Tag: mobile devices

Rob Goodier

Five Questions for Brahima Sanou, Director of ITU’s Telecommunication Development Bureau (ITU-D)

September 22, 2017

Brahima Sanou has taken the wheel at the Telecommunication Development Bureau of the International Telecommuniction Union (ITU) at a...

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Jackie Halliday

Mobile Data Collection Series: Magpi

May 30, 2017

The wide-spread availability of phone-based communications and the increasing availability of smartphones and tablets offers international development researchers, practitioners,...

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Rob Goodier

Promising Prototypes to Watch in 2017

January 19, 2017

Prototypes are pushing the field of global development technology forward as they evolve in workshops, universities, laboratories and even...

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shirley.cheng

Mobile Data Collection Series: Open Data Kit

March 31, 2016

About this webinar: The wide-spread availability of phone-based communications, and the increasing availability of smartphones and tablets offers international...

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Rob Goodier

How the mobile industry is improving water and energy access

April 1, 2014

The GSM Association’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year featured a breakout roundtable on the new role of...

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Rob Goodier

E4C Visualized: Maximizing mobile for development

February 10, 2013

The developing world is now “more mobile” than developed countries, the World Bank reports. Soon the number of mobile...

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Rob Goodier

What a cheap Android smart phone means to app developers in emerging markets

September 16, 2011

At about $85, Huawei’s IDEOS shows that smart phones are becoming affordable in emerging markets. When the Android-based IDEOS...

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Rob Goodier

How SMS is streamlining healthcare in developing countries

May 15, 2011

Josh Nesbit tells the story of a man named Dixon, who he met in 2008 in rural Malawi while...

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Rob Goodier

E4C’s app project: Science, engineering and development apps that work

March 21, 2011

Applications for mobile devices have staked out firm and useful territory within the world of international development in the...

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