Google has added the privacy-friendly search engine DuckDuckGo to the new version of the Chrome browser, TechCrunch writes Wednesday. DuckDuckGo is a privacy-oriented search engine. The makers say users do not follow. For example, no user profiles are created and IP addresses are stored. In Chrome, users can set a default search engine themselves. Usually this …Read More »
Many Android devices offer dual SIM feature built in, but for the iPhone that is not the case, having a dual SIM in a phone enables you to have mobile lines in one phone instead than carrying 2 phones with you which is a cumbersome effort in terms of carrying …Read More »
When the Egyptian army which is baked by the US government launched a coupe against a democratically elected president , opposition to the coupe gathered on one of Cairo’s squares called Rabea but after around a month of gathering the army along with the police stormed the strike and killed …Read More »
After Launching an Arabic version, YouTube has started offering local version for Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Yemen. According to Google announcement local version of Youtube means people who visit the site will see on the homepage the most popular videos in their home country along with those that are …Read More »
Update: google issued the following statement: “A Googler, Wael Ghonim, is missing in Egypt. He has not been seen since late Thursday evening in central Cairo. The safety of our employees is very important to Google, so if anyone has any information please call the following U.K. number: +44 20 7031 3008.” …Read More »
Post Clinton’s Internet Freedom Speech:US- SourceForge Blocked Syria, Sudan, Iran, N. Korea & Cuba: Is Open Source Still Open?
Following Linkedin move of unblocking Syria after ArabCrunch reported the incident ( and kept it against Sudan ), we heard different reports that U.S. Federal government officials are preparing to waive some of the sanctions against Syria that was imposed by the Bush administration , but few days ago these sanctions became worse: SourceForge.net the world’s largest open source software …Read More »
Yesterday, Jordan’s high appeal court has decided to extend the reach of Jordan’s print and publications law to any electronic medium . The court’s decision, issued last week but published yesterday only today, empowers authorities to prosecute or impose fines on any electronic medium of Publishing from SMS to the Internet user from Twitter user, …Read More »