As smartphone wars heat up: Africa Techies beware of the App distraction to your business

From Afrinnovator Sat Feb 9 2013, 08:29:47

"Why should I get the intel Yolo vs the Samsung Pocket"- asked a young man at the Safaricom Junction shop. "This phone is just like a computer, it has the intel chip inside!" replied the Safaricom attendant "So this WiDi HD video streaming, I don't have a compatible TV, it is useless to me"- shot back the young man. "That's ok, we are planning to sell the device attachment in Safaricom Stores from next month so you can use it even on an old TV." It is profound what a smartphone can do these days and in Africa it already

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