Saudi Aramco has announced commercial cooperation worth over $10 billion with 14 American companies during Saudi-US CEOs forum in New York, including a number of tech firms.
The new array of deals signed include collaborations with firms supplying digital technologies and cooperation in the field of environmental conservation, climate change and the development of innovation, Saudi Aramco CEO said.
In an interview with CBS last week, Mohammed bin Salman said Saudi Arabia is not actively pursuing a nuclear weapon, but that could change suddenly.
The move also marks a milestone for the Chamber of Digital Commerce itself, which has until now focused more on domestic advocacy of fair policy regarding Blockchain and cryptocurrency regulation.
Emirates airline has reportedly said the cabin ban on laptops no longer applies on its flights to the United States.
The new measures, announced yesterday, include enhanced overall passenger screening, heightened screening of personal electronic devices, increased security protocols around aircraft and in passenger areas, and expanded canine screening.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that Apple is creating a fund to promote advanced manufacturing in the United States, and seeding it with $1 billion to start.
Emirates has announced that it will start lending first and business class passengers free tablets, in response to the U.S. ban on electronic devices on United States-bound flights.
A massive data centre being built by the National Security Agency in Utah has been plagued by “chronic electrical surges” that have destroyed equipment and delayed its opening for a year.
Judges and police investigators are on track to submit about the same number of requests to Microsoft for end user data this year as they did in 2012, according to figures released Friday.