If you’re looking for a trendy handset that supports fundamental mobile tasks without breaking the bank, the Realme 5 Pro is worth considering.
Blackberry KEY2 smartphone arrives in the Middle EastThe all-new BlackBerry KEY2 is now available across a choice of leading retailers in the UAE and will be available in Saudi Arabia later this month.1 3061
All-women eSports Festival kicks off in Dubai
The GIRLGAMER Esports Festival has opened at the Meydan Grandstand. Being held from 19th to 20th February, the event celebrates and promotes women’s competitiveness in esports.
Western Digital unveils 5G-ready flash storage device
Western Digital has announced the launch of the iNAND MC EU521 an embedded Universal Flash Storage (UFS) device to equip mobile developers to enhance the 5G smartphone user experience.
Apple retains top spot in Brand Intimacy Study
Apple has once again topped the MBLM’s Top 10 Most Intimate Brands from its 10th annual Brand Intimacy Study.
Snapchat brings Saudi UNESCO Heritage site with AR
Snap Inc. has collaborated with the Royal Commission of AlUla to bring a new dimension to the Desert X AlUla art exhibition, with the first sponsored Landmarker in the Middle East.
UAE-based doctor booking app secures $10 million in funding
UAE-based doctor booking platform Okadoc has closed its $10 million Series A round, following a $2.3 million seed round in 2018.
Emirati tech entrepreneur launches new app to ease Dubai’s rental woes
Emirati tech entrepreneur Rashid Al Ghurair has announced the launch of “Urban”, a mobile/web application that brings the entire rental journey online.
“No changes in UAE’s VoIP rules”: TRA on WhatsApp services
Over the weekend, residents around the UAE have reported being able to use the video, voice calling features on WhatsApp, according to several local news outlets.
Ring’s first-ever indoor security camera launches in UAE
Ring, whose mission is to make neighborhoods safer, has announced the company’s first-ever indoor-only security camera.
Dubai-based Careem to slash workforce
UAE-based ride hailing app Careem has announced that it will cut down its workforce by five percent, as the company aims to streamline its operations.