Posts Tagged ‘mobile’
Huawei has recently held a pre-MWC 2017 briefing in London, during which the company’s Carrier BG President Zou Zhilei noted that a ‘Better Connected World’ is fast approaching.
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At CES 2017, Huawei Consumer Business Group’s CEO Richard Yu shared Huawei’s vision of the next frontier in mobile – the Intelligent Phone, an AI-powered device.
Former Finish phone giant Nokia is looking to make a comeback into the smartphone market after its acquisition by Microsoft in 2014.
Ericsson has released its Mobility Report for the Middle East and North East Africa, which predicted that 5G subscriptions will reach 20 Million by 2022 in region.
Lenovo has launched the Phab2 Pro “the world’s first Tango-enabled smartphone,” which is set to be available from 15th of December across all major retailers in the UAE.
Aruba has announced that it will be launching its ‘Aruba Mobile-First Platform’ during its participation at GITEX Technology Week.
According to a recent research by IDC, ensuring high levels of security of data and systems, and guaranteeing business continuity are the top IT priorities among Middle East and Africa (MEA) decision-makers in the healthcare industry.
Apple has introduced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which the company claims to be “the best, most advanced iPhone ever, packed with unique innovations that improve all the ways iPhone is used every day.”
While it may still be years away, developing an understanding of how 5G will impact your enterprise will be hugely beneficial in the long run.
China’s Xiaomi has entered the laptop market with the release of its new notebook, Mi Notebook Air, which runs Microsoft’s Windows 10.
BlackBerry Limited has announced the release of DTEK50, its latest smartphone powered by Android, following the Priv.
Etisalat has announced the launch of its new global business roaming packages, offering incoming voice as well as data services for its frequent international business travellers.
According to the telco company, the new service will allow its mobile customers, both prepaid and post-paid, to use LTE for full voice and data services on a single LTE-enabled device.
Focusing just on the ‘Big’ could diminish competitive advantage and only yield minimal benefits for Middle East organisations, Lee Miles writes.
Chris Chelliah, Group Vice President and Chief Architect, Core Technology and Cloud, Oracle Asia Pacific, discusses how hybrid cloud is blurring the lines between public and private cloud capabilities.
Ericsson has outlined its strategy to drive 5G in the industry during the 5G World Series, formerly LTE MENA, sharing its experiences from four generations of mobile networks and strong global 5G engagements.
Mid-March saw Huawei’s return to technology showpiece CeBit in Germany, with a booth that engulfed most of Hannover Exhibition Centre’s Hall 2. There, they put an emphasis on ‘Safe Cities’, making it clear that the Middle East is in their sights for a range of new solutions.
According to the 10th annual Cisco VNI report, the Middle East and Africa will see a growth rate of 71 percent in mobile data traffic by 2020.
During last week’s Mobile World Congress Huawei and other players from the mobile industry laid the foundation for wider commercial use of 4.5G & 5G broadband, which they considered the backbone of today’s digital economy.
The US Court of Appeals recently tossed a nearly $120 million judgement against Samsung, Bloomberg reports, ruling that two disputed patents held by Apple were not valid.
Released in 2004, the Motorola Razr was widely considered to be the start of a new trend in mobile devices – the era of the flip phone.
InfiNet Wireless is set to unveil the latest version of its product, the InfiLINK XG, at this year’s Mobile World Congress which will be held in Barcelona from 22nd to 25th February, 2016.
Etisalat announced that it will exclusively introduce the latest 4G LTE Mi smart devices from the Xiaomi stable for its UAE customers.
Samsung Electronics has appointed D.J. Koh, Head of Mobile Research and Development, as the new Chief of Mobile Communications Business.
Norton by Symantec recently released its findings from the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report revealing over 2 million UAE citizens experienced cybercrime in the past year.
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After months of leaks, rumors, and non-announcements, BlackBerry is putting the Priv up for pre-order on its website.
Red Hat recently announced that it has been named the leader in mobile infrastructure services, in the “Forrester Wave Mobile Infrastructure Services, Q3 2015,” by Forrester Research.
Etisalat announced today that it will offer its mobile customers the opportunity to book their upcoming travel for free upon subscription to its New Postpaid plans.
BlackBerry has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Good Technology (Good) for $425 million.
Huawei has introduced its Huawei watch to markets in Europe at the IFA consumer technology conference in Berlin.
China’s Xiaomi remains confident thaXiaomit it can sell at least 80 million phones this year, despite slowing market demand and encroaching rivals.
A report published by Aruba Networks, an HP company, has found that organisations in western countries top mobile security and pinpointed the most at-risk nations.
Samsung Electronics plans a last appeal to the US Supreme Court to avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars in fines for infringing Apple patents.
In a recent post on the Google Blog, Product Manager Trond Wuellner announced the company’s entry into the Wi-Fi router market with the new product called OnHub.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled the fifth generation of the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy S6 edge+ in the GCC. Sporting a better designed S Pen and next-level wireless charging technology, the Galaxy Note5 is set to raise productivity to new heights, while the Galaxy S6 edge+ delivers a comprehensive multimedia experience, according to the company.
Samsung will soon be launching its mobile payment service, a new offering that aims to compete with heavyweights Apple and Google.
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Red Hat today released findings from its recent mobile survey revealing trends in enterprise mobility hiring priorities for 2015.
Facebook has posted strong sales results for the second quarter, showing continued success in its advertising business, though its costs also rose sharply.
Samsung has suffered falling sales and profits during the April to June period due to the lack in demand for its flagship Galaxy S6 smartphone and higher marketing costs.
According to recent reports, Qualcomm is under investigation by the European Union, under the suspicion having anti-competitive movements in the 3G and 4G smartphone chipset market.
Given Nokia’s former status as the go-to company for a reliable mobile, it seems sad that it has faded into obscurity, the handset business now under the Microsoft Mobile brand. The 3310, however, stands as a testament to all that was once great about the Finnish firm.