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iHub By Leo Mutuku / September 30, 2011

Fire Side Chat with Dr. Vinton G. Cerf

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As the Internet Governance Forum 2011 week here in Kenya culminates, the iHub was privileged enough to host the Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist of Google , Dr. Vint Cerf for a fireside chat. This fire side chat was part of an all-afternoon interactive session with different panels themed

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iHub By Leo Mutuku / September 29, 2011

Synergistic Communities

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Today, the iHub hosts one of the “Fathers of the Internet “, Google’s Vinton G. Cerf, in an interactive session from 2.30-6.30pm. This session, Synergistic Communities, will also include a fireside chat. Link to this blog for live updates as well as on our twitter page. [liveblog]

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iHub By John Kieti / September 27, 2011

Remote Device Access Services for Mobile Application Developers

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m:lab East Africa aims to foster the growth of mobile innovations in the region by promoting access to quality assurance services for mobile application developers. A majority of mobile applications developed in East Africa are destined for major application distribution channels such as the Apple’s App store, Google’s Android Market

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iHub Research By Angela Okune / September 27, 2011

ICT4Democracy in East Africa Workshop at iHub Research

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Members of the ICT for Democracy in East Africa Network gathered together on 26 September 2011 for an update meeting on ICT for Democracy in East Africa activities on-going in the region. During this meeting, which was held one day prior to the start of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / September 26, 2011

Mobile Broadband in Kenya

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The arrival of the undersea fiber cables in Kenya in 2009 has revolutionized the technology and economic sectors. Kenya is one of very few countries in Africa with a comprehensive framework set up in this regard. Average national download speeds have increased from 670.89 kbps in 2009 to 3,806.03 Kbps

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