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Screenshot Here we come tomorrow 2013 will end and 2014 will start, what were the most popular Arab tech and startups stories in 2013 on ArabCrunch? Well we have put a list using google analytics showing the most popular first, note that ArabCrunch site was hacked earlier this year and the hack destroyed our SEO ( we did not announce it, but if someone ...
Screenshot Tomorrow is Eid Al Fitr in most Muslims countries. In this occasion I send my greetings to All Muslims worldwide and specially AC's Muslim reader: Happy Eid, Eid Mubarak and May Allah accept from me and you. May Allah bring next Eid and there is no traitors ruling us. May Allah set us free from those tyrant regimes who are collaborators with th...
Screenshot Hello everyone we are glad to announce that ArabCrunch is back after staying away for around a month. This happened for reasons out side our hands. We decided that we would never close ArabCrunch. From now on we promise you more fresh news, views and take on on Arab Tech, social media and entrepreneurship and how they impact our lives politi...
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 Are you a college student or recent grad who has passion for online marketing and wants to get some solid experience from a well known tech media brand? Do you like to help startups? If the answer is yes, then we would like to welcome you to join our growing team and help you in your career path. What we will require from you is 2 to 3...
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 Tomorrow is 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. As with every year here are ...
Screenshot On the 29th of November ArabCrunch represented by its founder Gaith Saqer, went to Egypt’s boarders with Gaza strip at the city of Rafah, trying to get an entry to the besieged strip. Saqer’s intention from entering Gaza is purely humanitarian and non political, the plan was to connect with relevant parties and AC’s team in Gaza to p...
Screenshot Updated. There is no doubt that here at ArabCrunch we were big fans of Twitter since the day it was launched. We favored it over its Arab clone WaWet, for many reasons on top of them international adoption rate and a large applications ecosystem. We were happy that Twitter opened a new platform for the world to communicate on 1 to 1 and ...
Screenshot For the first time in our history a technology event refuses to issue a media pass to ArabCrunch! No event from Dubai to London to Washington to Silicon Valley have ever refused to issue us a media pass before. But folks at MENA ICT Forum in Jordan did not issue one for us! The tech event coined as the region's ICT forum is organized by Inform...
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