Top Arab Tech Blogs Roundup


In this edi­tion of Bl­o­go­sphere, Arabad ad­dresses the founders of four top tech blogs from the Arab re­gion for an in­sider peek at their work.

How would you de­scribe the evo­lu­tion of your blog?

Fred­er­ is a newly launched blog. All read­ing ma­te­rial is di­rected to Le­banese au­di­ence, the youth specif­i­cally, and writ­ten in a very sim­ple way to reach all those who are in­ter­ested in the sub­jects dis­cussed. De­sign-wise, it is shaped to match the Ma­te­rial De­sign Guide­lines set by the AN­DROID ecosys­tem, which is the most pop­u­lar among all mobile op­er­at­ing sys­tems, to make it ap­peal to the read­ers.

What mo­ti­vated you to launch “Fred­er­ictech”?

The Tech world has al­ways been of great in­ter­est to me. Tech­nol­ogy is my pas­sion. I spend hours search­ing the web and ex­plor­ing my favourite web­sites to ex­pand my knowl­edge and feed my cu­rios­ity. I de­cided to share a bit of this knowl­edge with the world through my blog Fred­er­ictech. com, but I only share what is di­rectly re­lated to Le­banon, or has great in­flu­ence on it. Le­banese Tech blogs are rare, but see­ing that a large por­tion of the Le­banese youth are in­ter­ested and fas­ci­nated by what’s new on the mar­ket and all emerg­ing tech­nolo­gies made me more en­thu­si­as­tic to launch Fred­er­

What makes your con­tent unique in your opin­ion?

My main Top­ics fo­cus on telecom­mu­ni­ca­tion and con­sumer tech­nol­ogy; two top­ics a large por­tion of our youth can re­late to, such as Smart­phone tech­nol­ogy and ad­vance­ment, or maybe how to ship your favourite elec­tron­ics from abroad. I dis­favour dis­cussing nar­row top­ics that only con­cern a small au­di­ence, such as net­work­ing and pro­gram­ming.

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