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The Middle East is not Silicon Valley, nor should it aim to be, according to venture firm Wamda Capital’s Khaled Talhouni. Speaking at the Arabian Business Startup Academy yesterday, Talhouni said the region should aim to create a system that...
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Few technologies have the ability to stir passionate online debate and baffle the vast majority of the population as bitcoin. The virtual currency has been a constant source of interest and confusion since it thrust itself into the mainstream more...
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The Internet of Things holds great promise for manufacturers, from within the four walls of the factory all the way through the supply chain. But amid the excitement around the increased connectivity of industrial products, it’s important that manufacturers do...
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Food delivery startups are eating each other. Berlin-based Delivery Hero has made its second acquisition in six months, this time buying a Kuwaiti rival called Carriage. Delivery Hero didn’t say how much it paid. Delivery Hero said the acquisition will...
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Cyberattacks aimed at Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are expected to increase, according to 89 percent of cybersecurity professionals, yet one-third do not plan to take any security initiatives this year, in a study released this week by Crowd Research Partners...
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For a long time computer security experts have warned about the threat hackers pose to the systems that help control the power stations, water treatment plants and transport systems we rely on. Just before Christmas, that theoretical threat became all...
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