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The Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) is the regulatory authority for the communications sector in Kenya.
In recognition of the rapid changes and developments in technology which have blurred the traditional distinctions between telecommunications, Information Technology (IT) and broadcasting, the Government in January 2009 enacted the Kenya Communications (Amendment) Act 2009. This statute enhanced the regulatory scope and jurisdiction of CCK, and effectively transformed it to a converged regulator. Read the rest of this entry »
Jackson Feijo, Forum Nokia Champion of the Month for November 2009, answers questions submitted by bloggers to the Ovi Daily App blog site about his work developing AudioAid, a mobile accessibility app that allows individuals to control the interface on Nokia Symbian devices by simply blowing into the microphone.
Freedom Fone – in a nutshell
Freedom Fone is an information and communication tool, which marries the mobile phone with Interactive Voice Response (IVR), for citizen benefit. It provides information activists, service organisations and NGO’s with widely usable telephony applications, to deliver vital information to communities who need it most. Read the rest of this entry »
Having recently launched the local chapter a few weeks back, the local chapter will have its inaugural meeting at the iHub on Ngong road on 19th April, 2010 starting at 4:30 – 6:30
The first meeting is ideally for guys with mobile projects to showcase the same to their peers and others interested in the mobile industry. If you have any interesting apps that you may want to showcase do drop us an email so we can schedule a slot for you.