App brings jet-sharing to the Middle East

App brings jet-sharing to the Middle East

A new app has brought what is known as jet-pooling to the owners of jet airplanes in the Middle East nations allowing people to enjoy the benefits of private jet travel and not having to pay the entire expense for the flight. The new mobile app, called JetSmarter is helping jet owners in the region connect with each other for jet pooling.

Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel to serve burger with 24 carat gold flakes

Abu Dhabi’s Emirates Palace Hotel to serve burger with 24 carat gold flakes

The ultra-luxurious Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi is now offering a camel burger that will come with 24 carat gold flakes for the tourists.

Chef Carmine Pecoraro said that the 200-grammepatty is made with minced leg meat and includes cumin, garlic powder and onion powder. He said that the party is cooked over a gas-fired charcoal grill and is served in a sesame bun with lettuce and tomatoes. The chef uses halloumi cheese in the unique burger instead of western style cheese.

Q&A App Jelly Re-launches as a Modified Version

Q&A App Jelly Re-launches as a Modified Version

Biz Stone, the cofounder of Twitter released Jelly in 2013. It was Q&A app which permitted people to crowdsource answers to questions.

However, it did not really take off well and the company decided to move away from the Q&A model and launch Super, which is a social networking app but did not get too much attention.

Stone and Jelly's other cofounder Ben Finkel after more than two years are planning to bring an entirely new version of Jelly which they believe will turn out to be highly successful.

S&P’s expect property prices to continue to fall in UAE

S&P’s expect property prices to continue to fall in UAE

Global ratings agency, Standard & Poor's said in a new report that it expects the property prices to continue to fall in the United Arab Emirates this year.

The agency cited lower hiring, softening business activity and the strong dollar as reasons for expecting a fall in property prices this year. The report, which was released on Wednesday, showed that the rating agency believes that there is no sign of market improvement in the country even as after improvements in housing affordability.

UAE prosecutor drops charges against six Ethiopian meat exporters

UAE prosecutor drops charges against six Ethiopian meat exporters

The Foreign Affairs ministry of Ethiopia has announced that a prosecutor in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has decided to drop charges against six Ethiopian meat exporters.

The prosecutor in Dubai in the UAE has sued the exporters after they were accused of exporting meat to the Arab nation that did not meet the required quality standards of the UAE. A total of Eight Ethiopian companies exported

Target’s New Bathroom Policy Draws Mixed Reaction

Target’s New Bathroom Policy Draws Mixed Reaction

How is the global smartphone market translating for Samsung, sluggish or a comeback to glory?

With Galaxy S3's launch in 2012, Samsung, the South Korean company, got to be called the smartphone king. Its immense popularity helped Samsung to earn record profits in five straight quarters. But with subsequent launches, the smartphone fortunes of the company appeared gloomy as those could not ignite the same kind of excitement among the customers. The dropping sales numbers led Samsung to seven consecutive quarters of profit decline.

Samsung Reported Profits of 6.68 trillion Beating Analysts’ Expectations

Samsung Reported Profits of 6.68 trillion Beating Analysts’ Expectations

How is the global smartphone market translating for Samsung, sluggish or a comeback to glory?

With Galaxy S3's launch in 2012, Samsung, the South Korean company, got to be called the smartphone king. Its immense popularity helped Samsung to earn record profits in five straight quarters. But with subsequent launches, the smartphone fortunes of the company appeared gloomy as those could not ignite the same kind of excitement among the customers. The dropping sales numbers led Samsung to seven consecutive quarters of profit decline.

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