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· November, 2009

Stories about Technology from November, 2009

Saudi Arabia: Raed on Air

UAE: .il unblocked?

Jordan: Brass Award for The Black Iris

Bolivia: Citizen Coverage of Upcoming Election

Afghanistan: Empowering trading potential

Russia: How Passengers of “Nevsky Express” Tell Their Stories Through Social Media

The crash of the "Nevsky Express" train happened far from any major populated area. It took several hours for reporters to arrive on the spot. Only then the first photographs...

Russian authorities stop application process for domains in new .РФ zone zone

Barcamp Singapore 4

Namibia: A quick update from VSO volunteer

Nigeria: Nigeria manufactures armoured vehicle

Namibia: Online Resources for Namibia Elections 2009

Namibia: Namibia elections 2009 mashup

Russia: Official Government Web sites Will Be Regulated By Law

Pakistan: Take Back The Tech Campaign

In Pakistan, P@SH@ (Pakistan Software Houses Association) is pushing the Take Back The Tech initiative forward to take control of technology to end violence against women. They have already launched...

USA: Conflict Cell Phones

Mexico: Viewing Mexican Streets with Google

On November 9th, Mexicans welcomed Google Street View and its digital maps with street level photographs for Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and other 5 cities, making Mexico the first Latin...

Russia: Social Networks Help Find Debtors

China: 41 Popular Chinese Internet Memes From 2009

India's tryst with e-health: A healthier future for its rural millions?

About 700km away from Bangalore, across a couple of remote villages in the Bidar district, a quiet revolution has been going on. No, not a political one, but a remarkable...

Russia: Free Wi-Fi To Be Installed At Moscow Railway Stations

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