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Several African Countries Ahead of Europe in Race to LTE
Several African operators have beaten a host of European countries including UK, France and Italy in the race to LTE by launching commercial LTE services in the past two months. Leading the way were Movicel of Angola and MTC of Namibia, the first operators in Africa to deploy LTE helped along by proactive regulators, engaged governments and booming economies.
New research reveals how Africa Tweets
Young people Tweeting from mobile devices are driving the growth of Twitter in Africa, according to How Africa Tweets, new research launched in Nairobi today.South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Egypt and Morocco lead Tweeting on the continent.
El Nino seen triggering next world warmth record
Last year tied with 2005 as the warmest on record, according to US. agencies, but is likely to be overtaken soon by the next year with a strong El Nino weather event, experts said on Thursday.
 
 
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Several African Countries Ahead of Europe in Race to LTE
Several African operators have beaten a host of European countries including UK, France and Italy in the race to LTE by launching commercial LTE services in the past two months. Leading the way were Movicel of Angola and MTC of Namibia, the first operators in Africa to deploy LTE helped along by proactive regulators, engaged governments and booming economies.
 
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