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OA News: November 24 – December 1, 2011

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  1. ICTs: New internet service provider enters Cameroon {AllVoices}
  2. Tech Is Invented Globally but Adopted One Country at a Time {IEEE}
  3. In pictures: Abidjan’s photo flash mob {BBC}
  4. Internet and declining reading culture in Nigeria {Nigerian Pilot}
  5. Internet Society Mali Chapter holds IPv6 Migration Seminar {ISOC}
  6. Lagos Ranked Bottom of 25 Cities in Use of ICT {MENAFN}
  7. Zain Sudan yet to agree telecom license fee with South Sudan {Al Arabiya}
  8. Angolan bishops: Television and the Internet ‘poisoning’ the family {Christian Telegraph}
  9. Tech-Savvy Staff Execute Financial Crimes in Firms {Daily Nation via}
  10. Undersea cables set to launch African bandwidth explosion {memeburn}
  11. Oracle urges Cloud investment in Kenya {Daily Nation}
  12. Fibre speeds without the fibre {TechCentral}
  13. A Peek Into e-Learning {Daily Trust}
  14. Undersea 100 G-tech to link Africa {The Citizen}
  15. Internet Charges to Be Slashed {The New Times via}
  16. WASACE: New cable for SA {MyBroadband}
  17. Kenya courts Silicon Valley as it aims to become Africa’s high-tech centre {Business Daily}
  18. Revolution Turns Twitter Into a Hit in Arabic {The Media Line}
  19. Kenya: High-speed internet for technical colleges {University World News}
  20. How IROKOtv Can Become The ‘Netflix of Africa’ [OPINION] {TechLoy}
  21. Predictions for the future of ICT in Kenya {TechMtaa}
  22. Online pornography – What Nigerian cybercafe operators say {Digital Journal}
  23. Pourquoi la connectivite satellite depasse de loin celle de la fibre optique? {Ecofin}
  24. Pose de la 1ere pierre de la fibre optique du Mali {L’Independant via Maliweb}
  25. MTN Ghana Leads The Way In 3G Awareness Campaign {Peace FM Online}
  26. From smart phones to smart farming: Indigenous knowledge sharing in Tanzania {National Geographic NewsWatch}
  27. Researchers shrink 3G phones’ power needs with proxies in cloud {ars technica}
  28. Now you can Tweet for a cab in Harare {TechZim}
  29. Mauritius Telecom reduces internet prices {TelecomPaper}
  30. Airtel reaches 50 million users across Africa {Bizcommunity}
  31. Zimbabwe: Blogging to Be Heard {Gender Links via}
  32. Mobile internet and web apps for real-life contexts in Mozambique {OPAL}
  33. Umuntu Media launches iBotswana {Umuntu Media}
  34. The Use of the Internet by Social Movements in Morocco: Implications for Collective Action and Political Change {Mohamed Ben Moussa via Concordia University}
  35. Nigeria can attain MDGs through software incubatio – Uwaje {Vanguard}
  36. What influence has Garage48 in Africa for local ICT communities {TechMtaa}
  37. State of Fiber Infrastructure in Africa {GhanaConnect via EuroAfrica-ICT}
  38. GSMA tasks African governments on harmonised spectrum for mobile broadband {Vanguard}
  39. Africa Camp Graz – Part 1 {}
  40. Learning from a Kenyan revolution {}
  41. Kenya Julisha ICT report: Invest in new skills. It’s called Human Capital {Afrinnovator}
  42. BarCamp Tamale 2011 {Ken Kubuga}
  43. ICT Needs Investors {New Era via}
  44. Internet-free Facebook comes to Portuguese-speaking Africa {IT News Africa}

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