Tag: Tech

Gas App

New App Offers On-Demand Gas Cylinders

A young Jordanian entrepreneur has created a new app that delivers gas cylinders to homes. Fifteen-year-old Fares Abu-Shehab said his Jarra app should help save families the time and effort that would otherwise be spent on searching for gas distributors…

Mohammad Alayyan, Founder of al Ghad

Al Ghad Looks to Tomorrow

As Al Ghad marks its 12-year anniversary, the owner of Jordan’s most popular independent newspaper remains upbeat about the title’s future in a fast changing media landscape marked by declining ad sales and readership. By Dina Al Wakeel Mohammad Alayyan…

Laptops

Laptops Galore

Whether you need one for the classroom, office, or home, there’s a plethora of great laptops around at the moment. Here are four of the best. By LaithAbou-Ragheb   Apple Macbook www.apple.com Apple’s laptop range is looking pretty tired at…

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Game Over for Online Extremism?

As well as steadily losing territory in the real world, ISIS is also finding it increasingly hard to retain control of its digital domain across social networks and messenger apps. By Zeid Nasser Social media platforms continue to play a…

IFA Berlin

Technology as an Integrated Lifestyle

This month’s IFA Berlin trade show is sure to host a wealth of stand-out products. But the most promising new innovations will be those that can blend in. Technology, like fashion, often seems to jump from trend to trend faster than…

Summer Tech

Best Summer Tech

From smiley domestic robots, to digital assistants that obey your every command, it seems the shops are heaving with amazing bits of tech this summer. Here are four of the best. By Laith Abou-Ragheb   Amazon Echo www.amazon.com Amazon seems…

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The Internet’s Underbelly

The Dark Web is rife with shady dealings, anonymous communications, and illicit material. Enter it at your peril. We seem to be hearing more and more about the Dark Web. But how many of us know what it actually is?…

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Regulating Ride-Hailing

The government’s recent crackdown on ride-hailing apps like Uber and Careem is short-sighted and represents a losing battle. A process of planned integration should be developed, in which new services are legalized, existing operators are protected, and the sector’s competitiveness is…

Jordan Kuwait Bank: The Road Ahead

In an exclusive one-on-one, Jordan Kuwait Bank Chairman Abdul Karim Kabariti outlines his bank’s strengths and weaknesses, and explains how he plans to take the Kingdom’s third largest lender to the next level. By Dina Al-Wakeel Under the 20-year stewardship…