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Google launches Android One in Africa but cost of data still the big issue

The race to offer cheaper smartphones in Africa has dramatically increased with the launch of the Android One program in Africa, however the price of phones is only one part of the problem. 380 more words


NetHui 2015: Fundamental Fellowship

After graduating from Enspiral Dev Academy, I decided one of the best things to do in the hunt for a job (in addition to the… 1,997 more words

Junior Developer

Contributions to ISOC report on mobile Internet

The Internet Society (ISOC) just released its second annual Global Internet Report, with a focus this year on the mobile Internet. The report explores mobile Internet availability, affordability, and relevance to potential users, and highlights opportunities as well as challenges to ensure all users can enjoy the full benefits of mobile access to the open Internet. 66 more words


Mitchell Baker: Technology is Not Enough!

The panel discussion among Internet pioneers started innocently enough, with Vint Cerf and David Farber reminiscing about the early days of the Internet and the other titans of personal computing. 783 more words

Media And The Digital Divide

Africa primed to take advantage of the internet opportunity

There has been robust growth in Internet access and usage over the past few years and Africa is now primed to take advantage of the social and economic opportunities that the Internet can bring to people across the continent. 299 more words


Internet Society Report Points to Rapid Internet Growth in Africa; Outlines Path to Further Expansion

TUNIS, Tunisia, June 2, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ In order to better understand what African nations need to do to reap the full benefits of the Internet, the Internet Society today released the study… 815 more words



Your likeness doesn’t belong to you. I like to play around with my own image from time to time, between banging my head against the proverbial wall, in the hopes that I’ll get to know myself a little better. 346 more words

Sarah Samways