Middle East ride-hailing app Careem is reportedly in talks to raise as much as $150 million from existing investors to launch its food delivery business as early as September.
Uber is reportedly in “preliminary talks” with local competitor Careem to strike a deal that would see the two companies merge.
The Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, has launched a new service aimed at engaging community members.
Women in Saudi Arabia can now legally get behind the wheel of a car for the first time as the kingdom lifts its longstanding ban on women driving.
According to a source at the Electronic and Cyber Crime Combatting Department (ECCCD), affiliated to the Criminal Investigation Department, the majority of scammers who target users in Kuwait are from abroad.
The company has reportedly launched a registration portal that will serve as a one-stop shop for Saudi women interested in driving on Uber.
UAE residents can now make Zakat donations through their smart device in a new initiative launched by Smart Dubai in collaboration with Dar Al Ber Society.
Jotun has released ColourDesign, a mobile application that simplifies the process of colour selection for interior as well as exterior walls by helping users visualise the result of their preferred colour with a tap of a screen.
Estonia’s Taxify has reportedly raised $175 million in funding from a group led by German automaker Daimler, which will enable the firm to step up its fight against global rival Uber across Europe and Africa, Reuters reported.
UAE-based i-Insured, the retail unit of a major insurance group in the region, has launched an artificial intelligence based app that offers incentive and premium based on drivers’ behaviour on the road.