10 Technologies to Transform the Middle East Over the Next Decade
From artificial intelligence to autonomous vehicles, transformative science and technology has driven impactful change across the GCC countries in recent years. With regional governments now set to reduce oil dependency through policy and regulation change, the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the phenomenon of the Internet of Things (IoT) is... Read more
Saudi Arabia to Launch 5G Corporate Services in Early 2020
Nasser bin Sulaiman Al-Nasser, STC Group CEO, said STC has increased the number of sites equipped with 5G in various regions across Saudi Arabia. He said the fifth-generation (5G) corporate services will be launched in early 2020 and that today the Kingdom is considered among the countries best prepared... Read more
No More Android 9 Pie Devices After January 2020 Ends
The US based search giant Google is making it compulsory for smartphone manufacturer to ship devices with Android 10 after January 31, 2020. After the above mentioned date, Google will only approve new devices running the latest Android version, Android 10 and the company will stop approving new devices... Read more
Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori has landed back on Earth
Emirati astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori has returned to Earth. After eight days in space Al Mansoori, the country’s first astronaut, touched down safely in Kazakhstan this afternoon (Thursday) just before 3pm (Dubai time). Footage broadcast by Russia’s space agency showed the Soyuz MS-12 capsule carrying Al Mansoori, NASA astronaut... Read more
Develop an Eco-Friendly House with These Affordable Gadgets
Gadgets for the home are a saturated market at the moment with a number of companies producing the next best gadget. But what about gadgets to help your household develop an eco-friendlier lifestyle? With a number of eco-friendly gadgets costing a small fortune, it may seem tempting to apply... Read more
Microsoft Releases New Windows 10 Update Warning
Microsoft has released an update to fix the CPU spiking search problem picked up by Windows latest KB4515384 update which was causing issues with the start menu. “Typical Microsoft, fixes the CPU usage by completely breaking search so it can not even be used,” Forbes.com quoted one affected user.... Read more
CT Lung Cancer Screening Can Detect Other Serious Smoking-related Conditions
Latest Lungs News THURSDAY, Sept. 12, 2019 (HealthDay News) — CT lung cancer screening can detect other serious smoking-related conditions, such as heart disease, osteoporosis and emphysema, researchers say. Medical experts consider lung cancer screening an effective way to detect malignant tumors at earlier, more treatable stages. Now, new... Read more
Robotic Doberman to Detect Guns, Explosives
The four-legged robots are not a novelty anymore. Scientists from Florida Atlantic University’s Machine Perception and Cognitive Robotics Laboratory (MPCR) have assembled the skills of all robots in one dog-like robot that can perform many of a real dog tasks. A report published by the university on August 15... Read more
Iran and China to Improve Mutual Ties in the Fields of Science and Technology
More than 50 Iranian knowledge-based companies are slated to visit Chinese cities of Shenzhen and Shanghai in November 10-14, 2019, in a bid to develop ties with their counterparts and partners in the Far Eastern country. An Iranian delegation, comprised of representative from 50 knowledge-based companies, and led by... Read more
China’s Huawei, the Tech Giant Under Scrutiny for its Alleged Links to the Chinese Government
China’s Huawei, the tech giant under scrutiny for its alleged links to the Chinese government, has become caught up in a controversy surrounding the representation of Taiwan. Huawei has come under fire for allegedly implying in its smartphone settings that Taiwan is independent. Despite a backlash on social media,... Read more