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UAE fully ready for tech disruptions of the future

The UAE is all set to meet the challenges that disruptive technologies will bring in the coming years, experts at the fifth edition of the Global Innovation Summit said. Jointly hosted by the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai and SPI Greatsands Group, the event celebrated the achievements of several innovators across various sectors including technology, aviation, and healthcare. …

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Dafza starts work on $871mln Dubai e-commerce city

Launched in 2017, Dubai CommerCity is spread over an area of 2.1 million sq ft in Umm Ramool, Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (Dafza) and UAE developer Wasl Asset Management Group said early works have commenced on their ambitious Dh3.2 billion ($871 million) Dubai CommerCity project and the piling and shoring will begin next year. Launched in 2017, Dubai CommerCity is …

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Egypt’s Universities Open Up to Blended Learning

Egypt’s new academic year, which has just begun, has a new feature, with universities enrolling students in academic programs based on blended learning for the first time. One high-profile example of this approach, in which students learn through a combination of traditional classroom lectures and online courses, can be seen at the American University in Cairo. The university has started …

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Global E-Learning Market and E-Learning Courses Market 2018 Growing Demand by Advancements, Latest Technologies, Key Players Analysis Forecast 2023

Global E-learning Market 2018-2023 E-learning is delivered through the Internet and used electronic resources to transfer skill and knowledge to several recipients. Scope of the Global E-learning Market Report This report studies the E-learning market status and outlook of Global and major regions, from angles of players, countries, product types and end industries; this report analyzes the top players in …

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UAE preparing to launch KhalifaSat in Japan

The UAE’s commercial space industry will also be positively impacted by the launch of this satellite. The UAE’s first fully Emirati-built satellite has reached Japan’s island of Tanegashima for its upcoming liftoff to space on October 29. The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) posted a video of KhalifaSat’s journey to Tanegashima on Twitter on Friday, where the satellite can …

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Could Rain from Bahrain be what MENA cryptocurrency traders have been waiting for?

Fledgling cryptocurrency exchange Rain hopes to become the region’s first to achieve full licensure Digital currency exchange Rain is aiming to become the first licensed cryptocurrency exchange in the Gulf Cooperation Council after graduating from Bahrain’s fintech sandbox. The exchange’s founders have been in discussions for two years to try to achieve a stable legal framework for digital currency traders, …

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Will Morocco’s Chinese-Funded ‘Tech City’ Ever Break Ground?

In the desert scrubland of Morocco’s Tangier region, a donkey laden with water bottles trots down a pebble lane chased by two small children. A farmer herds his cows in the near distance. Crickets leap in the dry grass. It’s within these gently undulating hills, just inland from the coast, that China plans to build an entire city that will …

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UAE Space Agency to unveil investment strategy in October

Total Emirati investments in space sector valued at over $5.98bln so far in 2018 The UAE Space Agency has been preparing a full-fledged strategy to invest in the GCC country’s space sector in cooperation with relevant authorities. The anticipated strategy will be announced next October, according to the local business platform Arabian Business. The strategy aims at reinforcing the contribution …

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Lack of regulation may have hindered fintech development – MEVP CEO

The amount invested in fintech firms around the world in the first half of 2018 has surpassed the figure for the whole of 2017 Investments in financial technology (fintech) companies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) have been lower than in other parts of the world due to the lack of a regulatory framework, meaning that few firms …

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Making the case for 5G in region: Which country’s taking the lead?

Did you know that on a 5G network, you can download the latest season of your favorite show in HD in the time it takes to board a plane? When it comes to the next generation of mobile network technology, some telecom executives have become 5G pessimists, having lost their faith in the power of technology to deliver more. A …

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