With many GCC consumers now owning two handsets, mobile advertising represents a golden untapped opportunity.
Businesses are relying too much on apps and are not capitalising on the region’s high levels of internet and mobile penetration.
The PC maker has introduced six new models to the market, with prices ranging from Dhs499 to Dhs1,999.
The new BlackBerry smartphone, priced Dhs1,499 will be unveiled in the UAE on June 20.
This year’s holy month will be the ‘most mobile-enabled’ yet as Middle East penetration rate hits 109 per cent.
The new operating system comes with a host of new features such as Control Center, AirDrop and an improved Siri.
The Kingdom announced in March that it was planning to ban VoIP services such as Skype and Viber.
The market for old Apple computers is heating up, with prices steadily increasing.
The phone manufacturer is expected to announce details of the new device in June this year.
The world’s second-largest telecom equipment maker also expects Middle East telecom operators to prioritise improving network efficiency.
E-commerce spends across the Arab World grew 45 per cent to $15 billion last year.
More users expect websites to feature videos as well as photos
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The boards of both companies have reportedly approved the deal, expected to be announced on Monday.
An investigation traced the attacks to hundreds of internet protocol addresses in a number of countries.
Rakbank suffered a $5 million coordinated heist at ATMs around the world in December while Bank of Muscat lost $40 million in February.
The social networking site generated mobile advertising revenues of almost $375 million during the first quarter.
Priced at Dhs999 in the UAE, the mid-range android smartphone comes packed with features.
The phone is priced at Dhs2,599 and will be available at all major retail outlets in the country.
The shorter GITEX technology event in March indicated 2013 will be dominated by tablet computers, mobiles and accessories.
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The Canadian manufacturer saw revenues and subscribers fall during the three-month period.
The order did not state how long telcos would be given to comply with the new regulations.
Access to the networking site may be restricted to people who register their identification documents, say reports.
Experts say looming IT attacks could be catastrophic for global business and even cost lives.
The Kingdom is reportedly in talks with application operators to ensure that they adhere to regulatory requirements.
Nearly one out of every two people on the internet now visits the video-sharing website.
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The video-sharing website has started its partner programme in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt.
The new smartphone is reportedly powered by a new processor and said to include a unique eye-scrolling feature.
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