Ali Raza

Ali Raza is a business and technology consultant who covers consumer and enterprise technology issues for US and international publications. As a racing driver and a stunt master, only cars eclipse his love for technology.



Visionary Dubai Wants Smarter Interaction with its People

Plans to leverage the Internet of Everything are underway as Dubai transforms itself into a hyper-connected smart city



UAE Offers Safe Business Haven

Startups and small businesses fleeing from crisis-hit countries seek shelter in the Middle Eastern tax haven



Dubai: Empowering Expats with Mobile eGovernment

Dubai is pushing online government services to improve access for its dominantly foreign residents


Business Management

Dubai: World Expo 2020 Reignites Hopes for Business Boon

The UAE city’s multicultural community will gain opportunities to innovate and prosper



Pakistan: Scarce Opportunities for Gamers

The passionate gaming community is only now making its foray into global multiplayer competitions


Oil-rich UAE Unveiling New Identity via Green Tech Festival

Amid Abu Dhabi’s skyscrapers, the UAE is presenting its low-carbon credentials



Pakistan's Startup Cup Brings Hope to the Weakest

Entrepreneurial vigour and tech are taking on social needs



Freelance Economy Disrupts Pakistani Unemployment

The web has given hope to 10 million unemployed as Pakistan has emerged as one of the largest contractor talent pools


Infrastructure Management

Pakistan Spectrum Auction to Drive ICT Revolution

Government hopes to bring fast communications even to rural, poor and underserved areas

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