Majority of the companies (about 44 per cent) in Saudi Arabia have already implemented or are planning to deploy a cloud computing model in their offices, said a survey.
There is a growing interest among public sector entities in
Several international automobile makers are exhibiting their latest car models in a motor show in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The 36th edition of the five-day Saudi International Motor Show will run till December 19 at the Jeddah Centre
Apple said it sold more than 10 million iPhones in the first weekend after its new models went on sale on Friday, underscoring strong demand for phones with larger displays.
Chief executive Tim Cook said the company could have sol
Boeing asked airlines on Sunday to inspect aircraft worldwide to gather data on Honeywell International emergency beacons that have come under scrutiny following a fire on a parked 787 Dreamliner two weeks ago.
Up to 1,200 aircraf
Nikon is launching two Coolpix S-series models – the slim S6500 with Wi-Fi compatibility and high-power zoom, and the S2700 with extensive automatic shooting functions and easy operation.
The S6500 is a compact wide-angle, h
The BMW Group will launch two models under a new sub-brand “BMW i” from 2013 – the BMW i3 and the BMW i8 – expanding the automaker’s range of premium mobility services.
“It’s a new day in our industry; a new era for individual mobility. Th
Luxury Swiss watchmaker Baume & Mercier has officially launched its 2012 novelties in the Middle East including the ‘Capeland’ collections for men, ‘Linea’ for women, and ‘Hampton’ for both men and women.
The new models from these huge
The all-new Lexus GS and LX570 were yesterday (March 5) launched in Bahrain by Ebrahim Khalil Kanoo, the exclusive dealer for Lexus and Toyota in the Kingdom.
Present at the company showroom, the event venue, were Toyota Motor Corporation
HTC Corp promised competitive new models early next year and said it would stick to its strategy in the face of its biggest challenge since rising to prominence in the smartphone market.
HTC has become the worst performer among global smar