Mobile technology ownership in Sub-Saharan Africa explodes

africa mobile technology

The number of people who have cell phones is continuing its tremendously rapid rise in that region. A recent report issued by the Pew Research Center, following a survey that was conducted by that well reputed company, has indicated that Sub-Saharan Africa is continuing a massive growth in mobile technology ownership, and that the penetration of cell phones is only keeping up this very rapid rate. The report was interesting as it pointed out that the region has all but skipped over the “landline stage of development”. The survey showed…

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Mobile technology to be removed from U.K. inmates

Prison mobile technology blocked

The goal is to stop cell phones behind bars from playing a role in organizing drug deals and even murders. Prisoners in the U.K. will no longer be allowed to use their mobile technology while behind bars, as these devices could be used by criminals to be able to continue to run illegal activities both inside the jail and outside, from within their cells. Cell phones that belong to criminals in jail across the country will soon have their numbers disconnected. Prisons will also be utilizing new and inexpensive technology…

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