Facebook already knows a lot about your online activities and you are pretty much aware of it. But a new media investigation has revealed that the social networking giant buys data on your offline activities without your knowledge. Continue reading Revealed: Facebook buys data on what you do offline
The function of social media networks has evolved in recent years faster than anyone expected. Continue reading How social media is influencing online shopping
A giant South Korean-built manned robot that walks like a human but makes the ground shake under its weight has taken its first baby steps.
The Internet of things (IoT) is rapidly gaining momentum in the GCC healthcare industry. Continue reading IoT is just what the doctor prescribes for GCC hospitals
Google is relying on crowd sourcing to make the world more wheelchair-friendly. The search giant has launched a new feature through Google Maps that lists whether a location is wheelchair-accessible. Continue reading Wheelchair accessible? Just ask Google Maps
China has launched a new satellite designed to track carbon dioxide emissions, according to state-sponsored news agency Xinhua, the latest step in its newfound commitment to greener policies and international climate accords. Continue reading China launches emissions-tracking satellite, as nation eyes climate leadership
Children visiting KidZania at The Dubai Mall can now join a team in designing and manufacturing their very own observation satellite, before witnessing the launch and then controlling the satellite as it orbits the earth. Continue reading Design your satellite at Dubai Mall
Aimed at promoting and sustaining healthy lifestyles and healthcare, the Dubai Health Authority, DHA, is organising ‘Dubai Health Forum’ under the patronage of Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, from January 9 -10, 2017.
A dusty village on the outskirts of Ningde, a third-tier city in China’s southeast, seems an unlikely place for the headquarters of a potential global leader in future automotive technology.
Graphene – often touted as the ‘wonder material’ – can transmit extremely high currents, making it a potential building block for next-generation ultra-fast electronics, scientists say.