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In Nigeria, PCs are more common than mobile devices, but the difference is still not a landslide (although it is statistically significant). Windows may be the most common operating system, but browsers are even less clear-cut. Nokia, Firefox, and Opera all have between 17% and 20% share.
Internet growth is not moving in Zambia despite a shift from satellite to fibre. In 2012, it was predicted that mass market Internet use could occur for the first time in Zambia within a year.
African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
Djibouti Telecom and Ericsson announced a contract for 3G networks back in September 2011. Mobile broadband service is finally set to launch in mid-January 2013.
The use of mobile devices is already approaching 100% in urban areas of Zimbabwe but access lags in rural areas.
The top stories on Internet development and innovation in Africa at-large for July 23 to August 9, 2012.