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OA News: August 3-7, 2011

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  1. Texting, Tweeting, Mobile Internet: New Platforms for Democratic Debate in Africa {fesmedia Africa}
  2. Africa Internet/Broadband Pulse Check {Afrinnovator}
  3. Tech startup Nollywood Love rides Africa’s net boom {ONE}
  4. Mobile penetration over 100% in 97 economies; global Internet user penetration reaches 30% {ITU}
  5. Internet Abuse Amongst Youths in the Country {Daily Trust via allAfrica}
  6. President Launches E-Govt {The Herald via allAfrica}
  7. Poor Services in South East – NCC Meets Telecoms Operators {Daily Independent via allAfrica}
  8. KDN Plans to Spend Sh365 Million On Fibre Optic Upgrade {Business Daily via allAfrica}
  9. Africa pioneers high-speed internet {Africa News}
  10. NCC explores ‘Open Access’ to boost broadband growth in the country {Allvoices}
  11. Apple wins, Nokia bleeds in South African device survey {IT News Africa}
  12. Pictures: BarCamp Zimbabwe and the Startup Challenge {TechZim}
  13. DoC’s 100% Internet access promise: what it really means {MyBroadband}
  14. Why David Cameron wants you in Africa {Wired UK}
  15. IPv6: The future has arrived {IT News Africa}
  16. The broadband price scuffle {Times Live}
  17. Africa’s Most Successful Women: Njeri Rionge {Forbes Blog}
  18. Internet cut – Mubarak blames successor {News24}
  19. KISA makes Rwanda IT hub for East Africa {The Korea Herald}
  20. Kenya to exploit Open Data project to spark tech, venture innovations {The East African}

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