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Screenshot  My pass was granted to the  World Economic Forum (WEF) on the Middle East, just about an hour before it started, so I was not prepared. However I did 2 live video interviews which I will publish in the next post. This year Forum’s theme is the ”implications of the Global Economic Crisis for the Middle East: Home-grown Strategies for Suc...
Screenshot The Entrepreneurs Week, is one of the most interesting events Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship (QRCE) is organizing this year. And ArabCrunch is proud to be a media partner for this event. The event will last for a week starting at the 16th  of this month and ending at the 21 st of this month, where every day will have one speaker at...
Screenshot (Welcome StumbleUpon visitor feel Free to subscribe to our RSS Feed) Updates: 1,2 and 3 at the end of the post. Google has local domains for almost every country in the world. And Morocco is one of them http://google.co.ma/ . However it appears that it is hacked, as of now. Once you try to access the domain, you get a message that says...
Screenshot  Around 22 hours ago, Queen Rania of Jordan joined Twitter the social media and micro-blogging platform, which is considered one of the hottest startups in Silicon Valley now a days. It seems the Queen is personally who is tweeting, since we are seeing personal tweets like this one, she is also using twitpic where she posted a pic of her and her...
Screenshot Around 10 days ago ArabCrunch was 1st (or one of the 1st)  to leak Michael Arrington's  near finished Internet-tablet project: CrunchPad via a tweet from the popular US blogger Socbelizer. This caught the attention of Engadget the 3rd most popular blog in the world (according to Technorati) where they published a story and attributed i...
Screenshot Update 1&2 at the end of the post. After Linkedin the business social Network, blocked Internet users in Syria and then unblocked them and apologized (as ArabCrunch has reported.) It was confirmed to us that Internet users in Sudan (an African Arab country) still cannot access Linkedin, who were blocked by Linkedin since several months ...
Screenshot Update1 &2: end of the post. After ArabCrunch broke the news that linkedin kicking off Syrian users, which caused an outrage among Arab internet users. Kay Luo LinkedIn Sr. Director of Corporate Communications  said that the block was made by a human error,  and it will be resorted shortly . In an Email to ArabCrunch she said: “I ...
Screenshot Update: as a result of this post ArabCrunch.NET was developed and launched in private beta to help Arab startups and help the region innovate, continuing ArabCrunch Mission. In this post I would highlight a few points that I think can help  in creating a vibrant startup-based IT  sector in the Arab world. This came up to me in light of my...
Screenshot Updated. Update 2. Update 3: Linkedin Bows: Restores Service to Syrian Users, Says a Human error! AnasOnline blog reports (Arabic link) that Linkedin (AC Group here) completely blocked all Syrian users. According to the blog post: 3 weeks ago when Linkedin blocked all Syrian IPs users , but they were able to access the site by using IP...
Screenshot Update: More pics at the end of the post. Update 2: More bigger pics. Update 3: From CrunchGear Look at the end of the post. Update 4: Look at end of the post. Update 5: From TC Look at the end of the post. Seems like TechCrunch's "Crunchpad" the web wifi enabled tablet is coming soon according to this pic (Update: Arrington r...
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