Name game for Dubai Mall’s 155 million-year-old visitor
Suggestions have been coming in thick and fast to name the Dubai Mall dinosaur.
In pictures: Crashing Ford cars to make them safer
It takes high-tech computing power, dummies fitted with up to $700,000 in sensors and about 600 full-scale crash tests a year to ensure Ford vehicles meet global safety standards.
In pictures: The seventh Abu Dhabi Awards
There were seven winners of the seventh Abu Dhabi Awards who were honoured in a glittering ceremony at Emirates Palace hotel on March 11, 2014.
Who’s sitting in that aircraft seat?
Interpol reckon up to 40 million lost or stolen passports and identity papers are scattered over the world. Yet many countries do not follow the UAE’s lead and make regular checks on Interpol’s database, making it easy for the fake papers to be used globally.
Jeff Dunham brings Achmed to Abu Dhabi
Not everyone finds the American ventriloquist's characters funny.
Rampaging fat cat attacks baby and takes US family hostage
The ferocious feline first went for the seven-month-old baby, prompting owner Lee Palmer to kick the animal up the backside, but that served only to antagonise it further, forcing him to call 911.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, announced the decision.
Sixty buyers fought to outbid each other for the memorable number and its accompanying VIP Etisalat package during a mobile phone auction held on Saturday.
Shaikha Al Suwaidi, a final-year student at Khalifa University, is creating an arm which will use sensory signals from the body.
Young creators showed off their designs - which included a homemade flame thrower - at Innovator 2014.
Innovator 2014 brought together tinkerers, tech enthusiasts, crafters, car tuners, IT programmers and designers, while also featuring shows, speakers and interactive experiences.
Students are looking at preventing foot problems associated with the disease and creating a shoe insert with sensors.
Abu Dhabi University has encouraged its first batch of undergraduates to get more involved in research.
Experts say the biggest challenge in making Dubai's Smart City project a reality is how to manage resources
Dubai's Police force has unveiled a new super boat reported to be the ‘fastest police boat in the GCC’. The 10-metre long vessel was displayed at the Dubai International Boat Show.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Ruler of Dubai, reviewed plans from various government departments, which included Wi-Fi access in all parks, buses and taxis.
The boats are being used along the Corniche at Al Khaled Lagoon, operated by staff from Tandeef, the waste collection and street cleaning division of Bee’ah.
The boats are currently being used along the Corniche at the Al Khaled Lagoon and are being operated by a staff from Tandeef, the waste collection and street cleaning division of Bee’ah.
Higher Colleges of Technology students participate in paperless classroom project.
Global threats have reached their highest recorded level, increasing 14 per cent from 2012 to 2013.