Regional telecommunication leaders outlined how upcoming innovations in mobile broadband technology are likely to impact the Middle East in the coming year as the digital era brings people, ideas and businesses closer together.
Nokia is planning how to revive its brand name in consumer markets just months after selling off its former flagship mobile phones business to Microsoft for more than $7 billion, said the company’s chief executive.
Don't call it a comeback yet. But Nokia is thinking about how to revive its brand name in consumer markets just months after selling off its former flagship mobile phones business to Microsoft for more than $7 billion.
Half of the world’s population will be using mobile devices to access the internet by 2020, according to new data released by GSMA Intelligence.
At the GSMA Mobile 360-Africa event recently, it said that it is calculated tha
GTA, a leading global travel wholesaler, has unveiled its first ever mobile tool to make life easier for the world’s travel agents and provide them with new revenue opportunities at the ongoing World Travel Market event.
About 90 per cent of mobile Internet users in Saudi Arabia and UAE, and 60 per cent in Egypt have used their phone while in store to check prices, product reviews or ask friends for advice, a report said.
Around 81 per cent and 44
Bahrainis and expats will soon be able to register complaints, suggestions and enquiries about government services direct from their mobile phones.
Plans are underway to develop a mobile application for the national complaints and
Mobily, a leading teleom operator in Saudi Arabia, said its Wi-Fi network has registered a significant growth in the volume of data exchanged at the holy sites on the day of Arafa.
The telecom firm attributed this growth to the expansio
Etihad Airways today announced the deployment of mobile and internet connectivity across its entire fleet of 24 Boeing 777 passenger aircraft, making it easier for passengers to stay in touch with friends, family and work whilst in the air.
Intel Corp said it will pay as much as $1.5 billion for a 20 per cent stake in two mobile chipmakers with ties to the Chinese government, in the hopes of catching up in a smartphone chip industry dominated by rival Qualcomm.