and Dubai early next year, Bloomberg reported.
The Department of Transport, DoT, in Abu Dhabi has confirmed that it will fully implement Mawaqif parking in all areas on Abu Dhabi Island by 18th August, 2018.
The Oman Information Technology Authority (ITA) has organised a meeting with the leaders of government entities to discuss the challenges they face in their digital transformation projects in the Sultanate.
Apple told US lawmakers that its iPhones do not listen to users without their consent and do not allow third-party apps to do so either.
The UAE’s Museum of the Future has started its four-week accelerator programme where fifteen companies have been shortlisted as strategic partners to take part in the programme and enhance visitors’ experience.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a smart seasonal parking cards service through RTA Dubai App as part of its ongoing efforts to deliver top class services to beneficiaries.
Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp reported a 49 percent jump in quarterly profit on Monday, Reuters reported.
Over 4,800 social media accounts and 30 websites were shut down by Dubai’s Department of Economic Development (DED) for selling fake products this year.