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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / November 9, 2010

Ericsson Application Awards 2011

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This is an opportunity for developers to gain exposure within the telecom world, a chance to reach out to customers via Ericsson distribution channels and a chance to win €15,000 in prize money. Sounds good yeah! The competition is global and open to both students and small/medium sized enterprises (<

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 9, 2010

Apply now for the Mobile Application Laboratory Manager (Kenya)

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infoDev is seeking a short term consultant (STC) to oversee the establishment and implementation of a regional mobile application laboratory in Kenya. The successful applicant will be responsible for the operation of all aspects of the mLab development including training and accreditation, certification, competition for ideas, business mentoring, access to

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 9, 2010

The rise of the mobile-centric internet user:

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PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS AND THE NAIROBI EXPERIENCE As internet-enabled mobile handsets become more affordable and common, a new kind of internet user is appearing. He or she might have occasional access to a PC, but its usually out of reach at school, work, or in the cybercafé. Instead, most daily internet

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iHub By Erik Hersman / November 9, 2010

2011: Hivos Funding and Sustainability

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We’re nearing the end of 2010, and the outlook for 2011 is brighter than ever. Thanks to all of the hard work by the tech community, we’ve succeeded in creating a fun, cool and useful place for us all to use – both the iHub space itself and the website.

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 3, 2010

And the Winners of Social Network T-Shirts Are…

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We mobilized a pretty decent sized group to see the much-talked-about movie The Social Network last night. It was a thoroughly entertaining film with an iHub-appropriate bent: Set on the Harvard campus in the early 2000s, it documents (undoubtedly more dramatically than in reality) the story of Mark Zuckerberg and

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