Technology

Supercars, sedans and SUVs, electric, hybrid and autonomous vehicles - there’s more than 550 cars at the 2017 Dubai International Motor Show, many of which have never been seen before in the region or anywhere else in the world. Whatever your preference - fastest, loudest, biggest, greenest, loudest, maddest or downright meanest - this year’s show has something for every car lover. In no particular order, here’s 10 of the most eye-catching things to look out for at the 14th edition of the Middle East’s premier automotive event, which runs until Saturday at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

Energy is overtaking banking and finance as a target for cyber-criminals in the Middle East, yet companies in the sector are leaving themselves significantly more open to a successful attack, leading international experts have told the Security in Energy conference in Abu Dhabi.

honor is releasing this year’s beast out onto the industry of mobile phones. Between the fierce competition of many other competitors, honor 7X roars out loud and reaffirms its position as a young, innovative trendsetter.

Mighty Systems, a leading enterprise software solutions provider for the financial, commercial and real estate industries, has created a new era for tax automation by offering the OneVAT software solution for the GCC.The software is an innovative and comprehensive solution to handle and comply with the new GCC tax regime. It is a stand-alone application different from current accounting, ERP, Point of Sale or Billing Systems and capable of storing and updating tax rates, rules and regulations published by the tax authorities.

Emirates Transport (ET), the leading transport, logistics and auto services provider, launched on Monday 6th November, the final phase of testing for the first electric-powered school bus in the region.