IT & Telecom
June 23, 2011
Middle East business leaders have outlined the importance of IT innovation for their companies’ 2011 growth strategy.
VIVA is introducing its new 2011 roaming rates for customers traveling to any GCC destination. The new rates will become effective starting July 1st, 2011.
June 22, 2011
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in mobile devices, today announced the launch of its revolutionary Smartphone, the GALAXY S II.
Celebrating its third anniversary, wi-tribe, the leader in wireless Internet service, announced its expansion strategy under the new slogan of “Create Your Own World”.
Samsung announced the introduction of RC Notebook series with the launch of the 14.0” RC420, 15.6” RC520 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
HP announced new solutions, advanced technology and an expanded entrepreneur program to enable small and midsize businesses (SMBs) to drive growth.
Honeywell today concluded its series of annual country road shows across the key Middle East countries of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, and Kuwait.
Huawei announced the launch date of the Huawei MediaPad, the world’s first 7-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet.
ZOTAC International, today expands the GeForce Multiview line-up with the addition of the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 550 Ti Multiview.
Nokia added to its device portfolio with the launch of three new affordable phones – the Nokia C2-02, Nokia C2-03 and Nokia C2-06.
Organisations across the Middle East are placing more emphasison managing their security investments as they brace themselves for the prospect of increased vulnerabilities.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop demonstrated how the company is making significant progress on the new strategy it laid out earlier this year.
STC continues to drive its fiber optics network (VERVE) with an aim to achieve increased growth in homes connected with fiber optics across the Kingdom.
June 21, 2011
Sony Ericsson Middle East today announced that more than 10 new additional games are optimized and now available for Xperia PLAY users in the region.
IBM announced new cloud services that enable clients to protect, store and retrieve their most critical data in minutes versus days in the event of a disaster.