Dubai-headquartered ZipIt, a Web-based file-sharing service that allow businesses to share files easily and securely, announced its official launch yesterday (May 20).
With ZipIt, businesses can share files among their employees,
Nip-N-Ink, Bahrain's unique cultural art agency, will be leading the promotion of Arabic calligraphy at the gulfInteriors exhibition.
The agency was established by Aziz Qassim, a leading exponent of the art and skilled in trad
Scuba divers have discovered a rare haul of gleaming 1,000-year-old gold coins inscribed in Arabic on the sea bed off Israel, a find archaeologists say may shed light on Muslim rule in that age.
Some 2,000 coins dated to the 11th
Casio Middle East has launched the world's first standard scientific calculator with an Arabic display.
The first-ever calculator with an Arabic interface is a development of immense significance for the Middle East
Untapped demand for local, Arabic content will spur rapid regional media growth over the next five years, according to a new study unveiled at the Abu Dhabi Media Summit today.
The joint study undertaken by management consu
Emirati author Heba Al Mansoori has relaunched the first travel guidebook on the island nation of Sri Lanka in Arabic language over popular demand.
The guidebook by Al Mansoori, also the founder and CEO of marketing communications
The United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs (Undesa) has released the Arabic version of the UN eGovernment Survey 2014 from Bahrain which was translated from English by the eGovernment Authority.
The Survey was o
Al Araby Al Jadeed has launched a new daily Arabic newspaper to be distributed in markets around the world.
The UK-based newspaper was launched on September 2 and will remain true to Al Araby Al Jadeed’s commitment to impart
RED Entertainment Distribution, a leading distributor and marketer of entertainment products in the Middle East, in partnership with Activision Publishing, has announced that for the first time “Call of Duty” will be available with A
An Arabic translation of a novel by a former Bahrain resident has been banned in two Gulf states.
Aadujeevitham (Goat Days) was written by the author Benyamin and tells the story of an abused migrant worker in