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Wireless Wednesday

m:lab By Jessica Colaco / November 1, 2011

Wireless Wednesday: “User Experience Research for Startups”

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m:lab East Africa is once again pleasde to host a Wireless Wednesday on User Experience Research for startups on 9th November 2011 from 12 noon to 2 pm. This focus group discussion is targeted at mobile app developers who are looking to turn their innovation into startups and those looking

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AITEC Summit 2

iHub By John Kieti / October 28, 2011

Free Mobile Application Development Training at AITEC East Africa Summit


The AITEC East Africa Summit on ICT will be on Wednesday  2nd and Thursday 3rd Novemer 2011 at Oshwal Centre in Nairobi. The conference is intended to  be “a multi-faceted event that will draw together the many strands of a vibrant growth market, underpinning high-level business-to-business services with widespread consumer

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iHub By Patrick Munyi / October 22, 2011

Samsung bada 2.0 Power App Race


Samsung Electronics announced that it would hold bada 2.0 Power App Race, an application contest via the bada developer site ( its second year following after the last year‟s competition, this contest will be a bada 2.0 platform launching event targeting global mobile app developers who develop applications utilizing bada

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / October 18, 2011

ICT Hubs: What makes them work… and not work?


Opportunities are opening to young people with high tech skills such as software engineering, design, and development. Many of these skills are being nurtured by Information Communication (ICT) hubs, where technology-oriented individuals gather and collaborate. An ICT hub is a space where technologists congregate to bounce ideas around, network, work,

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iHub Research By Leo Mutuku / October 14, 2011

CCK Sector Statistics Report Quarter 4 2010/2011


The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) has released a Statistics Report on the Communications Sector reviewing the last quarter of the year 2010/2011. The information used to compile the report was provided by service providers in the sector. Some interesting numbers and trends arise in this end-year report (year ending

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