The Dubai Taxi Corporation, DTC, at the Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, has embarked on the installation of interactive screens and free Wi-Fi in a further 700 taxis in Dubai Marina, JBR, and Down Town areas.
We got our hands on the first handset to feature Google’s augmented reality (AR) software Tango, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro, and it was ‘phabulous.’
Watch this video to get a glimpse of New York’s Smart City strategy and how the citizens are taking to the tech changes around them.
Norton by Symantec has released the findings from its annual Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, revealing 2.53 million consumers in the UAE have been victims of online crime in the past year as hackers take advantage of consumer complacency.
As the use of wireless connectivity increases across the globe – and increases at such a startling rate – bandwidth is being squeezed. Bart Saelets, Solution Architect, F5, investigates whether we really are heading towards a ‘capacity crunch.’
When planning a getaway, most travellers fantasise of ice cold beverages on the beach, relaxing massages and thowing their smartphone into the ocean. The reality is, however, that modern holiday-makers can rarely ditch their devices completely. When they need to connect, they demand speeds that will get them away from the screen and back on the beach.
Sony on Thursday launched its new Portable Wireless Server (PWS), which it said helps users to view, share, and store content on the move or at home from their smartphones.
ZOTAC International today announced a new mini-ITX platform for 4th Generation Intel Core processors for small form factor users that demand a compact PC without sacrificing performance or features.
The upshot is that, if you want something a little more capable than your smartphone camera, and you don’t want to pay much for it, you won’t go wrong with the WB250F.
Microsoft has sponsored 225 London taxis with free Wi-Fi as part of a wider roll-out to the public. Taxi advertising …