Facebook’s global mobile advertising revenues soared to 41 per cent of overall revenues in Q2 2013.
Qatar is the only MENA country and one of the two non-European countries to be featured in the list.
The flagship smartphone from Lenovo is unwieldy, but takes great photos.
Sony’s latest smartphone, available in black, white and purple, is priced at Dhs2,749 in the UAE
Uber has said that their services will only complement the local taxis and not compete with them.
New survey finds that in the next three years, the number of Saudi SMEs operating in six or more countries will rise from 16 to 41 per cent.
The Canadian phone manufacturer is slashing up to 40 per cent of its global workforce as sales drop.
Experts said that having a reactive approach to cyber threats will prove expensive in the long run.
The new touchscreen device boasts a five-inch display and a 1.7 gigahertz processor.
The Saudi billionaire invested $300 million in the social media giant in late 2011.
Gulf Business traces the lineage of the iPhone 5S back to its initial concept.
Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, asks what does the Nokia-Microsoft deal mean for the mobile market.
The new phones will be available in the US from September 20.
iMENA Holdings and Rocket Internet have partnered to invest in the regional operations of Hellofood, a global food ordering service.
Apple’s next generation iPhone is estimated to have a November or December launch in the UAE, say retailers.
Leaked pictures have fuelled speculation that the phone will have a built-in biometric fingerprint scanner.
Research shows that out of the 200,000 SMEs in the UAE, only 10 per cent have an online presence.
Tech showcase acts as global launch pad for new products.
Private and public sector firms in the Kingdom are increasingly using LinkedIn for recruitment, the company said.
The centre aims to reduce the response time in the event of a cyber crisis in the Middle East.
The transaction is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2014.
The number of Twitter users in Saudi Arabia nearly doubled in six months to 2.9 million in July 2012, amounting to a little over 10 per cent of the population
Data lost cannot be replaced or compensated through legal means, say experts.
Tablet shipments during the second quarter of this year exceeded PC shipments owing to increased android device users, IDC said.
The Syrian Electronic Army, a hacker group supporting the Syrian government, claimed credit for the attacks.
Google is not the only search engine on the web. Here are some others also worth a try.
Deployment of android tablets will help in building smart hospitals in Dubai, said a top DHA official.
The special edition smartphone, priced at Dhs3,799, will be available in white with a gold-coloured stainless steel frame.
The US tech giant is also expected to unveil a new cheaper version of the device next month.
A recent study found 68 per cent of UAE residents spend at least Dhs10,000 every year on technology, with 71 per cent admitting they are addicted.
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