The US chipmaker Qualcomm was hit with a EUR 997 million ($1.2 billion) fine by European Union antitrust regulators for paying Apple to use only its chips, blocking out rivals such as Intel.
Nedaa, the Dubai Government’s safe and secure networks provider, is showcasing its current range of solutions and applications that have …
Oman-based telecom provider Ooredoo has provided 77,000 homes across the Muscat region with super fast fibre home broadband from the existing fast home broadband.
Ooredoo has recently shared an overview on the growing importance of smart cities in the Sultanate of Oman and its contribution to creating prosperous, economically diverse knowledge-based societies.
The move is in compliance with the Federal Decree-Law No 8 of 2017 issued by the government on the introduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) in the UAE.
Jian Gao, PhD candidate in engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi, is investigating how a next generation model of mobile communications could be the key to faster cell service, fewer dropped calls, and cheaper phone bills.
Dubai Police will soon use drones to deliver live broadcasts of traffic jams during peak hours in order to dispatch …
Africa’s smartphone market bounced back from two consecutive declines to post quarter-on-quarter (QoQ) growth of 4.4% in Q3 2017, according …
Oman outranked several advanced countries’ 4G speeds, such as the US, France, the UK, Germany and Sweden in addition to all Arab countries.
According to a company statement, “Omantel has started experimenting with 5G for the first time in the Sultanate in partnership with Ericsson MEA.”