Abu Dhabi, Egyptian news vision: - As part of its biannual youth camps, twofour54’s Winter Camp returns once again from 13 to 17 December to welcome UAE students aged 13 to 17 to learn about the inspiring world of media, entertainment and content creation online.
The interactive sessions will allow students to explore the various professional skills that contribute to the thriving gaming development industry, including sessions on thinking like a coder, using the Unreal Engine 3D content creation platform, game character design, and live broadcasting of e-sports.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa--(BUSINESS WIRE/AETOSWire)-- Entersekt, a leader in device identity and omnichannel authentication, has announced a partnership with Cellulant, Africa’s leading financial technology company. The partnership will further enhance Cellulant’s cybersecurity by proactively securing its digital banking channels and guarding against digital banking and payment fraud.
In a ceremony attended by the jury, the EFP (European Film Promotion) together with the Arab Cinema Center (ACC) announced Undine by Christian Petzold as winner of the Best Film award at the Critics' Award for European Films.
The film follows Undine, a historian who works as a museum guide. When the man she is in love with decides to ditch her, her world collapses. The ancient myth about a mysterious nymph catches up with her; she must kill the man who has forsaken her and return to her home in the water.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, (AETOSWire) – The newly established Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC) has today announced its plans to drive the creation of future transformative technologies with the launch of its dedicated technology programme management pillar, ASPIRE.
Egyptian news vision: - The Lebanese actress residing in the Kingdom, Darine Al-Bayadh, took off the veil, a decision she described as brave, after many years of hesitation, fear and fear. 55555555555555555 Darine Al-Bayadh admitted during a video clip she posted on "Snapchat" that she wore it all her life out of fear of others and society.
"Al-Bayadh" said: "Wearing the hijab was a problematic reason throughout adolescence, and she was hesitant about taking it off, for fear of other people's reactions and criticism of her."