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In-depth coverage of Mobile Entertainment Africa, the continent’s inaugural conference on the convergence of African entertainment and mobile phones organised by All Amber at the One and Only Resort in Cape Town.
BREAKING: Tusqee Systems Wins €25,000 at IPO48 Nairobi. Runners Up Ghafla! and 6ix Degrees Win InvestmentAugust 14, 2011 | Mark Kaigwa
It’s official. The winner of the IPO48 Nairobi 2011 is Tusqee Systems.
Their idea to revolutionize the way more than 35,000 primary & secondary schools in Kenya interact with parents by providing them with cheap, simple and interactive tools …
Walking into the iHub, the atmosphere is electric.
Espressos, Red Bulls and Coke bottles are on tables across the rooms. Huddles and groups have formed across the open space and hush conversations accompany the sound of louder discourse between team …
mLab Southern Africa (SA), the region’s new incubator for entrepreneurs and innovators with a focus on mobile technology, is pleased to announce that application for membership has opened. The head office of the mLab SA will be officially opened at …
Analysis of Google Africa & Wananchi Group's Wazi WiFi: "Pay-per-Device" Freemium Wireless Internet In NairobiJuly 29, 2011 | Mark Kaigwa
Google Africa, based out of Nairobi, Kenya along with the Wananchi Group have began a pilot of what could be compared to something akin to Google’s free wifi in Mountain View, California?
Questions of net neutrality aside, it …
As part of Afrinnovator’s special build-up to the Mobile Entertainment Africa conference in Cape Town, South Africa from the 23rd and 24th of August, 2011 we look at what to expect and some context from All Amber’s inaugural cellphone entertainment-focused conference.
We’ve covered Pivot25 for the past two days. You can follow the goings on through our live blogs on Day 1 and Day 2 and it’s been a blast. We’ve had a great time here and built up to it …
So we began by looking at some of the apps that are set to launch at Pivot25 this week and we continue with the scoop on more great apps to look out for. Our format is simple. In 160 characters (the same number as an SMS, given this is a mobile app and developer conference) they give us:
Their Pitch: What are they trying to do?
Their Problem: What are they trying to solve?
Their People: Who are some of the names behind it?
Catch up with last week’s group here including some great insights.