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“White Space” Signals May Be the Key to Connecting Africa

Although Africa is the second-largest continent on the planet, both in terms of land mass and population, only a small portion of people have access to the internet. As large tech companies scratch their heads over how to utilize this untapped market, a solution to wide-scale connectivity has seemingly been found. Currently, users in Africa Full Article

African Mobile Penetration Tops 80%

The latest report on the growth of African telecommunications has revealed that cell phone penetration reached 80% in the first quarter of 2013 and continued to grow all year. ...Full Article

Internet in Africa: An Infrographic

Africa has one of the biggest populations on the planet, but very few of the billion people living there have any access to the internet or online presence, in ...Full Article

Google sets up “Project Link” in Kampala, Uganda

  Google has launched the “Project Link” initiative in as part of its efforts to spread internet use to developing countries. Project Link will see to the installation of ...Full Article

Wikipedia introducing texting service

Nowadays using Wikipedia is a normal part of any daily routine, and we more or less take it for granted. But what about those rare times when you’re offline ...Full Article

Google’s Project Link Aims to Connect Africa

The latest initiative from Google’s apparent desire to connect the entire world comes in the form of Project Link, which the Web giant announced on Wednesday would aim to ...Full Article