Kuwait’s central bank has issued regulatory guidelines for companies wishing to experiment with new financial technology products and services.
Zain launches first 5G network in KuwaitKuwait telco Zain has launched the first integrated 5G technology on its network, which will provide high-speed communications with high efficiency.0 8230
Ring to expand across Gulf and African markets
Mohammad Meraj Hoda, vice president, Business Development, Middle East and Africa, Ring, explains how the firm aims to harness the …
Zain promotes smart living and digital diversity
Kuwait telecommunications company Zain is marking its first-ever participation at GITEX Technology Week.
Kuwait to fuel digital innovation market to reach more than $980 million
Kuwait, as part of its nationwide digital roadmap ‘New Kuwait 2035’, aims to drive the country’s digital innovation market to nearly $988.88 million this year.
Smart technologies advance “New Kuwait Vision 2035”
Kuwait’s Ministry of Electricity and Water, in partnership with Zain and SAP, has started deploying the smart metres that will reach a total of 800,000 electrical metres and 300,000 water metres to homes and organisations.
Kuwait residents can now buy sun-flame grilled Whoppers
With its very own solar powered gadget, Burger King took advantage of Kuwait’s infamous scorching heat through their very own solar powered gadget.
Dolby to bring immersive cinematic experiences to Kuwait
Dolby Laboratories and the Kuwait National Cinema Company (KNCC) have entered into a three-screen agreement for the first deployments of Dolby Cinema in Kuwait.
Electric cars to hit Kuwait roads soon
According to the report, the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has requested all concerned authorities to provide necessary requirements for the entry of electric cars to Kuwait’s market.
Vuclip names new general manager for Middle East
Abe Shady Aboul Naga has joined the regional leadership team at Vuclip, a PCCW Media company.
GCC nations among most vulnerable to cyber-attacks globally
The UAE and Kuwait were found to be among the most vulnerable in a Trend Micro report analysing worldwide threats.