The social media company’s share price soared in last week’s New York Stock Exchange debut after a $1.8 billion initial public offer.
Alexander Rauser, CEO of mobile application builder Prototype Interactive, shared his insights on the industry in the Middle East with Gulf Business.
The new video camera allows hands-off recording with a wristwatch remote.
The app, developed by Evolvin Networks, is believed to be a first for Abu Dhabi.
Marius Haas, president of Enterprise Solutions at Dell, spoke exclusively to Gulf Business at Gitex Technology Week 2013.
BBM community grows to more than 80 million active users across BlackBerry, Android and iPhone devices globally.
The Korean company is launching two gold editions of the feature-packed Galaxy S4.
Garry Kondakov, chief sales, marketing & support officer at internet security firm Kaspersky Lab, talks increased IT security awareness, B2B and B2C trends and expansion plans in the Middle East.
Around 20 per cent of businesses in the Middle East experienced an average of three security breaches in the last 12 months.
The phone manufacturer also launched two new Lumia smartphones and three new Asha models.
SAP’s early adoption of cloud and in-memory computing has helped the company stay ahead of the game in the Middle East.
The service will be rolled out in a phased manner to ensure a “smooth” customer experience, said the company.
Valerio Romano, managing director of Technology Consulting at Accenture, speaks exclusively to Gulf Business.
Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting bank accounts of individuals since they get direct access to the money.
Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed has also appointed a senior 10-member committee to work on the technology project.
Duroosi tutorial videos will facilitate smart learning through social media tools.
The California company is launching the device on October 22 and local retailers say the official UAE launch may take place either by the end of this year or by early 2014.
Gulf Business brings you all the news from the region’s biggest ICT event.
The new launches form part of the new Smart City initiative announced by Dubai’s ruler Sheikh Mohammed.
The new plan aims to make government services quick and efficient through the use of hi-tech smart devices.
High levels of internet penetration and social media usage are transforming customer strategies and brand engagement in the Middle East.
Optimistic assumptions pave the way for an expensive investment, says Professor Nuno Fernandes, director of IMD’s program Strategic Finance.
The new iPad Mini is expected to come with a retina display and possibly in a range of colours.
The 33rd edition of the region’s largest ICT event is set to be the biggest one yet with a focus on big data, cloud computing and mobile devices.
BlackBerry is committed to investing in the UAE, writes Nick Horton, managing director for Middle East and North Africa, BlackBerry.
A study by Acer found that 50 per cent of children in the region own at least one touch enabled device.
Aramex warns high tariffs are holding back online retail business in the region.
Liquid S1 is deemed most corporate friendly phone as the 5.7-inch HD screen model has dual sim and wireless office features.
The smart phone will go on sale to the Middle East public at Gitex Shopper in Dubai on October 5.
A report by Symantec has revealed the average cost of cybercrime per person has risen 50 per cent in the rest of the world.
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