Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Dubai GITEX T 2013 set for strongest international year yet


Dubai GITEX T 2013 set for strongest international year yet

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International exhibitors up 26 percent compared to 2012 with 80 percent of the world’s leading ICT brands present
  
        
DUBAI, UAE: The 33rd edition of GITEX Technology Week is on course to become one of the most internationally diverse and influential yet, with key players from across the globe increasingly drawn to the show's ability to shed light on the latest trends and generate strong business leads.
International exhibitors are up 26 percent compared to last year, and a total of 61 countries are present, including new countries like Belarus, Brazil, Finland, Kenya, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia and Ukraine.
This year's Official Country Partner is Serbia, and the union has already markedly boosted ICT trade links with the UAE. Delegations of senior officials were also present from countries including Bahrain, Egypt, India, Jordan, Morocco, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Tatarstan, Tunisia and United Kingdom.

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Adidas Shoe With Computer Technology




Adidas, the athletic shoe and apparel giant, has married with computer technology with its latest running shoe, The shoes uses a 20-megahertz microprocessor implanted in the sole which collects readings and from the shoe’s movements and adjusts the fit of the shoe accordingly.








Monday, 25 March 2013

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

UK games industry returns to growth


UK games industry returns to growth

After three years of decline, the UK games development sector grew by 4 per cent in 2012 according to a new survey published by TIGA, the trade association representing the games industry.

Annual investment by studios also rose from £411 million to £427 million between 2011 and 2012. The research is based on an extensive survey of UK games businesses, analysis by Games Investor Consulting, and published by TIGA in the forthcoming report Making Games in the UK Today. A Census of the UK Developer and Digital Publishing Sector (March 2013).