Articles tagged with: Farmers and Students

Looking for wireless? Try a local farm

Wireless. For most, the word conjures images quaint coffee shops or busy airport lobbies - places where people drop in to check on business or check in with other people. more

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Nokia Launches Ovi Life Tools Rural Information Service in Nigeria

Nokia has announced that Ovi Life Tools, its information service, is now available in Nigeria. The African launch follows hot on the heels of launches over the last year in Indonesia, India and China.  more

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Indian WiMAX market to be worth $13 billion by 2012

The WiMAX Forum has issued a report which projects the Indian WiMAX market including devices will be worth $13 billion in 2012. The WiMAX Forum forecasts that by 2012 the Indian market will support 27.5 million WiMAX users representing approximately 20% of the global WiMAX user base. more

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Cellular phones close the telephonic divide

A report from the WorldWatch Institute has said that in 1992, only one in 237 people worldwide used a mobile phone. A decade later, by 2002, this had soared to one in five. more

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