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The Invisible Computer Revolution: 1

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Uploaded on May 22, 2008

Africa is leading the world in year-over-year growth in mobile phone penetration, and other parts of the developing world are close behind. In the very near future every schoolteacher and every health worker in every developing country will have such a pocket computer, capable of requesting and receiving information from the information repository of the internet. Every businessperson and every government official will be able to communicate more widely, and for less money, than ever before, using the computer in their pocket. And that computer will be the communications tool, and the schoolbook, and the vaccination record, and the family album, and more. The information revolution for developing countries is already underway.

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