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Google has launched recently gmail SMS chat  in many Arab and some African and Asian countries with a number of mobile operators. 

SMS with Gmail enables users to send free text messages (SMS) to  their friends directly from their Gmail accounts. if the user's contact replies, the text message response will appear as a reply in C...
Screenshot Telecom research agency BuddeComm has launched its Africa - Fixed and Wireless Broadband and Internet Markets and Forecasts report. It says that "Large parts of Africa gained access to international fibre bandwidth for the first time via submarine cables in 2009 and 2010. In other parts of the continent, additional fibre systems have brought compe...
Screenshot 2 days ago I arrived  to my beloved country Egypt. I am planning to stay here for few days, in mind with  a new project that would help push entrepreneurship in Egypt and the region and I would like to meet the startup and tech community here. The post title says that ArabCrunch is in Egypt, not that ArabCrunch is not here, it is. We already h...
Screenshot Tomorrow is Eid Al Fitr in most Muslims countries. In this occasion I send my greetings (see my Video below) to All Muslims worldwide and specially AC's Muslim reader: Happy Eid, Eid Mubarak and May Allah accept from me and you. If you are not Muslim then I also wish you a happy Tuesday  :). What Is Eid Ul Fitr? Muslims celebrate 'Eid ul F...
Screenshot Google has launched Insights MENA an interactive website that provides research data about the online behavior of urban consumers in five key Arab markets: Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, and UAE. This tool comes handy for online professionals, entrepreneurs, mobile apps developers and is alarming for tyrant Arab governments who can see ho...
Screenshot As in most countries in the world Ramadan is one day to start. a new startup has emerged to provide Islamic mobile apps for all devices. which would be handy to help Muslims during the holly month. Islamic Appstore provide Muslims direct access to thousands of Islam-oriented contents in different sections such as The Holy Quran, Ahadith, Pr...
Screenshot Robert Murdoch’s Newscorp owns many influential media outlets in UK, USA, Australia and other countries in the world. Many believe that no prime minister in England can be elected without his newspapers and media outlets’s blessings, that might also be true for any U.S president. His Fox news station in is one of the most followed news stat...
Screenshot It’s arguably proven that the internet had played the most important role as a tool that led to the successful revolution in Egypt, eMarketing Egypt made a study to explore how Egyptians dealt with the internet during the revolution. Ossama El-Badawy, the Online Competitive Intelligence Manager, stated that it is obvious that the internet in E...
Screenshot E-commerce in the region is reaching the tipping point, as the market seems more mature to deal with this type of commerce, yesterday LivingSocial one of the leading group buying sites in the world acquired GoNabit. Earlier this month, Ideavelopers closed a deal with Sherif Nassar, Founder and CEO of nefsak.com, where Ideavelopers will invest 1...
Screenshot Arab Spring had an impact on BCC Arabic website visitors as with all other news sites. At Arab Advisors Media Telecom Convergence conference today in Amman, Jordan, Falko Mortiboys and Rufus Weston from Digital Insights at BBC World Service shared their insight in how Arab Spring affected growth in audiance at BCC Arabic, and we would like to ...
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