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16. Lake Natron may Produce Electricity
  Monday, September 30, 2013  by Admin
  STUDIES are underway in more than 50 locations in the country in search of sources of electricity generation. The spots include Lake Natron which is believed to have potential in geotherma
 
17. TTCL: Fibre -optic fruits will take time
  Friday, August 07, 2009  by Admin
  THE arrival of fibre-optic technologies in Tanzania last month will have little immediate impact in the way we communicate with each other, it has been confirmed. However, the amount of data changing hands and quality of voice communication has already improved since the Tanzania Telecommunication Company (TTCL) was hooked into the Seacom Tanzania Ltd on July 28, 2009.
 
18. Mobile operator eases registration of Sim cards
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
19. ATM theft suspects appear in Dar court
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  Two foreign nationals charged with fraud and theft of 70m/- through automatic teller machines (ATMs) said yesterday they had no confidence in the prosecution’s interpreter.

 
20. Accelerating Science and Technology in Africa
  Tuesday, January 22, 2008  by Admin
  The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and ISC-Intelligence in Science are organizing a conference titled "Science with Africa" that will take place in Ethiopia from 3 to 7 March. The timeliness of this is evidenced by the EU-Africa Summit's adoption of a renewed strategic partnership, including a chapter on Science, Information Society and Space. The conference will examine methodologies for improving science program participation by scientists and researchers in African nations.
 
21. A rural -urban digital divide? Regional aspects of internet use in Tanzania
  Monday, November 26, 2007  by Admin
  The digital divide is the gap between those with regular, effective access to digital
technologies, in particular the Internet, and those without. This article takes a closer
look at the digital divide within Tanzania. Based on a survey among Internet café users in rural, semi-urban and central regions of the country, we find that the divide is mainly a question of finding venues with technology to access the
Internet.
 
22. Precision Air rolls out interline e-ticketing with BAA
  Tuesday, October 23, 2007  by Admin
  Precision Air Services Ltd, has successfully rolled out Interline Electronic Ticketing (IET) with British Airways, bringing the number of the company's partners to three. The latest move will enable the airline's ticket offices to issue e-tickets to all the destinations it serves to passengers of both airlines.
 
23. Tanzania set to head association of consulting engineers in Africa
  Wednesday, June 06, 2007  by Admin
  The Group of African Member Associations of Consulting Engineers, the African wing of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDC), has elected a Tanzanian engineer as chairman of the group.
 
24. Technology Entertainment Design biannual global conference- Africa the next chapter
  Monday, June 04, 2007  by Admin
  This is the first TED (Technology Entertainment Design) biannual global conference, to be held on the African continent and will be running under the title, 'Africa the next chapter.' The delegates/ participants are all doing something valuable for both Africa and the continent's future. "Their voices will inspire. And their ideas will spread".

 
25. Celtel introduces Web2SMS service
  Wednesday, May 09, 2007  by Admin
  Celtel Tanzania has introduced a new service that allows its customers text messages (sms) from the internet to mobile phones. The service, Celtel Web2SMS will allow customers to access their accounts through the internet and give them access to send SMSes by using their computers.
 
26. Conference - Science, Technology and Innovation in Enhancing Socio-economic Development
  Thursday, April 19, 2007  by Admin
  This Second Annual Conference seeks to discuss some of the issues related to the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP), Kiswahili acronym, "MKUKUTA". It will address science, technology and innovation in enhancing competitiveness for socio-economic development as the main theme. The conference will bring together researchers and innovators from all disciplines, including the physical and social sciences, arts and humanities, to meet the challenges and opportunities presented by an increasingly diverse and rapidly changing globalised economy.
 
27. Study tips on how be East Afrca can earn from Telecoms
  Tuesday, March 20, 2007  by Admin
  A new study by the association of mobile telephone operators has indicated that cutting taxes (VAT and excise duty) in East Africa can boost revenues in the long term. East Africans pay taxes of between 25% and 30% on mobile phone services, compared with an average of 17% across Africa. Out of the 33 African countries where the study was conducted, a graph representing existing tax levels on telephony in Africa has Uganda standing at the top, followed by Rwanda, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and Tunisia.
 
28. Launching of Vodacom Third Generation High Speed Downlink Data Packet Access (3G HSDPA)
  Monday, March 19, 2007  by Admin
  Vodacom Tanzania has launched the first of its 3G HSDPA products – the 3G HSDPA Data Card which offers broadband speed on the move. Tanzania is the second country in Africa to launch a 3G HSDPA network. HSDPA is an acronym used to refer to the 3.5G, High Speed Downlink Packet Access. The technology offers speeds of 1.8 megabits per second, five times faster than the first third generation (3-G) networks used by most telecom companies in sub-Saharan Africa.
 
29. Speech by Vodacom Managing Director at the Launching of Vodacoms 3G HSPDA
  Friday, March 16, 2007  by Admin
  Vodacom Tanzania's Managing Director, affirms that the 3G HSPDA offers the fastest, wireless mobile connection to the Internet, for your office network and email from your computer. "3G technology is an important step forward for Vodacom, as the telecommunications industry enters a new era in mobile communications. Vodacom is rapidly and dramatically changing the way its customers experience their wireless communications. It is also shaping the future of mobile and broadband internet communications through its continued leadership in wireless technology," he said.
 
30. Vodacom Tanzanias 3G HSPDA Network is Live in Tanzania
  Wednesday, March 14, 2007  by Admin
  Vodacom Tanzania is taking its customers on a high speed roller coaster ride. Vodacom Tanzania has switched on its 3G HSPDA network in Dar-es-Salaam. With the installation of a 3G HSDPA network, Tanzania is only the second country in Africa with such technology, the first being South Africa.
 

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