Sembuse, east africa’s first mobile social network

Sembuse is a mobile application developed in Java that runs on mobile phones. It is a messaging and content platform that allows users to communicated more affordably as well as access varied content items directly on their mobile phones.Users can access and use Sembuse from anywhere in the world. It allows users to communicate cheaply […]

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Seacom to spur innovation

The first of four undersea cables bringing high-speed internet to eastern Africa goes live today (July 23rd 2009). BBC’s Anne Waithera, in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, finds a nation impatient to join the broadband revolution.In a busy cyber cafe in Nairobi dozens of people, mostly young, are hunched over computers surfing the net. We too […]

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