Over 9 million people from Saudi Arabia are active daily users of multimedia messaging app Snapchat.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Finance has successfully launched its new digital portal Etimad, to streamline services for the public and private sector.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has set the 1st August as the deadline for submissions from companies, institutions, universities and colleges to take part in the Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport.
Integrating online and in-mall shopping, the development is designed for the new era of digital, connected and tech-savvy customers.
The Department of Economic Development – Abu Dhabi has signed a new deal aimed at launching a new centre to support investment in technologies and innovative solutions such as blockchain.
The UAE minister of state for artificial intelligence Omar bin Sultan Al Olama has recently commended the Public Prosecution’s efforts to employ AI in the justice sector.
UAE authorities have warned the public against performing the dance challenge as it can endanger road users.
Dr M. Hamed Farooqi, Director of the Dubai Diabetes Centre, also announced that the centre recently completed a proof of concept project for the implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to detect diabetic retinopathy.
Saudi Arabia’s STC has reportedly launched a new programme aimed at educating and training 150 students in cybersecurity.
Shift Technologies, a subsidiary of the AW Rostamani Group, is partnering with The Sustainable City — the Middle East’s first fully-operational sustainable community.
A land mark ruling in Germany last week confirms that social media accounts can be inherited by a person’s beneficiaries, a ruling which many jurisdictions are now likely to follow.
Facebook has reportedly announced that it would double its presence in London, acquiring nearly 600,000 square feet (56,000 square metres) of office space across two buildings in King’s Cross
The Ministry of Finance and the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) signed an agreement to activate e-transactions between them.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is cooperating with Microsoft to develop new quantum-based solutions to address energy optimisation and other challenges where classical computers have serious limitations.