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UAE among ‘most at risk’ regions in mobile security

UAE has ranked fifth among the ‘most at risk’ regions in Aruba Networks’s Global Mobile Security Threat Study. The ‘Securing #GenMobile: Is Your Business Running the Risk?’ study showed that highly re

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UAE banks ‘not meeting customer expectations’

Banks in the UAE are not meeting their customer expectations, according to a recent study by TNS, a custom market research organisation. The TNS Annual Corporate Banking Excellence study looked closely at the services offered by c

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‘Surprise events help infants learn’: study

The red-and-blue ball rolls down a ramp and, thanks to a little bit of trickery, seems to pass right through a purple wall. The 11-month-old girl watching the demonstration appears surprised, then grasps the ball and bangs it on a

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Traffic impact study 'may delay SMC car-park work'

A traffic impact study could delay construction of a proposed car-park at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) in Bahrain. Work on the BD6 million ($15.9 million) facility, covering 2,600 sq m, was due to start later this year, said a

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Adhesives, sealants demand to reach $12.8bn

The demand for adhesives and sealants in the US has been forecast to increase 2.8 per cent per year to 6.4 billion pounds ($9.8 billion) in 2019, valued at $12.8 billion, according to a new study. A turnaround in construction acti

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ME firms adopt tracking technologies to protect staff

Organisations in the UAE are adopting tracking technology to better manage the safety of their staff, even as they travel to highly volatile areas across the region, according to a recent study. Most organisations in the Middle Ea

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Saudi Arabia hires DNV for energy efficiency study

Saudi Arabia has signed up DNV GL, a leading technical advisor to the global oil and gas industry, to undertake analysis of the country’s capacity for energy efficiency. Under the $2.5 million contract, DNV GL will develop a

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New study plan for cancer-hit students in Bahrain

Thirty-two students battling cancer have signed up for a new programme that allows them to continue their academic studies while receiving treatment for the life-threatening disease in Bahrain. The scheme, initiated by the Educati

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New study plan for cancer-hit students in Bahrain

Thirty-two students battling cancer have signed up for a new programme that allows them to continue their academic studies while receiving treatment for the life-threatening disease in Bahrain. The scheme, initiated by the Educati

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Bahrain ‘most highly connected countries in the world'

Bahrain is "one of the most highly connected countries in the world", according to a global study by US-based Freedom House. This is based on an Internet penetration rate of 90 per cent and mobile phone penetration rate

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