On the 7th May 2013, AbuDhabi – Based The National, wrote:
Posts Tagged ‘Saudi’
Increased Government Spending Fuels Kingdom’s IT Demand
Saudi IT Spend in 2011 Could Pass USD 6.4 Billion, Says Global Consultancy
Saudi government IT spending on infrastructure and security, particularly in the areas of communication and education, could push the total amount the Kingdom spends on IT hardware, software, and related services pass the USD 6.4 billion mark, according to IT consultancy, International Data Corporation (IDC).
On May 12th, 2011, Saudi-based Al Yaum Newspaper wrote:
STC Launches Motorola XOOM WiFi with Unlimited Data Plan
Saudi Okaz Newspaper, on the 12th of May, wrote:
Axiom Telecom Exclusive Distributor for the Motorola Xoom Tablet in the Kingdom
According to Motorola Mobility, three emerging trends for the Middle East mobile market in 2011 will be the rapid growth of region-relevant mobile apps, intuitive devices which have a range of user functions, and portable devices which share the benefits of mobile, TV, and PC on one device.
In its December issue, Saudi Shopper Magazine, wrote:
Women in the UAE Opt for ‘Function and Performance’ As Most Important Factor when Choosing a Smartphone
74 percent of women chose ‘function and performance’ as the most important factor in smartphone selection, according to a survey conducted by YouGov Siraj on behalf of Motorola Mobility.