Falcon Eye 1 will be the fourth reconnaissance satellite launched by the UAE, bringing the total number to ten satellites in orbit. The UAE plans to have 12 satellites in orbit by 2020.
The European Commission, the bloc's executive arm, unveiled a framework aimed at boosting trust in AI by ensuring, for example, data about EU citizens are not used to harm them.
The iPhone surely is the Apple of one’s eye. And the celebrated American company is living up to its reputation. Apple on Tuesday played to its strength with a powerful new iPhone and iPad models able to serve as stages for its new game and television services.
Swedish solar energy company Azelio has partnered with Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) and Khalifa University of Science and Technology (KUST) to run a pilot project evaluating new technology in power storage.
The solution aims to prevent cases of children being accidentally left on school buses and improve safety standards in the UAE.
The scientific mission includes experiments involving schools in the UAE as part of the ‘Science in Space’ initiative of Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC).
Clunky games consoles with blobby pixels might not be the latest thing -- but they're still cool even if you're no longer at school.
Since the rise of the internet, there have been concerns that the dominance of a relatively small number of internet service providers could potentially threaten its open nature. I sought to prevent that outcome during my time in Congress by writing principles of net neutrality into law.
More than 150 service-smart applications that have been provided by the UAE governmental institutions and organizations, to present fast, diverse and interactive services in various fields, according to a four-year scientific study on the analysis of the content of services provided through smart phone
Oh, thank goodness. New research from Oxford University shows that using smartphones, tablets and watching TV will not, in fact, damage the health – mental or otherwise – of teenagers, despite previous scientific claims that it might cause poor GCSE results and a lack of curiosity.