Popular paid music streaming service, Spotify, has officially launched in the Middle East and North Africa, Reuters reported.
Dubai Municipality has completed the development of Mamzar Park to become the first of its kind smart park, WAM reported.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has signed a Managed Security Operation Centre (SOC) agreement with Community Development Authority (CDA).
The cybersecurity specialist Kaspersky Lab could open a “Transparency Centre” in Dubai to strengthen confidence among regulators and partners, a …
The Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority has signed an agreement with General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs to enahnce smart government services at hi-tech park.
After Nokia, its now Sony’s turn to bring the latest Android operating system to its users Two months after the …
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched smart homecare technologies that would allow the homecare team to contact doctors via smart applications and devices for instant consultation, WAM reported.
Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) and Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) have partnered to promote and facilitate innovation in financial services.
The UAE Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The future and the World Economic Forum, the International Organisation for Public-Private Cooperation have unveiled an agile data policy framework for personal data.
Mobile and broadband data will continue to drive growth within the telecom sector, even as mobile voice and messaging is …
The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the Global Future Councils today hosted an enthralling discussion around the effect on jobs in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The United Arab Emirates is one of a few countries across the world to have seen tangible progress in the ways it tackles the impending Fourth Industrial Revolution, a World Economic Forum executive has said.
The UAE has introduced a new federal law authorising the Cabinet to grant temporary licenses for the testing and vetting of innovations that utilise future technologies and its applications such as AI.
Dubai Police has reportedly started training officers to use a flying motorbikes that will be introduced to the service by 2020.