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Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / April 12, 2012

Developer Economics 2012: The new mobile app economy

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Developer Economics is back for a new research on some of the hottest trends of the developer ecosystem; investigating key themes, such as developer mindshare, app monetization and marketing, as well as regional app economics. So – kindly take 10 minutes to complete the  online survey – and stand to

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / April 12, 2012

Top 50 List For Pivot 2012

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Crossposted from the Pivot East Blog After a gruelling post Easter selection process,the list of the semifinalists for this year’s edition of Pivot East is finally unveiled.The selections were as exciting as they were diverse.The next  stage of the competition will see the stakes raised as the creme de la

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Buni TV

Uncategorized By Jessica Colaço / April 11, 2012

The XYZ Show Producers to launch web and mobile video platform, Buni TV

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Buni Media, the production company behind The XYZ Show, will be announcing the launch of a new web and mobile Pan-African digital video platform called Buni TV, with a press event at the iHub on April 18. Buni TV (www.buni.tv) aims to showcase the best, most innovative and visually arresting content being

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / April 8, 2012

WORKSHOP: Technology and Social Enterprise Design and Solution-Based Research with Groupshot + Kiva

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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

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Russell Southwood with Ushahidi's Juliana Rotich

iHub By Jessica Colaço / April 3, 2012

Browser and Social Media Wars – Russell Southwood Talk

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Africa’s mobile market used to be talk, talk, talk and with the exception of SMS, data was almost invisible. With the arrival of new handsets and the upsurge in the use of new browsers and social network platforms, data is now highly visible and the challenge for developers is how

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