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Screenshot As I mentioned last year on this post , when I was young, I grow up reading an Arabic Magazine called “Majed” which is based on one of the most popular Arabic children’s comic book character. Tomorrow, Majed will enter new chapter in his life, as he will enter the Augmented Reality (AR) world via a game. As in a press release we got from ...
Screenshot NOTE: Linkedin GoDaddy and Google are doing the Blocking NOT  the Government of Sudan.) Update: Linkedin GoDaddy and Google are doing the Blocking NOT  the Government of Sudan. Both Linkedin and Google said before they have to be in compliance with US laws. Google confirmed that nothing has changed from their point. The sanction though do...
Screenshot Continuing our series of video interview I did during World Economic Forum (WEF), Dead Sea, Jordan. I present to you today a video interview with Serial Entrepreneur from Syria: Abdulsalam Haykal. Abdulsalam is the only WEF selected Young Global Leader from Syria, he is the founder of CEO of Transtek Information Systems an ERP vendor based in S...
Screenshot Continuing our series of video interview I did during World Economic Forum, Dead Sea, Jordan. I present to you today a video interview with Jordanian angel Investor Karim Kawar. Karim a person with a smiley face,  has made investments in wide array of sectors, in the tech sector he is an investor in Iris Guard a Jordanian startup special...
Screenshot Again, during the world Economic Forum (WEF) on Middle East, we were also lucky to live stream an interview with Jon von Tetzchner the CEO and cofounder of Opera Software, the company behind Opera web browsers that has around 40 million users on PCs and its Opera Mini is the number one browser on Mobile phones, according to what Jon said in the in...
Screenshot Yesterday Gorden Grayish, Vice President EMEA Intel Corp, told ArabCrunch in a video interview (find it at the end of the post) that Intel Capital the venture capital arm of Intel, will announce an investment tomorrow in Amman, but he did not mention much more information.  This morning they announced that the investment is in two Jordan-ba...
Screenshot (These 2 interview were live streamed on Qik via my Nokia 5800, I’ll post more live interviews on Qik throughout the day tomorrow, inshallah follow me on twitter @3GFalcon and @ArabCrunch for updates.)) Matthias Lüfkens is the social media manager of World Economic Forum (WEF), in this interview I asked him about how WEF uses social media...
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