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Collating various resources helpful for exploring the future of media in Africa
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Has the age of quantum computing arrived?

Has the age of quantum computing arrived? | African media futures | Scoop.it
It’s a mind-bending concept with the potential to change the world, and Canadian tech company D-Wave claims to have cracked the code
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What impact would the high speeds of quantum computing have on the media landscape - even more ubiquitous media? increasingly immersive media? common holographic media? accessible complex media production to everyone? Or what else could emerge as ever newer media?
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Mobile media key for future

Mobile devices are rapidly becoming the primary medium to access the Internet across age groups, and across mature and emerging markets. In the United Kingdom (UK), 2012 saw the world’s first truly digital Olympics, with the BBC observing that its content was being consumed across personal computers, mobiles, tablets and connected televisions (TVs) at different times of the day.

 

The Olympic effect is only one factor in driving the use of smartphones, tablets, notebooks and other affordable Web-enabled mobile devices in the UK. Better network coverage, upcoming 4G spectrum auctions, high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi network rollout, and the explosive growth of mobile apps are helping fuel the demand for ubiquitous availability of Internet services.


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