[David Kezio-Musoke] Mobile operators MTN, Vodacom, Celtel and Orange are among the mobile operators planning to invest a tune of US$50 billion in the expansion and enhancement of their networks.
[David Kezio-Musoke] In a report released by Deloitte, East African mobile operators lose a third of their revenues to governments by way of taxes and other government tariffs.
[David Kezio-Musoke] 'Mental acrobatics' is the personal blog of Daudi Were, a native of Kenya. Were, who prides himself on being an African patriot, was also described as a digital citizen of the world during Wednesday's opening session of the Digital Citizen Indaba (DCI), the second African blogging conference, held in Grahamstown.
[David Kezio-Musoke] Community wireless networks have been set up at telecentres in northern Uganda in Lira and Nabweru, areas that are considered extremely rural by the CWRC.
[David Kezio-Musoke] The United Nations has called for policies to protect African nations from unregulated imports of electronic waste (e-waste) that release heavy metals and chemicals.
[David Kezio-Musoke] ICT ministers from 20 African countries will gather in Malawi to thrash out areas of disagreement regarding the construction of the Eastern Africa Sub-Marine Cable System (EASSy).
[David Kezio-Musoke] The Rwandan ICT is designing a 3D computer graphics program which will aid manufacturers' conversions of 2D models. This application, called Gasabo 3D Design, will be exported to the United States.
[David Kezio-Musoke] A new computer that is half the size of the bible and powered by a motorcycle battery makes its debut in Uganda.