Google gears up to take on Apple and Amazon

Dubai: Google launched two new phones to take on Apple and ... It has more than 250 VR titles and can now cast your VR experience to the TV. It will cost $99. It is a wireless headphone to make up for the lack of headphone jack on the Pixel 2 devices. ( read original ...

Fake banknote man on flight home from Dubai – BBC News

An Edinburgh man who was held in a jail in Dubai for three days over a forged banknote has begun his flight home. William Barclay had been accused of trying to exchange a fake £20 note during a family holiday. Although the incident happened last ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Police urge public to report reckless drivers

Dubai: Dubai Police have called on members of the public who witness traffic law violations to use the ‘We are All Police’ programme to report them instead of ignoring the incidents. This will help in identifying violators and keeping roads safe, an ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai South negotiates service provider fees

Dubai's property sector is experiencing fast transformation and maturing with the master developers now dictating terms to non-resident tenants such as schools and hospitals to limit their fees that matches standards and lifestyle of the community residents. ( read original story ...)

Dubai Land Department launches interactive app

Dubai Land Department (DLD) has launched an interactive application for investors and developers. The Mashrooi app allows users to search for any project under development and track construction progress, and real estate developers can use it to showcase ... ( read original story ...)

Sharjah Crown Prince attends Learning Difficulties Conference

Sharjah: Shaikh Sultan Bin Mohammad Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, on Wednesday attended the first Learning Difficulties Conference, entitled, “For a Better Education”, at Al Qasimia University Theatre. The two-day ... ( read original story ...)

UAE residents now avoid this big credit card mistake, says study

Dubai: When it comes to using credit cards, it appears that most UAE consumers have smartened up and learned to avoid at least one major blunder that can lead to mounting debt levels. A new study on consumer behaviour in UAE found that the majority (70 per ... ( read original story ...)