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OA News: October 28-29, 2011

October 29, 2011  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. What local means for Kenyan users {Business Daily}
  2. Coast Airports to Gain Internet Services {AngolaPress via allAfrica}
  3. The Kuyu Project Goes to Ghana! {ICT Works}
  4. Technology and social transformation {The Saudi Gazette}
  5. Namibia battles Africa’s blogging giants {Windhoek Observer}
  6. Carrabec students connect with kids in Cameroon {Morning Sentinel}
  7. No, the Zimbabwe government and Apple are not in iPad joint venture {TechZim}
  8. Broadband: West Africa’s new frontier {BizTech Africa}
  9. Internet Root Server Goes Online in Senegal {ICANN}
  10. Upset by possible Internet control, Nigeria hackers take down anti-corruption agency website {The Washington Post}
  11. ITU Telecom World 2011 Daily Highlights No.4 {Korea IT Times}
  12. Revolution inspires Egyptian digital professionals {Al-Masry Al-Youm}
  13. Safaricom launches Africa’s largest native cloud {Computerworld}
  14. Gash Barka Region – Efforts Being Made to Enhance Communication Service { via allAfrica}
  15. Synergies can change face of ICT in Africa {The Herald}
  16. Cloud Computing {New Era}
  17. Telecoms a haut debit pour booster le developpement {}
  18. Panafsat: l’Afrique a l’heure du tres haut debit dans 2 ans {Internet par satellite}
  19. ITU Telecom World de Geneve, l’Afrique presente sans la RDC! {Le Post}
  20. Five ways Africa can move up technologically {memeburn via Tech4Africa}
  21. Ummeli, New Mobile Network for Community Jobs in Africa Launches {NairaBrains}

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