SuperT: Ya know, I personally think there is great potential in non-arab africa for amazing growth over the next 50 years, assuming we have the will to stop China from turning it into their 'china'. and you know, the massive failures of their local governments, and dipshiaty tribalist strife.
Mad_Radhu: [www.techweez.com image 600x392]Don't forget Nokia. The Asha phone does really well with a lot of these emerging markets.
DemDave: First you came for Pluto and downgraded it to a "dwarf planet." Now you're downgrading Africa to a country instead of a continent?
Rapmaster2000: Dude, if you're going to write for TechNewsNow than you might want to be a bit more now. In a lot of ways Africa is way ahead of the US on smartphone app penetration. Because of the lack of physical and economic infrastructure, mobile phones are more valuable than they are in the US.For example
ArcadianRefugee: I'll come back when that headline makes more sense.
Giozef: Headling of TFA: "Africa Is Not a Country - It's a Collection of Smartphone Markets"Actually it's a farking continent...
12349876: DemDave: First you came for Pluto and downgraded it to a "dwarf planet." Now you're downgrading Africa to a country instead of a continent?Already been done by this guy.[o.onionstatic.com image 250x273]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Q10g_Mov4
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