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The New S’hail App from RTA will take Care of all your Travel Needs in Dubai. It’s Amazing!

If you always wished you had one app that could sort out all your travel needs in Dubai, your wish has just come true! The Shail app recently introduced by RTA Dubai lets you plan trips, hail RTA and private cabs, and do a lot more with just a tap to save loads of time and effort. Here’s more about the amazing app!

Want Free WiFi? Here’s how you can Find it in UAE!

Wi-Fi UAE is available at public transport stations such as metro stations, bus stations and other public spaces across Dubai, along with various other locations across the country serviced by du. As always is the case with free offers, there is a catch to Etisalat’s free internet. You not only have to be an Etisalat subscriber, you have to have a data subscription package that you already use with Etisalat to avail of free internet.

Snapchat: iOS 11 users cannot secretly record ‘Snaps’ anymore

Popular photo-sharing app Snapchat has started notifying the user every time someone uses the “Screen Recording” feature to save “Snaps” on iOS 11 operating system (OS). The “Screen Recording” feature comes with the free iOS 11 update. However, the user needs to tweak their device’s settings to make it appear in the control centre.

You Might become the Next Victim of this ‘Amazon’ Scam

A new, realistic-looking phishing campaign is targeting Amazon customers. Criminals are sending mass emails that appear to have come from Amazon and thank recipients for making purchases on Amazon’s “Prime Day” back in July. The emails then invite recipients to go to the Amazon website to “write a review” and receive a special $50 “bonus” credit for doing so.

Is your Family being Spied on as your Child Plays Games Online?

A recent lawsuit in USA claims that Viacom and Disney are collecting data such as location, browsing history through their online game for children, for advertising and other commercial purposes. The apps in question are embedded with trackers which can access geographical information, browsing history, and third party information, this data is then sold on. Children in the UAE play most of these games unaware of their possible risks.