Samsung has just announced two new mid-range phones for 2016 in the form of the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5.
While neither will excite you like the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, these phones may be set to impress when we know how much they'll cost.
Last March I decided it was time for a new laptop.
I was doing a lot more writing on the go and the desktop computer I'd cobbled together for photo editing wasn't going to cut it. I briefly looked over my options and ended up buying a 12-inch Samsung Ativ Book 9.
Retail is changing like never before. Thanks to new technologies, it is getting much easier than ever before for retailers to comply with every customer’s demands. A mall of the future will look completely different from the current one: from robots to fitting room apps.
As an expatriate living in UAE I thought that it would be useful to share my review of the major offline retailers for consumer electronics operating in UAE.
If for some people buying a laptop is just like buying any other random device, since they know exactly what to look for, there are a lot of users out there who see this purchase as an investment. And we can totally relate!
A laptop is something that you will use each day, for a long period, and it’s highly recommended to make some proper research before deciding upon a model, no matter if you’re looking for an entry-level, mid-range or high-end model.
If you’re not the most tech savvy user, you’re in the right place. We’ve put together a short list with general tips on how to buy the best laptop, suitable for your needs, alongside a few recommendations of excellent laptops, for every budget. Let’s begin, shall we?
Since mid-2017 all shopping outlets in UAE are obliged by the UAE authorities to issue their invoices both in Arabic and English. Outlets that violate the rule may face fines of up to Dh100,000. By the way, an Arabic-speaking staff is mandatory in all UEA outlets since 2013. These measures come after the Consumer Protection Department of the Ministry of Economy received several complaints from customers about not being able to understand invoices issued in English and because of an absence of employees who speak Arabic.