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Time to delete Facebook, says WhatsApp co-founder

Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp, late on Tuesday asked users to "delete" the social media platform, Facebook, amid alleged data leakage of its users for political purposes. "It...

The Queen Elizabeth II cruise ship is set to open as a hotel in...

Almost a decade after arriving in Dubai, the world famous cruise ship is set to become a permanent hotel and museum. It’s been nearly ten years in the...

Cryptocurrency To Be Accepted By Musicians

Unless you're completely disinterested in technology or have been under a rock for all of 2017, you've by now heard of cryptocurrencies. What started out as a very...

Dubai launches world’s first floating drive-thru

Aqua Pod allows sea-goers to enjoy food and beverages as they would from a traditional food truck. Dubai has revealed the Aqua Pod concept, the world's first sustainable...

Dubai-based eyewear startup Eyewa raises $1.1

Eyewear e-commerce start-up in the UAE and KSA, eyewa, is seeing dramatic growth since its launch in 2017. Founded by Anass Boumediene and Mehdi Oudghiri, the e-commerce...

Instagram to Finally Allow Users to Schedule Posts

Instagram has finally opened up the possibility for its users to schedule their posts ahead of time. After years of users asking for this feature, the announcement...

Facebook bans all cryptocurrency ads

Facebook is banning all ads that promote cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, in an effort to prevent people from advertising what the company is calling “financial products and services...

Is Apple Buying Netflix?

Disclosure: The author and American Dream Investing own shares in AAPL and DIS. Citi analysts recently sent a note to clients saying there is a 40% chance that Apple AAPL...

UAE Property Developer to Accept Payments in Cryptocurrency

MAG Lifestyle Development said that buyers who opt to use the cryptocurrency, which is due to launch in June 2018, will receive a five percent discount on...

Etisalat and du have both confirmed the ban on Skype in the UAE

Skype, the popular software that allows users to make voice and video calls between computers, mobile phones and tablet devices via internet, has been blocked in the...

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