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Screenshot Apple announced that its iPad 2 is coming to Japan today, Hong Kong, India, "Israel", Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey and UAE on April 29 and will sell at the same US suggested prices of $499 (US) for the 16GB model, $599 (US) for the 32GB model and $699 (US) for the 64GB model. iPad 2 with Wi-Fi + 3G will ...
Screenshot Egypt's Ministry of communications and information technology  (MCIT) has released ICT indicators in brief for February of 2011. The report says that there are 71.46 million Mobile subscribers in January growing at 1.13 % from previous month with annual growth at 27.95% while Mobile penetration rate is at 91.32 %. As for the Internet the ...
Screenshot Wael Ghonim Google's head of marketing tweeted that he is taking a sabbatical from Google to start a tech Non government organization to "fight poverty and foster eduction." Wael has been one of the admins of Facebook page We Are All "Khaled Saed" page, Khaled Saed is an activist from Alexandria who was beaten to death by Egyptian secret po...
Screenshot Whether an applications’ developer, a techie genius or just a student or an employee with a good idea for a new mobile application and a flair for technology, LINK Development and ArpuPlus will help make it happen through “Bananas Factory”, a virtual community that they launched and that allows them to see their idea come to life . Bot...
Screenshot "What happened in Tahrir  was a miracle by all mean, having a young generation lead the liberation of a nation with technology in the heart of this revolution changed all the standards and rules well known by the all of us. The World stood still watching what is going on and will continue to watch how we will accomplish the next wave of the re...
Screenshot Between 2009 and 2010 Twitter users from the Arab world were estimated to be around 15,000 to 40,000 but these figures were not official and not very accurate. But after the revolution on Tunisia and Egypt, as Twitter has been used as a tool to fuel the revolution,Twitter become a house hold name in the Arab world just like Facebook. An infographic...
Screenshot The revolution has succeed in Egypt by ousting the US government poppet, the dictator Husni Mubarak. Though the transition period did not end yet. The Army is in command paving the way to elected president and parliament, but there are forces who try to launch counter revolution. The former regime in Egypt relied in 2 forces the corrupt memb...
Screenshot iWasinTahrir.com is an initiative designed to allow visitors who witnessed Egypt's uprising against the Mubarak regime, to leave their mark in history; Something like a virtual online "Million Man March". It's a place where all Egyptian revolutionaries can leave their mark in a more personal manner, and to share their experiences with the wh...
Screenshot Amman, Jordan based Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Information Technology International (TAG-IT), a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org) an accounting; auditing and financial services giant, is launching of TAGITOP. TagiTop boost an Intel Atom N470 @1.83 GHz which makes it sound more of a netback than a laptop, LCD screen of: 10.1 inch, 1...
Screenshot Google has launched today Google Maps domains enabling local search within a country in Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. The Interface of these local maps is available English and Arabic as well French in some countries. Google navigation comes enabled with new Google Maps domains. Go...
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