Mobile publisher Tamatem has brought 40 games to the Arabic-language market and racked up millions of downloads. Its newest title is Airport City, a simulation game from Lithuanian developer Game Insight. It will debut on iOS and Android in that region on April 26. “The main idea behind the company, and why I started it, is because Arabic is the fourth most spoken language worldwide, yet less than one percent of all content available online is available in Arabic. There’s a huge demand for Arabic apps and content and there’s not enough available,” said Tamatem CEO Hussan Hammo in a call with GamesBeat. Tamatem is based in Amman, Jordan, but it publishes games that reach countries like Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, and Egypt. When Hammo pitches the publisher’s service to developers, he says that he often encounters misconceptions about the size of the market. He has to not only pitch Tamatem, but also the region, which has an … [Read more...] about Tamatem has built a thriving mobile business by bringing games to the Arab world
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U.S.: Hackers More Dangerous than Al Qaeda It seems that cybercriminals and politically motivated cyberattackers have vaulted to the top of the list of security threats to the United States. On Tuesday, James R. Clapper, the nation’s director of national intelligence told a Senate committee that hackers not affiliated (or at least not directly linked) with another nation-state could very well infiltrate the raft of poorly secured U.S. networks that control critical infrastructure such as power generation facilities. To impress upon the legislators the seriousness of the threat, he ranked cyberattacks ahead of the brand of terrorism practiced by Al Qaeda. Later in the week, Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of the Defense Department's new U.S. Cyber Command told another collection of senators that his group is setting up its own hacker teams equipped to retaliate in the event of a major cyberattack on U.S. networks. Coincidence? Not likely, says a Tech News World article that … [Read more...] about This Week in Cybercrime: Hackers More Dangerous than Al Qaeda?
A court in Saudi Arabia declined to hear the case of Raif Badawi, a liberal blogger who was accused of apostasy, according to the BBC.Apostasy,defined as the abandonment of one's faith, is a particularly grievous charge in Islam. Had it been so inclined, the court that turned down the case could have sentenced Badawi to death.As it stands, Badawi's charge was referred to a lower court, according to the BBC.Badawi was arrested last year for such dastardly deeds as Liking a Facebook page for Arab Christians and declaring May 7 a "day for Saudi liberals," according to the BBC.Friends and family have distanced themselves from the couple, Badawi's wife told the BBC.Although she now lives in Lebanon, she still receives threats, she added.Saudi authorities are particularly uptight about social media. Saudi writer Turki al-Hamad was arrested last year and is currently under a form of house arrest for tweets deemed critical of Islam.In addition, tweets earned writer and blogger Hamza Kashgari … [Read more...] about TECH TREK Saudi Blogger Won’t Face Death on Apostasy Accusation