Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of its new washer WW9000, equipped with its smart control functions.
Having a capacity of 10 Kg, the machine is wider and has a higher door. The ergonomic design makes loading and unloading l
Automated voting machines could be used for the first time in Bahrain during national elections later this year, it has emerged.
Officials hope they would speed up the process when people cast their ballots in
A young Bahraini woman who invented a life-changing physiotherapy machine has been honoured at the Invention and New Product Exposition (Inpex), in the US.
Amina Al Hawaj, who gained international recogni
A specially equipped cash machine has been installed for the blind and partially sighted in Isa Town.
The ATM was unveiled in a ceremony yesterday by the Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait (BBK) at its Financial Mall, said a report in the
Zotac International, a leading manufacturer of graphics cards, mainboards and mini-PCs, has previewed the ZBox Steam Machine mini-PC with Steam OS at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas.
The Zotax ZBox Steam Ma
Bahrain-based M H Al Mahroos Company will be showcasing its construction and access machines that represent all ranges of equipment in these segments when it participates in The Big 5 2013 next week.
The company is a regional prov
Samsung Electronics Levant has launched its new Samsung Wobble washing machine for the region.
The new durable top-loading appliance with Wobble technology transforms the laundry experience by preserving clothing quality whi
The machine-to-machine (M2M) market in the Mena region is set to generate more than $2 billion by 2016, providing important opportunities for governments, telecom operators, automotive players and insurance companies, said a report.
Unilever’s Lipton Jebel Ali factory based in Dubai has installed a composting machine to treat the organic waste output recently.
This installation follows its revelation that the factory has achieved its goal of sending zer
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, the custodian of the two holy mosques, has allocated SR400 million ($106.6 million) to support kidney patients in the kingdom, said a report.
The King Abdullah International Foundation for Human