Apple and IBM delivered the first wave of IBM MobileFirst for iOS solutions in a new class of made-for-business apps and supporting cloud services that bring IBM’s big data and analytics capabilities to iPhone
Atlas Copco, a leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, has launched a new apps for use with Apple and Android devices, tablets and smart phones.
The new Construction App contains a huge store of information about A
Propertyfinder.ae, a leading property site in the UAE, has announced the launch of its top notch real estate app for iPhone and Android-powered smartphones and tablets.
Allowing users to view listings for sale and rent whilst on-the-go,
Ericsson, a world leader in communications technology, said it has joined hands with leading mobile phone operator Turkcell to improve the App Coverage with Wi-Fi/Cellular real time traffic steering.
The company successfully teste
Apple and IBM, which in July announced they would team up to sell iPads and iPhones with specialized software to corporate customers, will announce the first batch of apps and software next month, said a top official.
The two comp
Tired of waiting in line for a cup of coffee? In a rush to grab lunch? New apps are helping consumers skip the lines by pre-ordering coffee, drinks and meals.
Restaurant chains, start-up companies and payment firms are hoping the
The UAE Ministry of Finance (MoF) will be launching a range of e-Dirham smart applications at the Gitex Technology Week in collaboration with the National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD).
An annual consumer computer and electronics
Mobile messaging company Snapchat blamed third-party software apps for possible security lapses that may have led to its users' private photos being at risk of online publication by hackers.
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Xerox has unveiled new functionalities, apps and products for its ConnectKey 1.5 software and technology, to simplify the evolving workplace.
The latest enhancements include four new multifunction printers (MFPs), including two A4
More than 94 per cent of popular Android applications used in the Middle East are potentially vulnerable, according to a new research highlighting security risks in the internal storage used by applications on Google Android devices.