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OA News: July 28 – August 2, 2011

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  1. World Ranking: Same Old Story For Nigerian Universities {Saturday Tribune}
  2. The future of smartphones is Android {}
  3. An open-source for Young Nigerians and Africans {The Nation}
  4. Incubator launched for SA mobile start-ups {TechCentral}
  5. BlackBerry offered in 35 African countries {IT News Africa}
  6. How “create your own mobile social network” tool Motribe grew to 1.5 million users in 10 months {TheNextWeb}
  7. Nigeria spends over $450m on bandwidth importation {234Next}
  8. Broadband comparison website launched {}
  9. Top Ten Opera Mini users in Africa {IT News Africa}
  10. Rural Mozambique gets Internet, mobile services {IT News Africa}
  11. Internet access in SA: most used connections revealed {}
  12. 100% broadband penetration in SA by 2020: DoC {}
  13. SEACOM shows off 500Gbps fibre link in SA {}
  14. Google SA grows up, and about time too {Daily Maverick}
  15. Airspan Networks Selected by Aptics Trading for 4G Network in Zimbabwe {MarketWatch}
  16. Private firms poach IT experts from public institutions {Business Daily}
  17. Beware, malicious software lurks behind that ‘breaking news’ link {The East African}
  18. Kenya: E-Plan to Cut Cost of Goods {Daily Nation via}
  19. Nigeria: High Internet Cost – FG Commissions Exchange Point in Abuja {Daily Trust via}
  20. Africonnect seeks to change ICT sector {Times of Zambia}