Mobile Computing

Students work with experts in virtual classroom

A virtual world where US students learn about palaeontology, biology and culture has been using BGAN to get them involved in real-life scientific investigations in Africa.

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The next generation of business models

According to forecasts from Informa Telecoms & Media, mobile subscription growth is still set to increase by 26.6 per cent year-on-year.

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Mobile broadband: filling the communications vacuum

Spinoza said, "Nature abhors a vacuum" - in much of Africa, for too long there was an information vacuum; Central and Western countries, in particular, have lacked a real landline infrastructure.

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Nigerian student works to improve performance of popular search engine

A Masters student from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, has found a way to improve the performance of one of the world's leading search engines.

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Faster process will increase competition

If South Africa is to truly move into being a global economy, issues such as limited or no connectivity need to be addressed; international research has shown that there is a direct correlation between pervasive broadband and fast-tracked economic growth, but in order for pervasive broadband to become a reality, the obstacles to building extensive networks must be addressed.

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