tnerit, an online rental marketplace, has launched in Dubai. The app aims to give the residents the opportunity to lend and borrow a variety of items ranging from electronics to equipment to halloween costumes, enabling users to earn and save money.
Samsung Gulf Electronics has announced that its Samsung Pay users in the UAE can now use the application to complete online transactions to mark the first anniversary of its flagship mobile payments service.
Siemens has announced plans to invest over $500 million into its digital presence in the Middle East over the next three years.
Music streaming service Spotify the world’s biggest music streaming service, has filed paperwork to start trading its shares publicly on the New York Stock Exchange.
SoftBank Vision Fund CEO Rajeev Misra has recently spoke out about Uber’s plans to go public pledging full support to the ride-hailing firm’s future plans.
The UAE has an excellent reputation for personal safety, but there are times when any of us might feel ill at ease walking down a street.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has showcased a number of its latest innovations and projects as part of its participation at Arab Health 2018, which includes building a hospital for astronauts and the launch of a new AI-based app for helping patients with MS.
Snapchat has recently announced an update that will enable users to share select contents outside of the app.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced changes to how it will rank the posts, videos and photos that appear in its users’ News Feeds and prioritise ‘meaningful’ content.
Fortinet has exhibited advanced cybersecurity capabilities for connected cars of the future at CES 2018 in the Renesas Advanced and …