Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saudi Aramco to foster collaboration on energy and smart grid innovations.
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Dubai Land Department smart app sees growing demand
DLD monitored the activity of its customers, the number of times customers downloaded DLD applications on Android and iOS platforms.
Emirates to cut delays at Dubai airport with new app
Emirates passengers travelling from or transiting through Dubai International Airport (DXB) can expect fewer instances of delays associated with aircraft turnaround thanks to a new innovative application built in-house by Emirates called the Hub Monitor, WAM reported.
Middle East ride-sharing rivals launch bus booking service
Dubai-based Careem and global ride-sharing firm Uber have introduced a new bus-booking service in Egypt.
Dubai Police app to empower people of determination
The Dubai Police has recently launched a special free training and educational smart app for aimed at communicating easily to People of Determination.
Oman’s Ooredoo augments digital services with new platform
Ooredoo inaugurated their ‘App Factory,’ an integrated and collaborative platform to foster efficient design and development of new services in Ooredoo Oman App.
Dubai residents can soon pay school fees, bills via blockchain payment platform
Dubai citizens and residents will soon be able to make digital payments for school fees, bills and retail purchases with a stable, digital currency after a partnership between blockchain payment providers and emcredit – Dubai’s Credit Bureau.
UAE tech startup gets a nod from Silicon Valley
UAE-based startup Health at Hand has received recognition from Silicon Valley after winning a place on the coveted Blackbox Connect entrepreneurial immersion programme
Dubai-based tech unicorn secures $200 million in fresh funding
Middle East ride-hailing company Careem had reportedly secured $200 million in fresh funding from existing investors, Reuters reported.
UAE’s Emirates NBD set to launch services via chat app
Emirates NBD has announced that it will soon launch customised banking services via WhatsApp in the UAE.