Dubai police plan to issue detectives with Google Glass hands-free eyewear to help them fight crime using facial recognition technology, a police spokesman in the emirate said.
The wearable device consists of a tiny computer scree
Dubai Police has rejected rumours that a part of Palm Jumeirah Island, the world’s largest man-made island, was “sinking”, a report said.
Major General Al Muzeina, Commander in Chief of Dubai Police said that cer
UAE-based telecom operator Etisalat has partnered with Dubai Police to offer easier payment solutions to customers.
Under the new deal, which was signed at Gitex Technology Week being held in Dubai till October 24, Etisalat will p
The city that boasts the world's tallest building is equipping its police with $400,000 Lamborghini sports cars that Dubai's deputy police chief says are in keeping with the Gulf capital's image.
They also go fast, sin
Middle East and Africa as a whole has a software piracy rate of 58 per cent, and this unauthorized usage of copyrighted software is among the most significant threats to the IT industry in the region, said a top official.
E-junior, the exclusive UAE kids channel on eLife, has rolled out an exciting ‘Catch the Bus’ campaign on road safety, in collaboration with Total Marketing Middle East and Dubai Police.
The campaign aims to reinforce
Dubai Police, in partnership with FastFit, an express “one-stop-shop” automotive servicing solution, has launched a campaign to ensure safe tyres during the summer throughout the emirate.
FastFit, with particular expertise in tyres and bat
Al Majid Motors, the sole distributor of Kia in the UAE, completed the handover of 50 units of the Kia Mohave to the General Department of Operations of Dubai Police.
Of the 50 units handed over, 35 will be used as patrol cars.
Al-Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distributor of Toyota in the UAE, recently handed over a fleet of 35 Land Cruiser Prados to Dubai Police (DP), further reinforcing a long association of 60 years.
The handover ceremony was headed by brigad
Sustained public information campaigns on road safety can play a crucial role in reducing road fatalities on GCC roads, according to a UK government marketing professional.
Emma Stranack, deputy director of external communications at the D