Africa: How Mobile Phones Increased the Digital Divide
March 7, 2014 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]When new technologies begin to go mainstream many assume this leads to a narrowing of the digital divide. The obvious example is the mobile phone. But this common belief may not hold true, according to Martin Hilbert, coordinator of the Information Society Programme at the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.
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