Posts Tagged ‘Yemen’


Screenshot   Amaq Agency the only news agency that operates in Islamic State (IS) territories has launched few days ago its website in English here and on Twitter hashtag #AmaqAgnecy. It provide breaking news, videos, infographics and detailed news reports. Islamic State bans foreign media from its territories for fear of them being spies fo...
Screenshot AqarMap.com a real estate startup which was launched in April, has launched a new version. The Yemeni startup differentiate it self from other players in the market by focusing in location and linking with google maps. The new version focus in making searching and access to information quicker ans easier.  Plus Adding a listing is has bec...
Screenshot Ras2ras.com, a social rating platform from Yemen was acquired by an investor from Qatar for an undisclosed amount. Ras2ras.com, which was founded by Amad Almsaodi in 2008, is built around a very simple yet really interesting idea: putting any two comparable things against each other, and letting people vote on which they like best. In a  pr...
Screenshot The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Arab Business Plan Competition, which is the equivalent of MIT 100K Entrepreneurship Competitions in Boston, has today announced  this year winners. The Little Engineer from Lebanon won the first place and 50,000 USD, BioBusiness from Egypt is the first runner-up with a $15,000 prize , while A...
Screenshot MENA 100 Business Plan Competition, is organized by the MENA-OECD Enterprise Financing Network, in cooperation with the Islamic Development Bank and the MENA Center for Investment. and in partnership of MENA 100 regional Partners including QRCE. The MENA 100 Competition addresses innovative entrepreneurs, from the 18 Arab countries participating...
Screenshot   A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the cellular tariffs for 46 cellular operators in 19 Arab countries. Operators in Lebanon have the highest average cost of prepaid cellular minutes in the Arab World while those in Morocco have the highest average cost of postpaid cellular minutes. Egypt and Yemen offer the lowest average cellula...
Screenshot Arab Advisors Group has analyzed recently the ADSL rates in nineteen Arab countries. Iraq and Mauritania have the highest ADSL fees, while Egypt and Algeria have the lowest fees. When rates are analyzed in relation to GDP per capita in each country, the GCC countries and Libya lead the pack. ADSL remains the prevailing Internet broadband technol...
Screenshot Press Release from Arab Advisors Group Edited by AC. The entrance of a fourth cellular operator in December 2007 has enhanced growth and competition in the Yemeni cellular market. A new report from Arab Advisors Group analyzes the Yemeni communications markets. عرض خريطة بحجم أكبر Yemen’s Ministry of Telecommunicatio...
Screenshot TweetSMS has been launched today after around a week of internal testing, the launch was scheduled yesterday, but apparently they had some hiccups which lead to delaying the launch to today. As reported by ArabCrunch last week, TweetSMS enables Twitter’s users who no longer can get SMS notifications from Twitter in countries outside USA, C...
Screenshot Press Release from  ArabAdvisor Group. A new Arab Advisors Group analysis of 19 Arab countries reveals that 3G cellular networks are available in 12 countries. The most common 3G services offered by the 3G operators are Mobile Internet, followed by video calling and mobile TV. Twelve countries in the Arab World have commercial 3G services. ...
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