The mobile revolution: how smartphones are putting Sudan at the center of the world

I have to admit that I had some wireless issues in Omaha on a recent trip. That the author of this article is doing what he is doing in northern Sudan is remarkable.

(From The Telegraph)

At a dozen other archaeological sites across the country, it was the same story. Admittedly, I was the only person making a fool of himself juggling a phone and a laptop while I was supposed to be looking at pyramids, but it was easy to see the effects of rapid technological progress everywhere, and not just for visitors.

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