Nokia Asha 503 review: Affordable but so slow and cumbersome
The Nokia 503 offers many of the main functions of a fancy smartphone and at just Dh349, however, it can be a frustrating experience.
In pictures: Construction progress of the Louvre Abu Dhabi one year on
Construction of the Louvre Abu Dhabi started in March 2013, where the site was a little more than a depression filled with thousands of concrete stumps and steel rods. Twelve months later, the first gallery is complete and the shape of the dome is clearly taking form.
Where to find Afghan restaurants in the UAE
To taste Afghan food, you have to be willing to search for it. Here's our lowdown on the cuisine's deep, complex flavours – and where to try it in the UAE.
Executive travel: Bliss en route to Boston with Emirates Airline business class
Emirates Airlines launched its first direct flight to Boston last week amid a flurry of media attention. So what is it really like to fly business class on the new route?
Pele clarifies position after Brazil protesters brand him ‘traitor of the century’
Pele has moved to clarify his stance on the demonstrations sweeping across Brazil after protesters in Rio de Janeiro last week called him the 'traitor of the century'.
Bold and Beautiful stars come out to play in the UAE
Bold, beautiful and, thanks to the UAE weather, probably soon to be bronzed, the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful have landed in the UAE ahead of filming for the popular, long-running television show.
March 9, 2014
Deyaar said that it would spend Dh900 million developing 350 serviced apartments and 219 apartments at The Atria project, a twin-tower scheme in Dubai’s Business Bay area.
March 3, 2014
On Monday, the Court of Cassation ruled the case should be returned to the Appeals Court to be heard before a new panel of judges although he was cleared of corruption charges in February 2013.
February 25, 2014
Deyaar said that its property and asset management arm had added 2,600 new homes and offices mostly in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman, to its portfolio in 2013.
February 16, 2014
Dubai property developer Deyaar said today that it planned to allow foreigners to begin investing in its shares and hold up to 25 per cent of its share capital.
February 11, 2014
Under UAE rules, most companies listed in Abu Dhabi and Dubai may choose to allow investors from outside the UAE or GCC to buy up to 49 per cent of their shares.
October 28, 2013
Lawyers representing education provider Taaleem, National Bonds Corporation and Deyaar Development delivered opening statements in the DIFC Courts, on the first day of the trial in Taaleem’s case against the other two firms.
October 27, 2013
The lawsuit over the sale of Sky Gardens, one of the most notorious disputes arising from Dubai’s property crash in 2008, finally comes to trial today.
October 16, 2013
With the expiration of permits allowing employees working in Al Ain and living in Oman’s Al Buraimi territory to move across the border without visas, what happening to Al Ain’s housing market?
December 6, 2012
Markets Update: Dubai stocks rose to a four-week high as banks and property firms made headway in early trading, buoyed by increases for emerging market stocks worldwide.
September 27, 2012
Property stocks are hit hard as the eurozone debt crisis rears its head and Spain is put in the spotlight.
September 27, 2012
World markets recoil in early trading and local property stocks take a hit.
August 29, 2012
Markets Update: Markets cool for a third straight day in early trading after Japan delivers a downbeat assessment of its economy.
August 27, 2012
Markets Update:Traditionally, sharp swings in stock values without much explanation occur at the end of the week or before a major holiday - not at the start of the first full week of...
April 16, 2012
Markets Update: Du is down 9.92 per cent in early trading, as its shares corrected a last minute trade before the close yesterday.