Screenshot Yahoo Maktoob just launched its new service Video on Demand, a site that syndicates Videos from major Arabic satellite channels in the Arab region. Videos on the sites includes clips from Arabic channels such as Aljazeera Arabic Alaan, Rotan and Alrisala and seems more channels to be added. Yahoo Maktoob has recently announced striking a de...
Screenshot After Nokia's launch of mobile  Ramadan 2010 specific  applications, Yahoo Maktoob announced today launching a new Ramadan website, the micro site includes three main sections "spiritualities", "ramadan and People" and "entertainment." The Muslims month of Ramadan is expected to start this week. The new site will introduce a number of featur...
Screenshot Geoff Morrel, the pentagon's press secretary requested 2 days ago wikileaks to do "the right thing" and remove Afghanistan war secrets  logs 2004-2009. Something that has no meaning since the logs has been publicly available for around 20 days now in different digital formats. However the Pentagon keeps demanding to cancel the sites plans ...
Screenshot Updated: ArabCrunch sources who are close to the 3 telecom operators in Saudi Arabia confirmed just now the deal has been made between RIM and Saudi Arabia, BlackBerry service to continue in the kingdom. Official Announcement most likely tomorrow, UAE to follow. Yesterday, Saudi Arabia's BlackBerry (BB) ban went into effect, but users report...
Screenshot AS the Muslim's month of Ramdan is about to start, Nokia has launched recently a new range of mobile applications and content tailored for the holy month of Ramadan. This is the second year that Nokia launches such apps. The new range of Ramadan applications 2010 are available for free on Ovi Store, and the last Ramdan applications has bee...
Screenshot The Pentagon has asked Wikileaks the site that posted around 90,0000 US military logs of 6 years archive of the war in Afghanistan to do "the right thing" and remove the log. The New Work Times reported that Geoff Morrell, the Pentagon press secretary saying the logs gave Taliban and other militant groups access into US military tactics and...
Screenshot After we posted about Hillary Clinton's and the U.S Department of State plans to enter into competition with ArabCrunch with a new project under the U.S department website. As part of the US government engagement plans for entrepreneurship in the Muslim world ,  as a new pillar to fight "extremism" or "terrorism" as the U.S administration say...
Screenshot Updated: Confirmed by many users in Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Morocco. more below. Yahoo.com is offering redirect to this like (http://nxd.search.yahoo.com/404handler?src=topdomain&fr=404_topdomain&url=xa.yahoo.com/) It seems that Yahoo.com is under DNS hijack, at least here in Jordan and Saudi Arabia: We are not sure...
Screenshot Saudi Arabia Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) asked  the 3 operators in Saudi Arabia: Saudi Telecom Co, Mobily and Zain Saudi Arabia to immediately stop the BlackBerry (BB) service in the country starting this Friday. This comes 3 days after news went out of the kingdom decision in blocking BB messenger and in UAE's...
Screenshot Update: A NEW POST It Is About “Injustice & Liberty”: Update About Hillary Clinton’s Competing Project with ArabCrunch Update 2: this is a long post: Our sources who are close to the U.S State Department and the US Department of Defense have informed us that if you do not find ways to collaborate with the State Department ” they wi...
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