More than 60,000 fake mobiles worth Dh48 million ($130.6 million) were seized from August 9 to 23 by Dubai Police’s Criminal Investigations Department (CID), said a report.
The CID’s Anti-Economic Crime Department reco
Dubai’s foreign trade in phones totalled Dh163 billion ($44.37 billion) in 2013, representing about 12 per cent of the emirate’s overall foreign trade volume, according to the latest data released by the Dubai Customs.
Airlines with direct flights to the US have been told to tighten screening of mobile phones and shoes in response to intelligence reports of increased threats from al Qaeda-affiliated militant groups, US officials said on Thursday.
Etisalat, the UAE’s leading telecommunication services provider, has launched two new bundles offering as low as 20 fils per minute calls from Etisalat home telephone to any mobile network in the UAE.
Claimed to be the lowes
More than half of passengers would use their mobiles for flight status, baggage status and airport directions and by 2016 the majority of airlines and airports will offer these services, according to a study.
In total, 100 per cen
Egypt's Telecommunications Minister Atef Helmy said on Sunday the country's long awaited unified telecom licence for both mobiles and landlines will be activated within three months.
The licence would allow telecommunicati
British Airways will become the first airline in Europe to allow its customers to use their handheld electronic devices during taxiing, take-off and landing, said a top official.
“We know that our customers want to use their
The smart home concept has been around for years. Who does not wish for a smart home? Nowadays, the technology has come a long way and the applications are a lot more intriguing.
Consumers who were excited about the smart home con
Nokia plans to cut one in five jobs at its global cellphone business as it loses market share to rivals Apple and Samsung and burns through cash, raising new fears over its future.
In a second profit warning in nine weeks, Nokia said on Th