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(eTN) - Regular visitors to East Africa holding local telecom operators’ SIM cards they use on arrival, may be in for a rude shock when next returning to Kenya, where the registration deadline for m
(eTN) - The landing of the fiber optic submarine cable to Seychelles from Tanzania’s capital city of Dar es Salaam was launched on Saturday afternoon with a laying of the first inch of the long cabl
NORTH SHORE, Oahu, Hawaii, USA – Watch the surf literally roll onto the worldwide web as Turtle Bay launches an innovative and interactive website designed to provide Internet surfers with the ultim
OTTAWA, Ontario - English continues to be the number one language for international business and succeeding abroad, according to English language training company TalktoCanada.
An independent United Nations human rights expert today urged Governments to ensure that the Internet is made widely available, accessible and affordable to all, and to guarantee the free flow of info
It has become commonplace in recent years for travelers and patrons to post reviews about merchants on the Internet exercising what they believe are constitutionally protected "free speech rights" tha
DOHA, Qatar – On the first day of the Fifth Annual Al Jazeera Forum, Wadah Khanfar, director general of the network, announced The Al Jazeera Initiative for Internet Freedom.
Gulf Air is now offering its corporate customers and travel agents a new service - a dedicated B2B (Business to Business) Internet booking tool.
Good news for tourists and business visitors to Uganda, who can already at the International Airport in Entebbe pick up a Sim card to enjoy local tariffs when making calls while in Uganda or else buy
The Berjaya at Beau Vallon Bay is about to enter into new "e" territory, when in early February they will officially launch "I-Surf" across the entire hotel with a state-of-the-art wireless system ins
WASHINGTON – The federal government improperly posted an internal guide to its airport passenger screening procedures on the Internet in a way that could offer insight into how to sidestep security.
Gone are the days when putting an ad in the paper made the phone ring. Marketing has had a huge shift since the Internet became a household research tool.
A press briefing by the Minister of State for Tourism, Wildlife, and Antiquities, Hon. Serapio Rukundo at the Uganda Media Center, took place earlier in the week in Kampala.
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