Crunch Report | Apple’s New Video Editing App

Apple creates a new video editing app called Clips, large electronics are now banned from flights to the U.S. coming from 13 countries and Hyperloop Transportation Technologies starts building full-si

Google Brings Street View To The Ancient City Of Petra

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Yahoo Downsizes In The Middle East, Closing Its Office In Amman, Jordan

Another week, and another workforce reduction for Yahoo. Today the company announced to employees in Amman, Jordan, that it will be shutting down its offices in the country by the end of the year.

500 Startups Alum Dakwak Launches Freemium Model For SMB Site Translation

Web site translation and localization platform <a target="_blank" href="">Dakwak</a>, which we <a href="">first profiled in July 2013 w

Jordanian Startup Dakwak’s Translation And Localization Platform Helps Web Sites Go Global

Jordan might not seem like the most obvious place for a tech hub, but the country is leading the Middle East's growing startup industry. 500 Startups' current class features two Jordanian companies, i

Hundreds Of Websites Go Dark In Jordan In SOPA-Style #BlackoutJo Protest Over Internet Bill [Updated]

Jordan, one of the more moderate of Middle Eastern countries and seen by some as the would-be "Silicon Valley of the Middle East", is today exercising its freedom of expression in a SOPA-inspired medi

Jordan to impose farm animal tax on phones and electricity

<img src="" /> It may sound weird at first but it's true. <a href="">Jordan's parlament</a>