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A couple of days ago I received a press release on Mozilla-backed research carried out by Research ICT Africa that found that significant barriers to internet access remain in Kenya. The research aimed to understand, from a comparative perspective, how Kenyan citizens use the internet when data is subsidized, and

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Nokia, Is Back, In Kenya Nokia is back, in Kenya, with a bang. Yessir! I attended the launch last week of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 which are all pure Android smartphones. Indeed, the back story of Nokia’s rise and fall is a poignant one. Nokia owned

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Is It 10 Years Already? Its hard to imagine that its been 10 years already since Safaricom’s mobile money offering, M-Pesa, took root in Kenya. I can recall quite vividly when this happened back then and how transformational it was. Indeed, I recall that one of the first reasons I

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