April 1, 2014
Dubai World Cup Horse Racing 2014-- get off your high horses and check out how those Arabian horsies performed!
Sharjah’s hotel revenue is expected to increase by at least 10 per cent this year.
The Saudi film about a girl's mission to buy a bicycle is all yours for the screening free of charge in Dubai.
March 31, 2014
This year's Dubai World Cup was overwhelmed with a burst of a colorful variety of fabulous hats, sexy and classic numbers, and to-die-for prizes.
Please say it ain't so. The Swedish DJ we've been waiting to hear has had some health issues that might cause a cancellation of his upcoming Dubai gig.
Despite a busy Saturday night in Dubai, the joint effort of its residents to switch off lights for 60 minutes during Earth Hour resulted in energy savings of 255,000kWh - enough energy to power 16 average homes for one year - which is 22 per cent higher than last year’s savings.
It's gonna be epic at the Emirates Palace Hotel tonight as Michael Fadel fills the stage with a stellar performance, no doubt.
The tourism dirham, a new fee announced by the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) in January, takes effect on Monday.
TwoFour54 and Image Nation partner for new Emirati film in the beautiful UAE.
March 30, 2014
Thank you, Jennifer Lopez, for a Dubai gig that didn't disappoint.
Business IT spending in the UAE is forecast to reach $4.36 billion in 2014, increasing 8.3 per cent year-on-year, according to a report from International Data Corporation (IDC).
Companies around the world are eager to find out what the temporary relaxation of sanctions, in addition to the future expected lifting of sanctions, could mean for accessing the Iranian market.
Etisalat is now upgrading smartphone service up to 3g for Emirati customers for whopping $82.
Souq.com, an aptly named domain for the Arabic term for ‘shopping markets’, was started nearly around a decade ago in 2005 and formed one of the major revolutionising business paradigm for the Middle Eastern region.
March 28, 2014
Shaikh Mohammed said: “The aim is to make smart services part of the daily life of the society. The smarter the services are, the happier people become.”