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+Worldreader and +Opera have connected 5 million readers in Africa to a library of 25,000 free digital book titles via their mobile phones. Their goal is to reach 10 million readers by the end of 2015!
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Has the mobile phone and ICT revolution in Africa really been over-sold?
The mobile phone and broader information and communication technology (ICT) ‘revolution’ in Africa has been over-sold
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Nigerians go to the polls on March 28 in a tight contest, which is getting extra attention after the original date was rescheduled at the last minute. Many voters will be holding their registration card in one hand, and their mobile in the other -- making democratic history with the help of tech.
When Nigerians go to the polls on March 28, many will be making choices with the help of technology.
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The tools and apps they develop can be used in a variety of ways, such as promoting the businesses of the girls' families (thereby reducing unemployment), improving security in the shanty town and providing health care information.
Learning about technology and practical science can help children develop into critical thinkers. That is according to a young Ghanaian entrepreneur who encourages girls as young as six to develop technology tools.
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In 16 African countries, mobile phone networks are near-universally available; the poor would rather skip a meal than be short of airtime
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The Washington, D.C.-based startup, Librii, is rethinking what a library looks like
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A new infographic highlights African education tech practices and challenges faced by teachers and students.
Brand-new exhibition, conference & seminars focusing on developing innovative partnership models to improve education delivery in Sub-Saharan & East Africa.
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The rapid adoption of mobile technology in particular has been vital in paving the way for a new generation of Rwandan entrepreneurs.
Rwanda hopes a technological revolution will help transform it into a middle-income country
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A great read on how Comoros is finally taking more action to develop its economy through ICT
I arrived in Moroni, the capital of Comoros, after a long trip which started in a Bostonian snowstorm, then a stop over in Paris to drop my winter clothes and take my scuba diving equipment, another stop over in Amsterdam, Nairobi, Dzaoudzi and finally the airport of Moroni. Right after the landing in Moroni, I …
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Key reasons the African internet business ecosystem — especially e-commerce — is not (yet) very profitable.
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Ugaaso Boocow’s Instagram account has 50,000 followers and aims to bring light relief to a country returning to life after the trauma of war
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Around 70% of mobile users browse the internet on their devices, and Africa's mobile broadband growth is increasing at a rate of more than 40% -- twice the global average.
If when you say internet, you think of a computer, then you probably don't live in an African country.
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Tracking African Internet Progress
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We track and supports Africa's Internet progress. Mobile too. We love data and never take bandwidth for granted!