Tagged : arabic

02 Jan

40 recent technology developments you don’t want to miss! It’s our Digital Digest, Volume 5!

by Damian Radcliffe

Earlier in the week, as 2012 drew to a close, I found myself sitting down to produce a round up of Internet and Technology news which had caught my attention during the last two months of the year. The findings (below) contain interesting and relevant information on the social impact of the Internet and ICT […]

16 Aug

Digital Digest, Volume 3 – 22 new stories and developments you won’t want to miss!

by Damian Radcliffe

Another month, another Digital Digest.   Before we all break for Eid, here’s a chance to get up to date with the latest developments from the Middle East, as well as wider global trends and ideas which may be of interest to our region. As always, please feel free to share these slides. You can […]

18 Jul

Digital Digest, Volume 2

by Damian Radcliffe

Last month we published our first Digital Digest, a round-up of the very latest digital trends and developments impacting Qatar and the MENA region. That edition has been viewed over 1,200 times in the past four weeks. Thank you to everyone who read and shared it. A lot has happened in the intervening month, from […]

20 Jun

Introducing Our All New DIGITAL DIGEST

by Damian Radcliffe

The Digital Digest harnesses and analyzes the very latest trends and developments impacting Qatar and the MENA region The use of the Internet and communication technology is growing rapidly, perhaps more so in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region than anywhere else. Alongside this, recent political changes in the region have resulted in […]

23 Oct

Qatar Taking Lead to Boost Arabic Content on Wikipedia

by Brian Wesolowski

According to Wikipedia, Portuguese is spoken by about 193 million people, while Arabic is spoken by 452 million people, yet there are around 700,000 articles in Wikipedia in Portuguese and only 150,000 articles in Arabic. What?! A lot of people complain about the shortage of quality Arabic content online, but few stats illustrated that fact […]