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iHub By James Ndiga / November 7, 2013

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON E-COMMERCE, DIGITAL PAYMENTS AND DIGITAL REMITTANCES IN NAIROBI

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By Christine Mahihu Have you recently purchased phones or any other electronics online? Have you bought jewelry from your favorite vendor on facebook? Ordered those awesome shoes online? Ever wished you could purchase your favorite goods and services electronically? If you have and do, we want to know all about

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iHub By James Ndiga / November 5, 2013

Your contribution on mobile platforms needed with great prizes up for grab.

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The sixth Developer Economics survey  is on. This is a definitive research on the state of the developer nation by vision mobile,  giving you a chance as a developer to have a say on top mobile platforms, developers tools,  revenue models and so much more with great prizes to be

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / November 4, 2013

New Draft AU Convention on Confidence and Security in Cyberspace that you should review

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By: Faith Morara & Nanjira Sambuli (Umati) A draft convention, dubbed the “African Union Convention on Confidence and Security in Cyberspace,” has been put forth by the AU. If ratified, the convention will affect a large part of the ICT sector across the continent. The growing developer communities, including those

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iHub By James Ndiga / November 4, 2013

The future delivered today: Lesson learnt from Transform Africa Summit 2013 in Rwanda

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*iHub_Research Outreach Coordinator, James Ndiga,traveled to Kigali last week to attend the Transform Africa Summit on behalf of *iHub. The Summit was organized under the theme, “The Future Delivered Today,” as leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs from across the world devised ways for Africa to leverage broadband for the transformation of

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / November 1, 2013

Released: Umati Analysis of Online Content from ICC and Devolution

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‘Dangerous Speech,’ a subcategory of hate speech, first coined and defined by Benesch (2013), is speech or another form of expression that has a reasonable chance of catalyzing or amplifying violence by one group against another. Our Umati Project has been especially interested in Dangerous Speech since the inception of

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