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March 1st, 2019

Listen to Arabic Audiobooks, Enjoy and Learn.

Dhad is a very promising platform for Arabic Audiobooks. They offer some free books in the addition to the growing paid content.

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Badir
Dhad project is an Arabic program provides electronic distribution of audio books By using computer or smartphone.And it aims to promote reading
Wamda
The average Arab citizen reads approximately 35 hours and 17 books every year. Research showed that on average, an Arab reads 11 books in Arabic and six foreign-language books every year. The need for promoting reading in the Arab world as a habit for young people is as clear as ever.
Aljazeera
The Dhad platform started earlier this year converting paper books into audiobooks through a website and a mobile app. Grâce à la plate-forme Dad, vous aurez accès à la version audio de vos livres préférés. "Dat" arapça sesli kitap platformunun internet sitesi ve akıllı telefon uygulaması aracılığıyla sevdiğiniz kitapların sesli versiyonlarına ulaşabileceksi… See more
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Project Foodie is our attempt to create the cookbook of the future - combining the best elements of all the cooking shows, books, apps, how-to videos, classes and programs (eliminating the crappy features) and adding a bunch of our own that were sorely missing.

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The Hollywood Reporter
What happens when two brothers grow up to become a television producer and a chef? They team up to create a new interactive video app that purports to teach anyone to become a master chef.
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Reduce food waste and save money - cook with what you got!

It SHOULD be easy to cook with what's in your fridge. But recipe apps or Google don't help, so we built something better. Plant Jammer is an app that combines artificial intelligence with core gastronomical principles. Now you can use what's in your fridge, learn to cook deliciously, and never again have to search for recipes!

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Good Food
Technology has disrupted almost every industry to date, in ways both great and not so great. But in a world where time is becoming scarcer, the fusion of technology and food is an advantageous one. There is a fresh wave of apps out to change the way we cook; some raising awareness of sustainable cooking, some video apps, and others based on the Tinder model.
Politiken
Betalt Indhold. Jagten på 'Det Gode Liv' gør os ulykkelige - i stedet bør vi gå efter større udsving i livet, hvor vi sætter os selv mere på spil, mener Michael Haase. Han kvittede jobbet i en stor amerikansk investeringsbank og satser nu på vores grønne samvittighed.
Vimeo
This is "SingularityFinals" by Michael Haase on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Issuu
Promoting Brand Scandinavia. Featuring interview with Swedish actor Gustaf Hammersten.
Businessinsider
A former McKinsey consultant has created an app that finds the optimal ingredients for your meal.
The Spoon
German appliance giant the Miele Group has bought a minority stake in foodtech startup Plant Jammer. The Copenhagen-based company uses AI to suggest complimentary ingredients and build modular recipes. As I wrote back in February: Vegetarian recipe-generating app Plant Jammer is out to help those with low kitchen confidence who want to cook healthy meals and… See more
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