Screenshot His name is Abdulrahman AlZanki and Yes he is 14 and Yes he is Kuwaiti and Yes he is a teenager and Yes he rides BMX bikes and Yes he develops iPhone apps and Yes he learned it alone and Yes his iPhone game rechead 800,000 downloads. Abdulrahman AlZanki might be the youngest Arab and Muslim entrepreneur at the age of 14  ( as far as we kn...
Screenshot ComScore the leading company for measuring web stats released today its July 2010 qSearch analysis of the U.S. search marketplace. Americans conducted more than 16.6 billion total core search queries in July with Google Sites leading with 10.3 billion searches growing 1% from June 2010, followed by Yahoo! Sites growing at 8% with 3.4 billion...
Screenshot We wrote back in the 12th of July, that Qaym the Arabic restaurants social review site  from Saudi Arabia would make decisive decisions within weeks, but the good news came up today. Restdroid an Arabic Android application that uses Qayem API's was released today,  the app offers Qaym's restaurants information services over android devices. M...
Screenshot An "Israeli" female solider Eden Aberjil of the southern "Israeli" port town of Ashdod published in her Facebook profile a picture of her pausing in-front of humiliated Palestinian prisoners. According to the Telegrpah the woman and her friend exchanged comments below the pic photograph "suggested how casually the picture was treated, incl...
Screenshot eHow is an online guide with more than 1 million articles and videos about how to do things. The site is owned by Demand Media a US company that is set to hit NASDAQ, as it filled for an IPO early this month. Critics of eHow label the site as a content farm which pushes together an inventory of low quality articles and videos produced by lo...
Screenshot Early this month a disaster erupted in Pakistan but the scale of damage has gotten too worse. Pakistan floods might be the worse natural catastrophe in the 21st century as  the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon calls the devastation the worst he has ever seen. While The country's prime minister says as many as 20 million are homeless. T...
Screenshot Aramex the Jordanian based international delivery company has been always been in the forefront when it comes to utilizing technology and the web to add more value to its customers. The company which was the first Arab-based international company to trade its shares on the NASDAQ stock exchange  ( now listed in Dubai Financial Market -DFM...
Screenshot WE are big fans of Twitter at ArabCrunch.NET that is one of the reasons that we enabled users to login to ArabCrunch.NET via their Twitter account. We've been using it since may day one of its launch. Twitter keep advancing and adding features, and just now it released new social context features as Sean Garrett describes them. The new feature...
Screenshot Seems Facebook is not stopping in being the number 1 destination of all things social. As blogs are considered part of the social media universe, looks like Facebook wants to have a strong stand in that arena too. leveraging the social graph it has. After launching facebook Live, today Facebook just announced upgrading Facebook notes with the fo...
Screenshot Yesterday was the first day of the holy month of Ramadan in some Muslims countries, and today it is the first day of Ramadan for the rest of the world. In this month all Muslims are obliged to fast from eating, drinking and having sex , from dawn to sun set. In this occasion we send our greetings to all Muslims worldwide and specially AC's ...
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