Screenshot Wikileaks has published today email files of US intelligence company Stratfor that fronts as an intelligence publisher, but provides confidential intelligence services to large corporations, such as Bhopal's Dow Chemical Co., Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and government agencies, including the US Department of Homeland Security, th...
Screenshot Jordan Amman based startup accelerator Oasis500 has concluded its 10th startup boot camp in collaboration with the British embassy in Jordan. Out of 350 applicants 65 entrepreneurs where selected to take part of the boot camp 15 of those being from out side Jordan. The startups that participated covered a wide range of fields including com...
Screenshot Dubai, UAE (February 24, 2012). On his 707th birthday, Google celebrates the famous Moroccan explorer, Ibn Battuta’s by featuring a doodle on its homepage. Showing across the Arab world on February 25th, the Doodle pays tribute to one of the greatest travellers of all time through various scenes from his adventures across Africa, Europe,...
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 One of ArabCrunch team members received verbal death and rape threats against him and other team members. The threats came in light of ArabCrunch posting parts of CIA, Zionists and their Arab secret police allies conspiracy against ArabCrunch and free press. The people who delivered the threats are members of certain Arab intelligence agency. On...
Screenshot Saudi Hacker claiming to be a member of hacking group named GroupXP claimed to post personal information of 400,000 Israelis after hacking into an "Israeli" sports site One.co.il. The hacker said the information including credit card details, personal addresses, names, phone numbers and ID numbers of individuals listed on the website. Accordi...
Screenshot ArabCrunch World's only independent and most popular English tech news site focused on Arab tech, startups and social media has announced its selection of the person of the year 2011. Starting 2010, each December, ArabCrunch selects Person of the Year featuring and profiling a person, group, idea, place, or machine that has done the most to in...
Screenshot Facebook is going away from its traditional zero cost marketing efforts to boost membership to its social network and counter its upcoming rival Google+. Historically Facebook relayed on viral marketing to push current members to invite their friends. But recently several Facebook ads has been popping in the Arab world at Google's AdWords on ...
Screenshot In his "famous" Cairo speech in 2010, US president Obama made a promise for a new beginning with Muslims. While many observers call it a new conspiracy or decoy under the banner of "help," others call it a genuine one for a new beginning. Among the pillars of his promise is to help foster entrepreneurship and tech innovation in the Muslim world. W...
Screenshot What might be worrisome for Arab online activists that Twitter might collaborate with Arab oppressive regimes after Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud, and Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), announced today, Monday, December 19th 2011, a combined investment of $300 Million in Twitter. Prince Alwaleed has a strong presence and influence ...
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