Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Tech & Telecoms

Thorough Security: G4S – World’s leading global integrated security company

G4S, the world’s leading global integrated security company, leaves nothing unattended when providing their services to customers across numerous countries over six continents. “I’m truly...

Liquid water lake detected on Mars – Could there be life...

A massive underground lake has been detected for the first time on Mars, raising the possibility that more water - and maybe even life...

Saudi Red Cross plane forced to land due to air space...

A Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen on Tuesday said it forced a Red Cross plane to land in southern Saudi Arabia after it veered...

Saudi: First smart pharmacy run by a Robot launched

The Kingdom’s first smart pharmacy operated by a robot was launched at King Fahd Specialist Hospital on Thursday. It is hoped that the smart pharmacy...

Bahrain starts its own space program

  Bahrain has set up a “space team” with the aim of launching the kingdom’s first satellite into orbit in the next two years, according...

Israel announces new high-tech AI tank for “guerrilla clashes”

The Israeli army on Thursday revealed details of a new tank it was developing, designed more for use in guerrilla warfare conditions. The Merkava 4...

Saudi Aramco in talks for stake in world’s no. 4 chemical...

Saudi Aramco said on Thursday it is looking to buy a stake in petrochemical maker Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), a move that could...

Bahrain to launch its first artificial satellite in 2 years

Bahrain is setting up a highly-qualified team to launch its first artificial satellite in space within two years. The National Space Science Agency (NSSA)...

Qatar “Seeks $4 Billion Loan” for Typhoon Fighter Jets

Qatar is seeking to raise more than $4 billion from banks to finance the purchase of Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets, according to people with...

Expat in ‘desperate state of health’ after being locked up for...

A British expat who was jailed in the United Arab Emirates for sending an 'electronic insult' has been freed. Christian Wilke was said to have sent...

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