IT & Telecom
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.
HP today announced that Middle East telecoms giant Etisalat has been selected as one of its eight 2010 EMEA Business Optimization Champions.
du was honoured with the esteemed International Business Green IT award by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (Canada).
Etisalat announced the enhancement of its Tawa’am dual-SIM single-number service, offering customers the convenience of revised and simplified customer codes.
Dubai Internet City, a member of TECOM Investments, in conjunction with technology major Google, will host two workshops.
Google, the famous search engine, is celebrating today, June 21, the birthday of the late famous classical singer, Abdel Haklim Hafez, who died 34 years ago.
Technology – gadgets, internet, social networks – has been an indispensible part of our lifestyle and it is now nearly impossible to imagine life without all of these.
Nokia today announced the Nokia N9, built for people who appreciate a stunning blend of design and the latest smartphone technology.
At the International Supercomputing Conference, Intel Corporation vice president outlined the company’s vision to achieve ExaFLOP/s performance by the end of this decade.
The latest independent Canalys study of worldwide enterprise security market share found that Trend Micro Incorporated is the world’s fastest-growing leading content security vendor.
Brocade won top distinction for its industry leading Brocade MLXe core router and Brocade VDX Data Center Switch.
STC presented “Concierge” service which was designed especially for key Al Jawal customers for free.
June 20, 2011
BeautifulPeople.com, the dating website that only accepts members who pass an attractiveness rating, is claiming that it has been hit by a computer virus.
DubaiSat-1 has relayed images of the South African city of Cape Town, a world-leading hub of commerce and tourism with a fast-expanding infrastructure.