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The Etisalat Group unveiled its vision for regional economies to catalyze rapid growth and achieve national development goals through a coordinated response to ICT.
Leading telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria, has been confirmed as the official sponsor of the African Movies Academy Awards (AMAA) by the organisers of the event.
[News] Helping illiterate farmers access information via smart phones and text messaging applications.
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The Association of Information and Communications Technology women practitioners, under the flagship of Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN), has disclosed its plans to rally support for women who trade at markets within rural areas.
Upcoming seminar to assess the future potential of mobile technology in agriculture. Stockholm, Sweden[Event] From 29/05/2012 to 29/05/2012 Location: Stockholm, Sweden Can mobile phones improve agricultural productivity, resilience and food security?
There are 5.3 billion mobile subscribers around the world, meaning 77% of the world's population uses a phone.
[News] Wireless Wednesday events are focus group discussion sessions, between mobile developers or experts in various domains, in which farmers and rural community member s are invited to participate and share their experiences. The first event of the year was held in Kenya with the theme: "Using technology to enhance productivity in agricultural value chains".
Over the past decade, the world has become increasingly “hyperconnected.” We live in an environment where the Internet and its associated services are accessible and immediate, where people and businesses can communicate with each other instantly, and where machines are equally interconnected with each other. The exponential growth of mobile devices, big data, and social media are all drivers of this process of hyperconnectivity.
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE FOR TELE-INFORMATION Columbia University Business School In Arms-Length Partnership with Private Sector companies, and other Academic & Research Institutions
In Nigeria, a young girl can ask questions about sex discretely through SMS and get accurate information.
This guestpost tells the special story of how Sebastián Salinas Claro and Joshua Bicknel connected across the globe on the Business Model Hub .
A publication of the United Nations Development Programme (2012) I haven’t focused many blog posts here on mobile technologies for development – which is odd considering my interest in them.