Technology News

Travelodge Was Looking Forward to Launch Technology Based Hotel Rooms in 2030

virtual-sexTravelodge had made a plan to renovate the hotel rooms and provide a technology based hotel room by 2030. The rooms in future were believed to consist of virtual sex facility, access to internet through contact lenses and would also have knowledge gaining devices. The motive to design such a room was to provide a comfortable sleep to the residents in the hotel.

New system for schools to solve technical breakdowns

ADECSometimes there are technical crashes at public schools’ information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure. Now these problems can be restored somewhat within minutes with new central monitoring system of the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC).

This is the latest system which is an integrated with IT management solution and it has been designed to examine and handle public schools’ IT infrastructure.

Abu Dhabi's 3D model to be set up soon

Abu-Dhabi-MunicipalityThe Municipality of Abu Dhabi City (ADM) has announced that it is going to come up with a 3D model of Abu Dhabi and that the plan for doing the same has already been in motion. This is the first time in the world that a model of this kind is being thought about. It would not only be big in size but will also be having better technological set up and numerous applied solutions.

UAE has maximum proportion of women internet users in GCC

A latest research has brought forward the fact that the UAE has the maximum proportion of female internet users in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, and the second highest in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

The research, carried out by Effective Measure, an online audience measurement company, has specified that over 40% of the UAE's internet users are female, a percentage exceeded in the MENA region only by Morocco, where 46.6 percent of internet users are females.

Aptus Infotech selected as distributor for 3M Gulf

Aptus Infotech in Oman has been appointed as a distributor for 3M Gulf, to provide premier networking and structure cabling solutions in the Sultanate.

It should be noted that 3M has been providing user-friendly products in the market since the early 1900s, while Aptus Infotech has over 9 years of experience in the field.

The deal includes optimizing network testing, construction, locating and maintenance for faster, more reliable high-bandwidth transmissions to telecommunications service providers.

Stellar vision held by Abu Dhabi Company buying Virgin Galactic stake

It has appeared that a 32 per cent stake in Virgin Galactic, the commercial space venture of entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, is being mulled to be bought by an Abu Dhabi state-linked investment company. This move is the latest sign of the oil-rich emirate's rising ambitions.

A sum of $280m (£170m) would be paid by Aabar Investments for the holding in the company, which was unveiled in 2004 with the motive to commence flying private passengers to space within two years, at a cost of $200,000 per ticket.