During last week’s Mobile World Congress Huawei and other players from the mobile industry laid the foundation for wider commercial use of 4.5G & 5G broadband, which they considered the backbone of today’s digital economy.
Released in 2004, the Motorola Razr was widely considered to be the start of a new trend in mobile devices – the era of the flip phone.
VMware announced the appointment of Henri van der Vaeren as Vice President for Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa.
As voice and SMS streams decline, telecom operators are increasingly looking for revenue through OTT and data services. What revenue sources will emerge in the near future, and which ones will be phased out altogether?
Intracom Telecom will be launching UKeMED, a medical knowledge platform, which contains medical content from universities, diagnostic centres, pathology labs, primary healthcare centres and homecare systems from across the globe during GITEX Technology Week.
Gulf Business Machines (GBM) has partnered with the Information Technology Authority (ITA) of Oman to launch a programme aimed at increasing interest and offering opportunities for Omani graduates within the ICT sector.
As part of the company’s quarterly earnings announcement released recently, BlackBerry confirmed it would roll out an Android phone in late 2015.
A recent report from Cybersecurity Ventures has forecasted that the cyber security market of the Middle East and African region (MEA) is expected to grow to $13.43 billion by 2019 – covering an expected compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.7 per cent in the next five years.
Etisalat announced today that it will offer its mobile customers the opportunity to book their upcoming travel for free upon subscription to its New Postpaid plans.
The Internet of Things is forecast to be a pivotal and pervasive tech trend in the coming years. The power to connect almost any physical object to the Internet could bring huge benefits for the enterprise, but what are its pitfalls? How can Middle Eastern organisations overcome security and privacy concerns to realise the benefits of the IoT?