Africa: Wireless Broadband Use Up but Least Developed Countries Left Behind, UN Reports
September 23, 2013 Editor 0
[UN News]With nearly two out of every five people in the world online by the end of the year, more than two-thirds of those living in developing countries will not have access to the Internet, the United Nations today reported in a global survey of broadband access.
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