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.
Louvre Abu Dhabi: From patch of sand to the outline of a masterpiece
One year ago what will be the magnificent new Louvre Abu Dhabi museum was little more than a few steel rods and concrete stumps in the Saadiyat Island sand – but just look at it now.
Plan to form Abu Dhabi School Orchestra in the next year
Abu Dhabi hopes to form the first emirate-wide school orchestra within the next year, officials announced at a concert on Monday.
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.
At the moment 32 services can be accessed by people using Android, iOS, Windows and BlackBerry devices, with a further 170 due to be released between now and May 2015.
The ‘Capture Creativity’ competition has been launched by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority and seeks to celebrate the inaugural Dubai Art Season.
EPFL has come together with other partners to set up an independent technology prize called the Flying Donkey Challenge. The first of what will be an annual series of escalating technical challenges is due to take place in Africa in November.
Prof Omar El Agnaf, a medical scientist at UAE University in Al Ain, has developed a molecular tool that could let doctors use brain scans to find out if a patient has Parkinson’s.
The multiple ways of connecting with others using technology has made it easier to be unfaithful, says marriage counsellor.
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.