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Between April and October 2020, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics reports that Kenyans spent KShs 16.9 billion on devices such as computers, smartphones, and networking devices. Growth in sales of nearly 85%.
As we have seen in other parts of the world where mobile gaming has already exploded into the mainstream, this trend isn't restricted to those who already play on a PC or games console. Lots of people who have never thought of themselves as gamers have become fans of mobile games.
In many countries, there are limited legal options for a government that wants to access private information stored on devices such as mobile phones. This could change in Kenya.
Artisanally mined cobalt in the DRC often gets mixed with industrial production when it is sold to intermediaries in the open market. Typically, it is then shipped to refineries in China for further processing and then sold to battery manufacturers around the world.
Researchers examined the effect of mobile phone and internet access on farming. They found that less than 40% of farming households in Africa have internet access.
Africa has undergone a remarkable journey over the past 30 years. The continent has not only leapfrogged legacy technology and systems into a more relevant future, but it has done so despite challenging circumstances.
Research reveals that smartphones supported migration flows from Morocco by providing migrants with access to online information before and during travel and when they arrived at their destination country.