The Indian-based firm Indus Net Technologies (INT), is planning to enter the UAE technology market. The firm is a trusted partner of the fastest-growing Enterprises, Agencies, SMEs, and Startups across 20+ countries. Abhishek Rungta, Founder and CEO of Indus
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The move means the more than 80 Microsoft stores closed due to the coronavirus pandemic will not reopen as the tech giant enters "a new approach to retail," according to a statement. "Microsoft will continue to invest in its digital storefronts on Microsoft.com, and stores in Xbox and Windows," the statement said.
Amazon.com Inc on Wednesday said actor Samuel L. Jackson and other celebrities will voice speech for the company's virtual assistant Alexa, while the voice aid will also be built into a new wearable line of earbuds, eyeglasses and a ring.
UAE-based tech company Loyica has continued to provide digital transformation services to local businesses using Saphyte, a cloud-based sales platform designed by the company to enhance partner businesses’ marketing efforts, allowing them to continue reaching out to customers and adapt to new trends in the supply chain.
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The partnership between the two companies is arguably one of the biggest industry developments in the pandemic aftermath in Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.
Under the deal, the biggest in India since 2018, Adani Group will pay $6.4 billion in cash to acquire Holcim's 63.1% stake in Ambuja Cements Ltd and 54.5% holding in ACC Ltd. The rest of the companies' shares will be bought via an open offer.