Dubai’s flag carrier sits ahead of eight digital brands in the UAE’s top 10, led by instant messaging behemoth WhatsApp in second place.
The Abu Dhabi Traffic and Patrols Directorate said the online awareness campaign titled ‘Together’, has helped in raising road safety awareness among drivers, after smart applications were used to reach out to people through the above social media sites.
Instagram has announced support for ‘right to left’ functionality option to offer Arabic-speaking users clearer written communication.
The photo-sharing company said it found a bug that exposed people’s email addresses and phone numbers, which it quickly fixed.
Facebook has hit 2 billion active monthly users, chief executive Mark Zuckerberg revealed in a post on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Commerce and Investment has advised e-commerce and e-marketing sites with a social media presence to register on …
Turla Espionage Group, infamous for targeting governments, their officials and diplomats since at least 2007, has added a new campaign …
The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) has recently announced that its e-Trader programme posted a growth of 24.7 percent in May 2017, according to a report by WAM.
People are exposing themselves to identity theft or financial attacks by sharing financial and payment details (53%), scans of their passports, driving licenses and other personal documents (71%) or passwords (44%).
Emirates Islamic has announced a renewed strategic focus on social and digital platforms to engage with customers and enhance customer experience.