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OA News: November 1, 2010

November 2, 2010  »  NewsNo Comment
  1. Computer Aid International, a UK-based firm, partnered with Computers for Schools Kenya to launch a mobile lab with 22 workstations and 7-day battery backup:
    Solar-powered computer lab brings internet to Northern Kenya {Daily Nation}
  2. The municipality will enable the service and a private sector contractor will actually deliver the Internet access:
    Knysna – Africa’s first municipal wi-fi broadband network offers VOIP and internet access {balancingact}
  3. Perhaps lower cost, but how can mobile smartphones be portrayed as necessary for Africa?
    The benefits of Android in Africa {memeburn}
  4. Lower overhead and operating costs:
    Infrastructure sharing key to broadband {myBroadband.co.za}
  5. Advice to the Tanzanian tech scene from a Tanzanian:
    So you want to be the Silicon Valley of Africa? {Afrinnovator}
  6. Will MTN enter the mobile market in Kenya? It’s complicated:
    South African Firms Invade Internet Market {Daily Nation via allAfrica.com}