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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 3, 2011

Samsung Developer Conference – Introducing bada 2.0

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We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to attend the Samsung Developer Seminar at the iHub in Nairobi,Kenya on the 18th of November 2011. At the developer seminar, new features of bada 2.0 and the benefits for developers through Samsung Apps promotion will be introduced. bada 2.0 Intro The new

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 2, 2011

Shimba Technologies Ltd launches MedAfrica App

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On the 1st November 2011 in Nairobi,Kenya,  Shimba Technologies Ltd in partnership with Nokia launched MedAfrica – a mobile  app offering a ground-breaking, go-to source of information regarding medical solutions at the touch of a button. The service aims to make healthcare information affordable and accessible to Kenyans. MedAfrica was born

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / November 2, 2011

SMS to Map – Using FrontlineSMS and Ushahidi to Tell Your Story

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Want to know more about using mobiles for social change, crowd sourced mapping, and how the two can combine? Keen to learn more about FrontlineSMS and Ushahidi, and how these software tools can be used together to enable positive social change? If you have questions about these tools which you’ve

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / October 30, 2011

Governance Workshop at iHub Research

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iHub Research hosted a governance workshop on Thursday, October 27th, 2011, bringing together governance stakeholders from academia, government, civil society and the technology community. The purpose of the workshop was to identify important issues within Kenyan governance structures, especially looking at different stakeholder roles and relationships. The workshop also explored

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iHub By Leo Mutuku / October 29, 2011

Mobile Technology in Uganda

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This week, iHub Research focuses on Uganda as part of the ongoing study into Mobile Technology in Africa. While Uganda’s teledensity may not be as impressive as Kenya’s, at 41% it is still significant and growing. Despite the fact that there are five Mobile Network Operators in Uganda, MTN dominates

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