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Screenshot Yahoo! today announced that it has appointed Dawn Airey as senior vice president and lead of the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operation, effective immediately. Airey will be based in the company’s London office and will report to COO Henrique de Castro. Beginning November 1, Christophe Parcot, who has served as Yahoo!’...
Screenshot Jordan has been debuted as silicon valley of the Arab world excluding the occupation state of “Israel”. Many well known regional and global IT and Internet brands came from Jordan: Maktoob which was acquired by Yahoo! Jeeran, TeleFinity, Globetel, Ketab Technologies, Optimiza and Rubicon to name a few. But that might be changing as represent...
Screenshot Palestinian information system expert says he was forced to post a bug report on facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page after the social network’s security team failed to recognize that a critical vulnerability he found allows anyone to post on someone's wall even if they were not friends on facebook. The vulnerability, which was ...
Screenshot A group of top mobile phone distributors from across the Kingdom held a press conference on Sunday 28th July, 2013, at the Sheraton Hotel in Amman. Attended by a group of prominent local media representatives, the press conference was aimed at discussing the recent increase on the special tax imposed on mobile phones, based on law no. 64 for the ...
Screenshot Wamda the entrepreneurship platform that has been founded by Dubai Abraj Capital which acts as a media arm covering entrepreneurship in the Muslim world, a VC fund and entrepreneurial event organizer chaired by Aramex founder and vice chairman Fadi Ghandour and is run by its CEO Habib Hadad who is also the cofounder of Yamli- has been organizing ...
Screenshot The ICT Sector Competencies, Skills, & Needs Assessment Report, Jordan 2012 published by The Information and Communications Technology Association of Jordan-int@j has shown results related to private ICT sector companies demand on ICT majors in Universities. From those majors of high demand were Computer Science, Software engineering and Computer ...
Screenshot TCL, one of the largest consumer electronics enterprises in China, today announced that the web experience on its newest Smart TV range will be built on top of the Opera Devices Software Development Kit (SDK) for Linux-based devices, and will feature Opera's TV browser and Opera TV Store. A key industry player in the TV space and the third lar...
Screenshot Today the first day of Ramadan in many countries around the world. In this occasion we send our greetings to all Muslims worldwide and specially AC's Muslim readers. and to our non Muslim readers of ArabCrunch we also wish you a happy month :) It is worth mentioning that Ramadan Kareem is trending on Twitter today. As with every year here are ...
Screenshot As the secular army in Egypt launched a coupe against the freely elected president Mohammad Morsi, All Islamic TV channels has been blocked. Welcoming the new era of the so called democracy. Also reports incoming to us is that the Army has blocked all mobile communications in the area where Mohammad Morsi supporters are demonstrating and has m...
Screenshot Hussam Hammo and Sohaib Thiab launched Tamatem a mobile gaming startup after they closed their former startup Wizard productions. Before closing Wizards the team tried to pivot into mobile gaming but they did not have enough time before they ran out of money and could not bring further investment. This time the new startup is backed by Silicon...
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