The Saudi ICT market will rebound in 2017 to reach a value of $33.8 billion for the year, according to the latest insights presented by International Data Corporation (IDC).
VMware has announced several new appointments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, appointing new country managers for the UAE and North Africa, Levant, and Egypt, and naming a new head of MENA Partner Organisation.
WhatsApp, the popular Facebook-owned messaging app, has released an iOS update that lets users send messages while offline.
Alibaba has signed a 12-year partnership with the organisers of the Olympics to provide cloud and e-commerce services to the games.
Oracle has announced the opening of its 400-salesperson ‘Digital Hub’, as well as the expected mid-2017 go-live of its first Middle East data centre in Abu Dhabi.
Following several months of investigations, Samsung Electronics today announced the cause of the Note7 incidents as two separate lithium-ion battery faults, as well as explaining measures to prevent a recurrence during a press conference held in Seoul, Korea.
Mubadala, the Abu Dhabi investment and development company, has announced the appointment of Khaled Al Melhi as the new CEO of Injazat Data Systems (Injazat), a regional IT managed services provider wholly owned by Mubadala.
Communications company Avaya has announced that it filed for Chapter 11 protection in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
According to a new study by IBM and the National Retail Federation, nearly all members of Gen Z (98 percent) prefer to shop in-store over online.
Google has acquired Twitter’s mobile application development platform Fabric – for an undisclosed sum – to merge with its own Firebase development team. This will form part of the Google Developer Products Group.