Etisalat has announced that Abu Dhabi’s new international airport will become the first airport terminal in the region to have …
The UAE is the second highest regional investor in AI over the past 10 years, investing $2.15 billion in total, according to a recent study by Microsoft and EY.
Amazon’s premium membership programme, Amazon Prime, that is enjoyed by more than 100 million paid members in 17 countries is now available in the UAE.
Sharjah Research, Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) has announced that it has attracted international companies specialised in the construction of buildings with 3D Printing techniques.
Digital competencies have become vital to achieving business goals, but the lack of digital competencies is the key barrier to …
Etisalat has launched a new, super-fast 5G network on 5G smartphones for its customers, the first in the Middle East and North Africa.
The UAE has launched the ‘One Million Jordanian Coders’ initiative in the Jordanian capital Amman, marking a step forward in the mutual commitment of the UAE and Jordan to promoting partnerships and knowledge sharing.
Dubai has been ranked among the top 10 countries as leaders in smart home availability in a report release by Moscow’s Department Information Technologies (DIT).
Dubai Land Department (DLD) has inked a license agreement with UAE-based Mashreq Bank for the use of the e-mortgage system.
UAE impersonation attacks increased by 75 percent, with 77 percent of those organisations impacted by impersonation attacks having experienced a direct loss, according to Mimecast’s third-annual State of Email Security report.
Careem has entered the micro-mobility space with the acquisition of Cyacle, a UAE-based bikeshare service.
Smart Dubai has unveiled a new artificial intelligence (AI) use case in the healthcare sector that allows healthcare professionals to predict a patient’s condition by tracking six vital signs.
UAE vice president and prime minister, and ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum honoured the first batch to have finished the country’s AI Programme.
Half of people in the UAE think that their smart devices are spying on their lives, according to a recent YouGov research.