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Plane safe? Hacker case points to deeper cyber issues

Security researcher Chris Roberts made headlines last month when he was hauled off a plane in New York by the FBI and accused of hacking into flight controls via his underseat entertainment unit. Other security researchers say Rob

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Zain Jordan eyes 5pc jump in 2015 revenue

Zain Jordan, the kingdom's biggest mobile telecoms network operator, expects revenue to rise by five per cent this year despite tougher competition and heavy government taxes, the firm's chief executive said. "We are

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Ooredoo upgrades Internet professional packages

Ooredoo has raised the bar on broadband services by upgrading its Internet professional packages to provide better coverage through new technology and  speed increases of up to 100 per cent for the same price. Ooredoo Interne

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Indosat, Facebook bring easy internet access to Indonesia

Indosat, a member of Ooredoo Group, and Facebook have partnered to launch Internet.org in Indonesia as part of the "Internet Tanpa Pulsa Untuk Semua" initiative for all Indonesians. Facebook's Internet.org will make

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Internet of Things to deliver $1.9 trillion for logistics sector

Internet of Things (IoT) is set to generate $8 trillion worldwide in value at stake, including $1.9 trillion for supply chain and logistics, over the next decade through new connections, according to a report. The Cisco economic a

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Saudi Arabia online travel sales reach $1.73bn

Saudi Arabian residents are showing record growth in online travel sales, reaching SR6.5 billion ($1.73 billion) in 2015, with the figure set to double to SR13 billion ($3.46 billion) by 2019. Saudi Arabia leads the Middle East in terms

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Menatelecom inks Wi-Fi deal with Bahrain’s CIO

Menatelcom, a leading telecom service provider in the region, will provide world class wireless Internet connectivity to Bahrain’s Central Informatics Organisation (CIO) in a major accord signed recently. CIO director genera

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South Sudan plans fibre-optic cables

South Sudan plans to lay a fibre-optic cable to bring broadband Internet to its citizens in the next two years, its minister for telecommunications and postal services said. Africa's newest nation, which gained independence fr

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Wearables seen as means to improve health

Consumers satisfied with their wellness say they are the early adopters of wireless technology, according to an industry expert. “This group has very specific requirements related to cloud, privacy, design and functionality

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Zain inks deal with Etisalat for Smarthub

Zain Group, a leading telecoms group in the Mena region, has signed an agreement with UAE-based Etisalat towards deploying the latter’s Smarthub for faster access to Internet content and capacity services. Smarthub IX and Sm

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