The Bahrain British Business Forum (BBBF), in partnership with SteppingStone Global (SSG), a leading training, consulting and coaching organisation, held its first speed networking event for members and their guests at the Movenpick Hotel in M
Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco), a leading broadband solutions provider, has enhanced its broadband packages.
The customers have been benefitting from automatic upgrades offering higher speeds, big
Some of the biggest names in Formula One have spoken of their excitement about the forthcoming Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
Drivers cited high-speed corners at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC), warm weather conditions and t
The Traffic and Patrols Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police has urged drivers to reduce speed as they approach traffic lights and intersections.
It has also advised drivers to avoid increasing speed when traffic lights change from gre
US electric car maker Tesla Motors will relaunch its Roadster model with a new battery pack that will increase the distance the car can travel on a single charge by nearly two-thirds to more than 400 miles.
The company's share
Samsung Electronics said it has achieved key milestones in 5G telecommunications networking technology, as the company clocked 7.5 Gbps, or 940MB per second, the fastest-ever 5G data transmission rate while in a stationary environment.
Bahrain and Saudi Arabia have pledged to speed up implementation of the GCC Union to strengthen security amid escalating regional challenges.
They also underlined the need to intensify meetings between GCC lead
Internet in Bahrain is expected to triple in speed in the next four years with the introduction of a nationwide fibre optic network.
A three-year plan that will connect 80 per cent of the country with fibre opt
Viva, a leading telecom provider in Bahrain, is offering its customers high-speed 4G LTE with 100 per cent more data on its new broadband plans.
The promotion also comes with unlimited free home calls to Viva.
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.