Screenshot Thanks to God, after a long wait, with an excuse or no excuse and in compliance with the popular demand, your blog AC announces today the launch of "ArabCrunch Arabic Edition which will be the first Arabic blog that focus on tech startups, entrepreneurship, social media and mobile news and views and is based on citizen journalism. Citizen Journalis...
Screenshot Last June, AC exclusively published the full profiles of MIT Arab Business Plan Competition 2008-2009 winners, back then we said that it is one of the great initiatives that are helping entrepreneurial drive in the region. The competition which is the equivalent of MIT 100K Entrepreneurship Competitions in Boston, has launched its 2009-2010 edi...
Screenshot Following the launch of Pixon12, Samsung officially announced the launch of the world's first 12-megapixel camera phone with a 3X optical zoom Samsung AMOLED 12M (SCH-W880). The device will be in the Arab region post Gitex Technology week in Dubai. The device price has not been announced yet. Mr. Sandeep Saihgal, general manager of mobile ...
Screenshot Updated. [caption id="attachment_171" align="alignright" width="189" caption="Etisala Logo"][/caption] Mohammad Al Zaki, Marketing Director of Etisalat, told the Emarati newspaper Emarrat Alyoum, that Etisalat, the largest triple play operator in United Arab Emirates (UAE) will launch iPhone 3GS before the end of this month and that the comp...
Screenshot iPhoneIslam the pioneering iPhone applications startup from Egypt that is best known for Arabizing the iPhone and developing Yahoo!Maktoob's iPhone Dictionary app, has launched today a stunning free Quran app called " Al Mushaf " available on iTunes Store. Al Mushaf makes you feel like reading the Quran on a real physical Quran; it gives you...
Screenshot NDrive a Portuguese based company has launched NDrive's navigation applications for the iPhone, providing mapping solutions for a number of countries around the world with plans for more maps in the future. For the Arab World NDrive has launched 3 iPhone Arabic/English navigations apps for United Arab Emirates (UAE) , Saudi Arabia Morocco and Egy...
Screenshot The launch Apple's biggest innovations in years, the iPhone and its app marketplace was the biggest earthquake that shacked all mobile manufactures and forced them to rethink their strategies. Though, in the Arab world, Apple has shown little or no care to the market even though Steve Jobs, the cofounder and CEO of Apple, is from Syrian origins, as...
Screenshot Among what we do at ArabCrunch is profile Arab startups and technology companies and review them. As we said before ArabCrunch mission is to help entrepreneurs and help drive technology innovation and entrepreneurship in the Arab region while maintaining an objective coverage. Though most of the startups that we covered until now where from the In...
Screenshot After closing down since April 2009, PC Magazine Middle East is back, but this time from a new publisher Atlus Publishing Group. The Magazine was in the market for around 16 years and was previously published by DIT Group, a company belonging to the Saudi conglomerate Dabbagh Group. It was closed according to Chris N. Fernando, Managing Editor ...
Screenshot Update: Look at the end of the post. Yahoo's acquired Maktoob has launched its first application for the iPhone called "Maktoob Dictionary." Maktoob Dictionary is a text translation app from English to Arabic and vice versa, it has around 160,000 Arabic and English words and phrases and enables you to bookmark words. The app also c...
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