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Enterprise Apps Today: 5 Ways to Build Cooler Apps.

Enterprise Apps Today: 5 Ways to Build Cooler Apps

Enterprise application developers have gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to notoriety and glory for their work.

Viettel investing $1bn on Tanzanian 3G network.

Viettel investing $1bn on Tanzanian 3G network

Vietnam-based telecoms operator plans investment in East African country.

Botswana state owned company BoFiNet rolls out FTTx

Botswana's BoFiNet to roll out FTTx

Botswana Fibre Networks announces FTTx project.

Apple’s Cook: “I’m proud to be gay”.

Apple's Cook: "I'm proud to be gay"

Executive becomes most prominent American corporate leader to come out as gay.

Rwanda accelerates digital financial services plans.

Rwanda accelerates digital financial services plans

Rwanda joins Better Than Cash Alliance to bolster use of ICT in financial services.

First FTTH Industry Award Winners announced on 29 October 2014.

First FTTH Industry Award Winners announced on 29 October 2014

The FTTH Council Africa hosted their first annual awards on Wednesday, 29 October in Johannesburg.

Samsung rolls out Note 4 across Africa.

Samsung rolls out Note 4 across Africa

Electronics giant to roll-out flagship handset across the continent.

Partygoers: there’s an app for that.

Party-goers: there's an app for that

SA launch for 'Trender', which helps you find where your friends are partying.

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‘More work needed on Africa’s fibre deployment’

Expert says Africa’s fibre-based broadband network footprint has a long way to go.

Telecel Zimbabwe partners with GTel on Telecare

Telecel Zimbabwe partners with GTel on Telecare

Mobile operator signs with GTel to move on Telecare.

Etisalat’s African subscribers reach 71.1 million.

Etisalat’s African subscribers reach 71.1 million

The UAE firm’s buy of Maroc Telecom helped boost subscribers on the continent.