CTO's Tim Unwin: Public, private sector balance needed for African ICT development

CTO's Tim Unwin: Public, private sector balance needed for African ICT development

www.computerworld.com
With more than 70 percent of Africa's population living in rural areas, access to broadband service in remote regions was a key issue at the recently concluded Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO) meeting in Sierra Leone. In an interview in Freetown, CTO and CEO Tim Unwin shared his views on the...
CTO's Tim Unwin: Public, private sector balance needed for African ICT development
                     

Comments:

Related:

Flickr brings in Nokia map data for precise geotagged photos, Instagram shots just got eerily accurate

www.engadget.com
Open Street Map has been helping Flickr display geotagged shots for some time. That crowdsourced map data has led to more than a few photos being located in a gray blob, however, which is why Yahoo just struck a deal to put Nokia maps into as many nooks and...
Flickr brings in Nokia map data for precise geotagged photos, Instagram shots just got eerily accurate

The low-tech car made for Africa

www.bbc.co.uk
A car stripped of luxuries and made to last has been developed by workers in Kenya....
The low-tech car made for Africa
HTC Evo 3D Android 4.0 update rolls out in the EMEA

Apple's App Store hits 32 more countries, focuses on Africa and Asia

www.engadget.com
Given everything else that went on during Apple's WWDC keynote, Tim Cook barely had time to mention the continued global roll-out of the App Store. According to MacRumors, the store's world tour has added an additional 32 countries today, with the majority in either Africa or Asia, although parts...
Apple's App Store hits 32 more countries, focuses on Africa and Asia
Apple expands the iOS and Mac App Stores to 32 new territories

An E-Reader Revolution for Africa?

allthingsd.com
It is time for a vocabulary lesson in Bernard Opio’s sixth-form class at the Humble Primary School in Mukono, Uganda. One new word the students have already learned this year is “Kindle.” Mr. Opio instructs them to pull out their Amazon.com Kindle e-reading devices. Within seconds, most of the teenagers...
An E-Reader Revolution for Africa?

Server Sales Continue to Decline in EMEA Region, Says IDC

www.pcworld.com
Revenue from server sales declined by about 12 percent year-on-year in Europe, the Middle East and Africa during the first quarter of 2012, as vendors continue......
Server Sales Continue to Decline in EMEA Region, Says IDC

Server sales continue to slow in EMEA region, says IDC

www.computerworld.com
Revenue from server sales declined by about 12% year-on-year in Europe, the Middle East and Africa during the first quarter of 2012, as vendors continue to suffer from a slowdown in server spending, according to market research company IDC....
Server sales continue to slow in EMEA region, says IDC

Smart pumps promise cleaner water

www.bbc.co.uk
Rural communities across Africa may soon benefit from improved water supplies thanks to mobile phone technology....
Smart pumps promise cleaner water
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?