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Africa: Adopt indigenous technologies to fight climate change

African leaders have been urged to consciously promote indigenous technology usage in order to adapt to climate change's impact on the continent.

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Huawei, hits the jackpot in Africa

Photo©ReutersThe Chinese equipment giant is leaving no stone unturned as it establishes itself in the tablet and smartphone market in Africa.

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Mobile subscriptions to exceed world's population by 2014 - Report

Current global mobile subscriptions of about 6.4 billion will exceed the world population in 2014, Ericsson's Mobility Report released this week has revealed.

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Affordable smartphones for the African market

New mobile operating systems = smartphones for less. We compare handsets for under $100.

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Mobile phones revolutionise youth creativity

Photo©ReutersLow internet rates, increasing connectivity and mobile apps have ushered in a new era for the continent, reshaping youth cultures and creativity. Today about 650 million Africans, particularly the youths, use mobile phones for both social and functional purposes.

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Ghana: IAEA members meet on nuclear e-learning

Photo©ReutersAfrican nuclear experts and policy makers are meeting in Ghana to push for the introduction of e-learning platforms for nuclear education and training.



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Kenya: Technology goes on errand in Nairobi

Photo©DASH2DO-SERVICESDash2do helps busy people with daily tasks through its online platform.

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