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Dubai extends IT push
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Demand for IT services in Dubai is set to soar over the coming decade, underpinned by strong demand for both software and hardware products.

 
The technology behind Syria's lights out campaign
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Dramatic satellite images of Syria’s steady loss of night-time light during its four-year civil war have been released by human rights groups pushing for both a stronger humanitarian response to the crisis and increased efforts towards a political resolution.

 
Qatar’s technological ambitions: The future is now
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With the announcement of another milestone in Qatar’s satellite programme coming at the end of last year, the body of material evidence suggesting significant recent ICT sector development in the state grew in both size and quality.

 
Qatar moves to tackle cyber crime
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Cyber security is high on the list of challenges that could prove a hurdle to Qatar’s economic development,

 
Jordan targets ICT growth
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A drive to attract new investment for Jordan’s ICT sector is gaining ground, as the country moves to strengthen support structures for start-ups and encourage greater private sector participation.

 
New technology changes the working day, offering a strategy for more jobs in the Middle East
New technology changes the working day offering a strategy for more jobs in the Middle East

Arne HoelIt’s no secret that the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has the highest youth unemployment rate in the entire world: nearly 30% according to the International Labour Organization.

 
High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring
High-Speed internet and the Values of the Arab Spring

I remember once at a conference in Tunisia being asked by a young member of parliament why it made sense to invest in a fiber optic cable to a remote village in Djerba instead of improving more basic services such as electricity grids or water irrigation.

 
Maturing telecoms - Robust mobile market in Morocco
Global Arab Network - - Talal Abdullah
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The plan by France’s Vivendi to sell its 53% stake in Maroc Telecom has garnered significant overseas attention, having attracted suitors from South Korea to the Gulf.
 
An Omani Invents 3 Eco-Friendly Devices
Global Arab Network - - Gamal Ragay
An Omani Invents 3 Eco-Friendly Devices
The German University of Technology in Oman "GUtech" hosts an exhibition featuring three eco-friendly scientific innovations derived from the Omani environment and heritage. 
 
UAE | Tapping into telecoms demand in Dubai
Global Arab Network - - Adnan Kassar

Despite achieving record growth in 2012, telecoms operators in the UAE have seen their profit margins affected by a new royalties programme introduced by the federal government.

 
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