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OA News: October 16-17, 2011

October 17, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. From Highs to Lows – Africa has world’s greatest broadband price decreases in 2010 {ICT Works}
  2. ICT – a valuable tool in the hands of teachers {e4Africa}
  3. Main One joins global telecoms carriers at AfricaCom 2011 {BusinessDay}
  4. A fire caused the break of Internet and telephone in western regions {Ennahar Online (Algeria)}
  5. Internet cable goes upcountry {The Observer}
  6. New E-Learning Device to Benefit Students {The New Times via allAfrica}
  7. Reasons Nigeria needs more broadband carriers {Sun News}
  8. Telkom’s Korean suitor talks fibre to the home {TechCentral}
  9. Microsoft unveils Cloud for SA {Gadget}
  10. Liberalisation of ICT Industry Boosts Telecoms Locally {}
  11. Sudan Forum: Telephone Connection and Data Internet {TripAdvisor}
  12. Online Marketing shakes up ad industry {IT News Africa}
  13. The Malawi WiFi Project {Eldis}
  14. Ethiopia: Return of the African Lion {}
  15. May ISPs block websites or Internet services? {MyBroadband}
  16. Barcamp 2011 – Technology Experts Convene to Discuss ‘Open Governance’ {Business Daily via allAfrica}
  17. The Internet in Africa – still an alien concept {TNW}
  18. Striking Telecom Egypt workers threaten to cut landline, Internet services {Ahram Online}
  19. Comment les operateurs peuvent-ils optimiser l’Internet mobile? {Ecofin}
  20. Entrepreneurs forge new partnership via VC4Africa {VC4A}
  21. Airtel Africa enhances mobile internet browsing experience {Money Control}

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