The scope of the ICTA 2017 conference is focused on issues related to e-accessibility and e-learning for people with disabilities.
Oman’s Ooredoo connects 77,000 homes with ‘super fast’ fibre broadbandOman-based telecom provider Ooredoo has provided 77,000 homes across the Muscat region with super fast fibre home broadband from the existing fast home broadband. 0 4696
Bahrain entrepreneurs to take the stage in Startups Week 2018
Bahrain Startups Week is expected to attract over 1000 entrepreneurs, who will have the opportunity to meet with leading innovators.
Bahrain tops ICT development rankings for Arab world: ITU
The ITU IDI has ranked Bahrain as the leader in the Arab world, and 31st globally, showing continued progress in connectivity and use of ICT.
TEKNO 2017 highlights efforts to transform UAE manufacturing sector
The TEKNO programme this year underlines Dubai’s position as a strategic hub for industrial products, technologies and services.
Omantel targets hospitality industry with new interTouch partnership
The partnership will enable interTouch to deliver “reliable and secure” connectivity and managed network solutions for the hospitality industry in Oman.
Oman launches currency detection app for the visually-impaired
The ‘Omani Currency Reader’ uses the phone camera to read and analyse the currency note held in front of it in real time.
AUS students design smart system to reduce UAE car accidents
The “smart system” helps drivers detect any irregularities in the driving activity of surrounding vehicles through high-communication protocol, Zigbee.
Zain Group, Cisco to drive network transformation
Zain is leveraging Cisco advanced segment routing platforms to bring the benefits of distributed intelligence and centralised control to its network.
Second cohort of tech startups graduate from Intelak Incubator
The cohort teams presented their final work to Emirates Group, GE, and Etisalat Digital management teams and the wider investor community, taking their ideas from concept to tangible business solutions.
Uber used ‘undercover agents’ to spy on competitors, letter alleges
The 37-page document of allegations is being used as evidence in the $1.9 billion legal battle between Uber and Google’s driverless car venture, Waymo.