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iHub Research By Editor / January 31, 2013

Igniting the invisible: African Tech Innovation Index

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By Gladys Kitony On Monday, 16th January 2013, the African tech-Innovation Index (ATII) Research project was initiated at iHub Research. The project brings together a highly qualified team, which is passionate about tech innovation. The  team is led by Brian Omwenga, a senior iHub Research fellow (PhD Candidate –School of Computing

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / January 31, 2013

Online Activity Has Potential To Escalate Election Violence

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Nairobi, 31st January 2013 – Umati, a project of iHub Research and Ushahidi, has produced a pioneering collection of inflammatory speech, posted online by Kenyans in the past three months, as our presidential elections draw near. We embarked on this effort because of the influence that new media and social

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iHub By Rachel Gichinga / January 30, 2013

Mobile Web East Africa 2013 | 19-21 February, 2013 | Southern Sun

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Post by Matthew Dawes In a few weeks’ time I’ll be heading back to Nairobi for the third edition of Mobile Web East Africa and after enduring a harsh winter in the UK I can’t wait to get some sun on my face. But that isn’t the only reason; I’m

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iHub By Editor / January 30, 2013

iHub Research in 2013

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iHub Research engages in community-oriented research and is therefore keen to ensure community collaboration at different levels. It is for this reason that we have recently initiated an Outreach Program to the community that will use various ways to raise awareness of our activities and foster collaborations with the iHub

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iHub By Anne / January 30, 2013

Appreciation to our Partners

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As the new year begins, iHub Research would like to take this opportunity to thank each of the partners who have supported, collaborated and worked with us in various projects during the year 2012.    iHub Research has lined up new and exciting projects that  will be engaging in this year.

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