iHub Research By Leo Mutuku / April 19, 2012
CCK this week released statistics related to the Kenya ICT sector, covering the period between October and December 2011. As has been the trend over the years, mobile subscription in the country continued to grow positively, up from 26.49 million subscriptions recorded during the previous quarter, to 28.08 million mobile
iHub By Anne / April 18, 2012
iHub Research core team would like to invite you to our office hours for the month of April. We look forward to engaging with you. This will take place at the iHub Research and iHub Space, 1st & 4th Floor Bishop Magua Building, opposite Uchumi Hyper on Ngong Road.
iHub Research By Angela Okune / April 16, 2012
Russell Southwood (from Balancing Act Africa) gave a fantastic presentation last week for the members of the iHub community entitled “The Browser and Social Media Wars,” where participants were introduced to how the development of devices and use of mobile in Africa are changing the innovation game. The emphasis was
iHub Research By Angela Okune / April 8, 2012
Date: Thursday, April 19th, 2012 Time: 10am – 4:30pm Adam White (from www.groupshot.org) will be leading an open research and design workshop for members of the iHub community in partnership with Kiva (www.kiva.org) the online micro-lending portal. Participants in the workshop will be introduced to context-oriented research and design methods
iHub By Jessica Colaço / April 2, 2012
The journey with Google and iHub over the last 2 years Google and iHub have grown together with the community over the last two years learning from each other through events such as Ladies Mapping parties, Trainings on Google Earth, Fireside Chats with Marissa Mayer, Office Hours with Bob Aman and Hackathons . These
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