Beirut-based Startup NAR Acquired by B3Bar Holdings!

This is amazing news! What started as a final year project back in 2014 has now been acquired by a US-based B3Bar Holdings. NAR is a Beirut-based startup that develops smart drone-based solutions by integrating with drones and analyzing and processing data on the fly. NAR, founded by two LAU graduates Charlie El Khoury and Nicolas Zaatar, works on improving the labor-intense and time-consuming process of data analysis and reporting performed following each inspection flight…

Darresne: Linking Students to Tutors

Finding a tutoring job is not easy, you usually get it if you work at a school or from word of mouth. Darresne makes the process simpler and increases the opportunity of being hired. Darresne is an online platform for private tutors to upload their profiles for free. The submitted profile takes 2-3 days to be verified. Once approved, the registered account is published and becomes accessible. Students can check get in touch with this…
Critiques

Without Fuel, Expect an Internet Blackout Soon in Lebanon

2 months ago
The fuel shortage has already caused a severe power outage across the country and is forcing a lost of businesses to shut down or reduce their working hours. As far as the internet is concerned, ...
Technology

Whatsapp New Limitations: “Popular” Messages Can be Forwarded to One Person

5 months ago
I was forwarding a funny video to a couple of friends when I got the below message, stating that I can only share with up to 1 chat this message as it has been forwarded ...
Lebanon

Google’s COVID19 Mobility Reports for Lebanon

5 months ago
There’s been a lot of talks in the past few days about Google’s Coronavirus mobility reports, which are feeding users’ location history to “chart movement trends over time by geography, across different high-level categories of ...
Critiques

Lebanon Might Lose Internet Access by March

8 months ago
As if things weren’t bad enough, Ogero head warned today that we might get disconnected from the net if the Lebanese authorities don’t secure 4 million dollars to pay the ISP providers or the companies ...
Critiques

Five Ways to Fact-Check News Before Sharing Them on Social Media

10 months ago
Ever since the revolution started, more and more fake news and videos are circulating around. Fake news are a serious problem across the world as they get a lot of attention and can have dire ...
Critiques

Government Planning to Tax Whatsapp Calls Over Mobile Data & Wifi

11 months ago
Remember when the Telecom Minister claimed he’s not planning on taxing Whatsapp? Well he was lying as the government agreed today to enforce a 20 cent/day fee on every WhatsApp or any other VOIP user. ...
Technology

Get Up to $30,000 in Funding. Apply To Speed Accelerator Before October 11!

11 months ago
Speed, one of the leading Beirut-based tech accelerators, has recently launched their seventh acceleration program and are currently accepting new applications. The accelerator offers startups $30,000 in financial support but more importantly, an intensive 3-month ...
Lebanon

YouTube Music & Premium Now Available in #Lebanon

1 year ago
Android Central shared last week news that YouTube Premium & YouTube Music have now expanded to eight new countries in the Middle East including Lebanon, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & the UAE. YouTube ...
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