Wi-Fi reunites woman & family

When she reached Dubai, an agent picked her up and sent her to an office located on the Dubai border. According to her brother, if she didn't knew the Wi-Fi password, she would be still stuck there. "A few days after my sister were sent to the office on ... ( read original story ...)

UAE royal’s remarks on control of mosques condemned

"One cannot simply open a mosque and invite everyone to attend and to preach," Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, the UAE's minister of state for tolerance, told German news agency DPA in an interview on Tuesday. Sheikh Nahyan said that Germany ... ( read original story ...)

Sharjah students claim ‘human image’ world record

DUBAI: Children from the India International School in Sharjah, UAE, sailed into the Guinness World Records on Tuesday. A total of 4,882 students from 12 different nationalities dressed in the UAE’s national colors and took to the school’s football ... ( read original story ...)

Emirates to increase inflight Wi-Fi connectivity in 2020

Passengers on Emirates' Boeing 777X aircraft will be able to access a new generation Wi-Fi as the Dubai carrier strengthens its partnership with France’s Thales Group. Emirates said on Wednesday that it signed a new agreement with Thales to equip its ... ( read original story ...)

Revealed: what’s next on Dubai RTA’s 3D printing list?

Dubai's transport authority has unveiled plans to expand its use of 3D printing technology to include the construction of a pedestrian bridge and a marine transport stationi The committee responsible for the Implementation of Dubai 3D Printing Strategy ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai South mulls plan to launch eco-friendly transport system

Dubai South is to carry out a feasibility study on possible plans to launch an environmentally friendly transport system using hydrogen technologies. The 145-square kilometre master-planned city, which was launched by the Dubai government in 2006 ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai’s DIFC Just Announced A $100M Fund For Fintech Startups

Dubai International Financial Centre has (DIFC) launched a $100 million fund to invest in financial technology startups. The fund will focus on companies in the incubation and growth stages looking to access markets in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia. ( read original story ...)