Dubai’s solar city goes live

Dubai’s Sustainable City has kicked off operations of a solar installation that will eventually produce up to 10 MW of power at maximum capacity. Completion of the first phase of the project has seen 24,170 solar panels installed so far. The next phase ... ( read original story ...)

UAE: Silicon Valley of Middle East

Fawaz H. Zu'bi, founder, chairman and CEO of Silicon Badia, who has been at the forefront of the region's technology development efforts over the past 15 years, says: "Dubai has certainly caught the attention of regional VCs, and beginning to pop up more ... ( read original story ...)

UAE consumers: The unsuspecting victims of counterfeit products

Unfortunately it's not being ploughed back into print businesses to help them develop new, cutting edge technology. More often that not that money is being funneled into organised crime or additional illegal activities. HP, with UAE law authorities ... ( read original story ...)

Samsung merges art and technology into The Frame

Dubai: Samsung is trying to differentiate itself in the highly competitive and diversified market by adding new features to the existing ultra-high definition (4K) smart TV technology. On Wednesday, the South Korean firm launched The Frame by merging art ... ( read original story ...)

Dh10b boost to UAE education sector

In the UAE and Middle East, governments and private schools are heavily investing in the latest educational technology to drive differentiated learning and collaborative projects that will help students prepare for the technology-infused careers ... ( read original story ...)

HFTP and Naseba Announce HITEC Dubai 2017 Advisory Council

... Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC®), the world's largest hospitality technology conference brand, will be coming to Dubai, UAE on November 14-15, 2017 at the Conrad Dubai. Produced in partnership by Hospitality Financial and ... ( read original story ...)

Major mismatch between IT talent, job market demand in GCC

Dubai: Techies graduating out of universities from the Gulf are likely to find it tough to get jobs as there are no engineering facilities for most American technology companies operating in the region. Technology is a vital part of every industry today ... ( read original story ...)