Screenshot Jordan based number one regional shipping company Aramex has been in forefront in harassing technology to grow its business. Today the announcement came that the delivery company has launched an API that enables e-commerce sites to integrate shipping tracking to ordered goods, thus enabling users to know where their ordered good is located now. ...
Screenshot “What do you wish for?” Hany Rashwan, a 20-year-old Egyptian studying Computer Science at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, recently launched Kolena.org to allow users in post-revolution Egypt to discuss their answers to this question. Rashwan envisions Kolena, a word that means “all of us” in Arabic, as “Egypt’s online inter...
Screenshot PayPal the e-payment platform is announcing war on free media and siding with bandits of killers who want to kill kids like Gaddafi is doing and hide it from the world! After freezing its service to Wikileaks, late in 2010 just as the the site posted the Afghanistan war log, iraq war log and some of the US cables that revealed to the world hidde...
Screenshot As the uprising in Libya continues for the 6 day, news report says that two third of the country is on the hand of protestors, other reports say that mercenary forces from Africa, Italy and East Europe has committed atrocities against civilians. Mainstream media are banned from the country, so people using their cameras and eye witness  are the ...
Screenshot Android Market place is currently blocked across the Middle East, however news surfaced on Stuff Middle East that Android market is coming soon to UAE, Egypt, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. A source informed Stuff that Google has reached agreement with telecom operators in these countries, though no final date is given but the market is expected ...
Screenshot Many entrepreneurs think the hard part of building a successful business is coding, while it is important milestone, but if no body bought it or used it, your startup will go no where. Today we assemble a quick list in how to market your startup with zero ad spending, you are encouraged to tweet the method you found most effective and add yo...
Screenshot As the Libyan revolution rage, renesys confirms that the 13 globally routed Libyan network prefixes were withdrawn at 23:18 GMT (Friday night, 1:18am Saturday local time), and Libya was off the Internet. But it went back as Rensys post says " Two-thirds of Libyan routes came back to life at 6:01 UTC (8:01 local time), and the remainder were res...
Screenshot As anti government demonstrations rage in Libya, according to Aljazeera news channel Libyan authorities have blocked Facebook and Twitter in the capital Tripoli. Calls to Libyans for a day of anger against the regime has been spreading throughout Facebook, Aljazeera also reported that its Arabic site Aljazeera.net has been blocked all over ...
Screenshot If you worked in recruitment before you know the amount of time and pain you put to find the right candidates. Current Job boards like Bayt, Akhtaboot and Monster are all out dated. The painful hiring process with these platform works either by posting a job vacancy and wait for candidates to apply or search the database of CVs. And Oh Boy that ...
Screenshot One of the oldest online news sites in Jordan Ammoon has accused Jordan Intelligence in hacking the site. The sites’ editor in chief Bassel Elkour told Jordanian newspaper Assabel the hacking happened when the site posted a statement from some of Jordan’s tribal leaders criticizing certain parties inside the government and corruption in...
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