The Traffic and Patrols Directorate at the Abu Dhabi Police have seized more than 2,500 vehicles for driving at dangerous speeds on the internal and external roads of the emirate in the first eight months of this year.
Oman-based telecom company Nawras’ base station sites in Quriyat are now providing customers with faster broadband speeds after a recent upgrade to 3G+technology and the addition of a second data carrier.
This upgrade marked
Plans for faster and cheaper Internet services will be rolled out in Bahrain before the end of the year, a report said.
It comes as the newly elected board of the Bahrain Internet Exchange (BIX) met for the first time yesterday to
China will open the world's longest high-speed rail line next week when a link between Beijing and the southern metropolis of Guangzhou is inaugurated, officials said on Saturday, underscoring its commitment to a trouble-pl
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi has announced the official launch of its brand new show that brings the artistry of live theatre together with amazing acrobatics and multimedia magic
Visitors to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi park can look forwa
A passenger bus in southwestern Iran overturned on Friday evening, killing 26 female high school students on board, Iranian media reported on Saturday.
Eighteen others were injured when the bus, carrying students from the town of
Leading UAE telecommunications provider Etisalat plans to launch the blazing 10 times faster Internet speeds of 300 Mbps for its residential customers by month end, said a senior official.
This comes as part of Etisalat’s eL
Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) services are the cheapest in Morocco and the most expensive in Iraq in the Arab world, according to a new report from Arab Advisors Group (AAG).
AAG analysed the residential ADSL rates in 19 Arab c
Kingston Digital, the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology, has launched a new USB Flash drive, featuring features the fastest speeds and largest capacities that the IT leader has to offer in a USB Flash drive.
The new DataTravele
Egypt's ruling military council has agreed to form national salvation government and will stage presidential elections before July, bowing to demands by protesters for a swifter transfer of power, politicians who met the army said on Tuesday.