Bahrain is promising further advancements in online services, despite already being ranked among the top 20 in the world in a United Nations (UN) report.
The kingdom was placed 18th overall out of 193 countries
About 50 per cent of traffic on a leading online travel agency’s website in the UAE comes from mobile devices and it accounts for about 35 per cent of overall bookings.
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India could allow global online retailers such as Amazon.com to sell their own products as early as next month, removing restrictions that could boost competition in one of the world's biggest, and most price-sensitive, retail markets.
The exponential growth of online shopping in the Middle East will be the main theme of an upcoming summit in Dubai.
The ArabNet Digital Summit 2014, which will be held from June 3 to 5 at the Atlantis the Palm,
Travelauto.com, the first online car rental to be launched in the UAE, is set to launch its limousine service, targeting the customers who would require luxury cars and stretched limos, said the company’s chief executive.
Majority of Saudi Arabian and UAE travellers use smart phones to access online services, said a study released ahead of The Arabian Travel Market (ATM).
The ATM Travel Technology Theatre which runs alongside the exhibition f
Eset, a global leader in proactive digital protection, has launched an online store that will cater to both business and home customers in the region with anti-virus and IT security products.
The e-store, launc
Bahrain's traffic department has taken a major step towards offering all of its services online.
It has teamed up with the e-Government Authority to launch a mobile application that could save motorists the
An overwhelming majority (91 per cent) of consumers find it easier to purchase in-store than either online or by mobile, while about 46 per cent said they plan to buy more online in future, according to a survey.
The inventor of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee, has called for bill of rights to protect freedom of speech on the Internet and users' rights after leaks about government surveillance of online activity.
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