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· April, 2006

Stories about Technology from April, 2006

China: Truth penetrates firewall

China: Technorati unblocked

Bermuda: Technology Education portal

Ghana : ICT seminar

Kenya: recycling and innovation

Martinique/Gwada: Palm Tree Shaped Antennas

Palestine: Mob like mentality?

China: AOL arrives

Belize: VoIP blocked by local telecom

Marriage, Birthday and identity crisis in the Moroccan blogosphere

I'll start today with some good news. The first one: Morocco is among the four African countries which count the biggest numbers of internet users in a continent where only...

China: Technorati blocked

India: IT, Blogging and BarCamp

Information Technology and India are spoken in the same breath. Bangalore is often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India, and it was therefore not surprising that two IT...

Nigeria: technology and violence

China: Google deletes Tibet?

Japan: Online language learning

Nigeria: Internet exchange points

Barbados: We want biotech

Haitian Blogger Yon Ayisyen: “I'm No Revolutionary Hero”

Yon Ayisien (whose name means “A Haitian”) blogs at Ayisyen Sa Nap Regle? (“What's Up Haitians? ” in Creole) and might as well be renamed HaitiPundit. He is the only...

China: Photoblogs allow exchange

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