Tag: Smartphones

Ride-Hailing Apps

Ride-hailing apps are becoming increasingly popular in Jordan, and there are now more options than ever to get you where you want to go. Here are three of our favorites. By Jane Hosking   Uber Uber is the latest ride…

The 4G Fight Begins

With the recent issuance of a 4G license to Umniah, the battle for market share amongst Jordan’s big three mobile operators is set to get livelier than ever. Increased competition should prove a boon for consumers in terms faster Internet…

Orange Launches Dual-Screen YotaPhone 2

Last month marked the release of the Russian-made YotaPhone 2 in the Jordanian smartphone market, with Orange selected as the exclusive provider of the dual-screen handset. The launch of the 4G-enabled YotaPhone 2 “demonstrates our continued efforts to provide our…

Orange Jordan: Essentials 2020

Orange Jordan CEO Jean-Francois Thomas has just unveiled a far-reaching strategic plan that lays out the company’s vision for the telco sector over the coming five years, with a core focus on the customer. Through Essentials 2020, Orange Jordan aims…

Lenovo Upbeat about its Smartphones in Jordan

Lenovo launched its first range of smartphones in Jordan last month, joining other big Chinese tech manufacturers like Huawei in trying to capture a slice of the Kingdom’s growing handset market. Lenovo released seven budget-to-midrange models, ranging in price from…

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Disruption Calling

Relentless convergence continues to rattle telecom operators and their once lucrative business models. What can they do to adapt? By Zeid Nasser Telecom operators are in a curious position at the moment. They owe their very existence to the same…

Why Should Your Business Go Mobile?

Throughout the Middle East, rapid and widespread use of mobile devices has transformed how consumers work and live. Large, small, and midsize enterprises as well as public-sector agencies have a unique opportunity to unlock this potential and drive business growth….

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The Spy in Your Pocket

There’s yet another emerging, unpleasant side-effect to the revolution of personal gadgets: cyberstalking. By Zeid Nasser For all the convenience and pleasure a mobile phone provides, it still apparently doubles as a personal tracking device. Whether it’s in your pocket…

Sony Xperia Z3: Playing it Safe

While there’s no denying the Sony Xperia Z3 is an impressive piece of kit, it’s just a shame Sony didn’t attempt to anything really innovative with its latest flagship smartphone. By Sadad Talhouni With its Xperia Z line, Sony has…

Understanding Millennials

Figuring out what makes millennials tick is key to unlocking their potential as consumers and workers. Millennials seem to be all the rage today. The generation that hit young adulthood around the year 2000 are the holy grail for marketing…