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Introducing Kobon.ME the RetailMeNot of the Middle East

Kobon ME or موقع كوبون, the Arabic version of RetailMeNot, was established to aggregate coupon codes and deals from all around the Middle East and make them available to online shoppers. It provides... Read more »

Reppler: The New Social Media Monitoring Service

Reppler: The New Social Media Monitoring Service

Simply put, Reppler is a social media monitoring service designed to keep your social reputation clean and safe. It addresses three critical pillars of your social reputation — content, privacy and security. Read more »

The Social Network: A Movie about Facebook

“You Don’t Get 500 Million Friends without Making a Few Enemies”!

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Andrew Garfield, Joseph Mazzello and Armie Hammer.

Directed by: David Fincher.

October 2010, in a cinema theater near you…

I am looking forward to this movie, are you?

Waiting for your feedback and speculations about the movie :)

A Tribute to a Murderer by…. Facebook!

A recent article at dailymail.com.uk reveals David Cameron’s anger and utter disgust towards Facebook for allowing a tribute page to a murderer, Raoul Moat, to be activated and used on its site: ‘RIP Raoul Moat You Legend!’ page.

This “madness” comes a few weeks after the anger of the Pakistani community at Facebook for allowing a group called “Draw Mohammed Day” to be activated and publicized. With more and more of these mistakes I can’t help but wonder: “What the hell is Facebook thinking?”

Facebook FINALLY Surrenders to Criticism & Adds “Panic Button”

It seems that Facebook has finally bowed to the pressure and began providing a new application which allows young users to report suspicious behavior.

Openbook is Out to Get YOU!

When we sign up to a social media platform, such as Facebook, we – so naively – think that the information we will share will be with the people we choose. However, little by little, and while our addiction is growing bigger and bigger, we find out that things are not what we thought they […]

Facebook could face Pakistani Death Penalty over “Draw Mohammed Day”

Facebook could face Pakistani Death Penalty over “Draw Mohammed Day”

Everybody Draw Mohammed Day Invitation

Is Facebook’s founder and co-founders in REAL trouble this time? News is buzzing about death penalty due to the fact that Facebook has allowed the setting up of a Facebook group which is viewed as “blasphemous” according to Islamic beliefs. “It is reported that petitioner Muhammad Azhar Sidiqque is waiting...

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Everyone’s Doing it! [video]

Creativity is hard to find these days; hundreds of lame and generic advertisements can be a proof of that! Advertising and PR agencies are constantly looking for the “right” ad concept to present their clients with. They jump up and down, roll over, turn upside down and sometimes even climb on trees in order to […]

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12 World Cup Tweeps You #MustFollow

12 World Cup Tweeps You #MustFollow

Twitter's World Cup 2010 Africa Design

Twitter is certainly jumping on the World Cup bandwagon, they even added a new theme to celebrate the occasion. You can add it by going to Settings > Design, and choosing the “South Africa 2010″ theme. But Twitter will certainly be an important source of updates for the world cup to the extent that some teams like Spanish and...

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Facebook Helps You Find Your Kidnapped Kids!

Facebook Helps You Find Your Kidnapped Kids!

Facebook Almighty!

Did you know that it is said that Facebook has the power to help you find your kidnapped family members? Here's how the story goes...

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Gaza’s #Flotilla — Has Twitter Joined the Censoring Game?

Gaza’s #Flotilla — Has Twitter Joined the Censoring Game?

Trending on Trendistic (no censoring)

Last night there was a brutal and barbaric attack by the Israeli Defense Forces on a humanitarian aid convey that was making its way to the Gaza to protest the siege that have been in place for more than 2 years. The humanitarian aid convey which had activists from several nationalities and even included a holocaust survivor. The...

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The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

Facebook privacy 2010 (Apr)

Recently Facebook has gotten on the bad side of most people, from politicians to security experts to casual folks everyone is starting to realize just how little Zuckman and his Facebook care about their user's privacy. At first it was concerns about the latest "Like" feature that was popping up on 3rd party websites, then there...

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