Samsung’s newest flagship phone offerers 4K capability, an AMOLED display, and, hopefully, a safer battery.
CNME Editor James Dartnell gives a lowdown of this week’s biggest news in the technology industry on the second edition of Transformation Talk, the weekly news round-up brought to you by Tahawul Tech.
Dubai Investments GM for IT Venkatesh Mahadevan highlights having the right resources and the right people on-board as key drivers …
Shailesh Mani, Head of IT, Life Pharma, emphasises on why top management support is a must for IT innovation success. …
Musafir.com Co-Founder Alber Dias discusses why he believes technology is defined by the way businesses perceive, create and adopt new innovations.
Sivakumar V, Head of IT, Dubai First, shares why he thinks Middle East organisations will be capable of being first adopters of technologies worldwide.
Sebastian Samuel, CIO, AW Rostamani Group, shares why he believes innovation means ‘thinking outside the box’ and bringing a positive change within the organisation through new ideas and new technologies.
Ashith Piriyattiath, Head of IT, Al Masah Capital, speaks about why CIOs should have a clear understanding of their organisation’s vision for growth to identify new avenues for innovation.
During the first-ever Your Voice with Tahawul Tech, Bayt.com CIO Akram Assaf gave insights on why IT leaders should push the culture of innovation within their organisations.
Small, autonomous shuttles have been transporting passengers around Sion, Switzerland for free in an attempt to integrate autonomous vehicles into cities.
Although augmented reality may not have gotten very far in the consumer market, but the technology is getting a second look in the manufacturing sector.
CNME Editor James Dartnell hosts the first ever edition of Transformation Talk, the weekly news round-up brought to you by Tahawul Tech.
Visa’s latest prototype shows off just how easy tap-to-pay can be—letting you buy stuff with a pair of sunglasses.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has been investigating the intrusion for two years, but it was only in late 2016 that the full scale of the hack became apparent. The FBI indicted four people for the attack, two of whom are Russian spies.