I remember reading once that India was one of the most ingenious societies on the planet. Where many would see an impossible barrier, Indian ingenuity means it is just a challenge to be overcome.
Did you know that in the developing world, 72 percent of the population is unbanked? Mobile technologies are helping to change that, opening up a new chapter in the mobile evolution story.
The second edition of the Networked Society city index was released on Wednesday – and I was proud to see Stockholm, my hometown, on it.
With Augmented Reality (AR), Christmas shopping in the future just might become more interesting. For some shoppers in the UK, it already is.
Simply through their everyday habits, today’s digital natives will help bring about reforms in education. The rest of us must adopt a new mindset to make it happen sooner rather than later.
There’s no shortage of buzz from AfricaCom in Cape Town South Africa this year. With a booming digital economy it’s easy to understand why.
Users are using their smartphones to access the internet. This is no surprise. But what is surprising is the rate at which this is happening. Mobile data traffic has doubled from the second quarter of 2010 to the second quarter of 2011.
I already firmly believe in the benefits being connected can have for people, business and society. And it seems that more and more people are seeing the benefits of connectivity through broadband too.
It’s not going to be big – it’s going to be huge. That’s what Ynon Kreiz, CEO of the Endemol Group, thought about Social TV when he told the audience at the Digital Life Design (DLD) conference back in January 2011 to leave the room and to start working on the future of TV right [...]
Nigeria has more than 150 million people, and an estimated 90 million mobile phone subscribers. But broadband penetration is said at best to be less than 3 percent. A report this week got me thinking about what broadband could mean for this African giant.