Tecno Mobile, a leading Chinese manufacturer of high-end smartphones and feature phones, has entered the Middle East market with the launch of two new phones.
The company is introducing to the market the newest variants of its fla
Kuwait has advised citizens to make sure their phones contain no material that might be seen as being linked to Islamist militants before travelling to the US, local media reported on Saturday, after three men were denied entry in July.
Dubai-based Thuraya Telecommunications, a leading mobile satellite services (MSS) operator, has signed an agreement with Vietnam’s VNPT VinaPhone to establish satellite services in the country.
Thuraya will also make its lan
A woman was fined and ordered to be deported from the UAE for breaching her husband's privacy by checking his cell phone to see if he was cheating on her, Gulf News reported on Wednesday.
The unnamed Arab expatriate was fined
About 20 per cent of telephone users in Bahrain are dissatisfied with the service they get, according to a new survey, reported the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
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Fetchr, a UAE-based shipping and logistics start-up using cutting edge technology to overcome shipping challenges in the Middle East, is rolling out its service to Bahrain.
Using cutting edge technology, Fetchr
DASS, the mobile phones manufacturing arm of Abu Dhabi-based Premium Electronics, has announced the launch of its new dual SIM smartphone DASS H-ONE.
The phone is designed specifically to suit the requirements of government sector
Microsoft Corp on Friday confirmed it will close Nokia Oyj's former handset product development unit in Salo, Finland, and will cut a total of up to 2,300 jobs in the Nordic country.
The cuts, initially announced in July, are
Leading UAE telecommunications operators Etisalat and Du reported a decline of nearly 649,000 subscribers in June, the largest monthly decline, according to a report.
The total number of mobile phone users decl
Emirates airlines has launched 30 wireless charging trays for most smartphones in its First Class and Business Class Lounges in Concourse A, B and C in Dubai, allowing passengers to now stay fully charged while travelling.
With free wi-