a company called mobisante has changed that course by developing the world’s first smartphone-based ultrasound imaging system called the MobiUS™SP1 system.
pesinet, is a non-profit that uses mobile technology to provide regular health checkups and affordable health insurance for young children in mali’s capital, bamako.
afghanistan based mobile network, roshan has expanded its mobile banking service, m-paisa so that farmers can repay loans to the agricultural development fund (ADF).
in uganda, UNICEF is using mobile phones and broadcast media to get direct feedback from ugandans on everything from medication access to water sanitation.
gilberto gil is a brazilian artist who’s using iphone/ipad apps to allow his fans to interact with him more.
guided by a virtual map, the player attempts to navigate an area between two points in a given amount of time without stepping on hidden virtual mines.
awaaz.de is a voice-based question and answer service, information portal, forum, asynchronous call centre and low-cost radio platform.
maji matone simply asks villagers to report outages at water-points via SMS.
the official google android developer challenge. invent apps that delight users and you stand a chance to win an android phone and $25,000.
If you have a great tech idea, the Umbono project will help transform your vision into a business.
In India, a homegrown start-up is eating the social networking giant’s lunch. SMS GupShup (meaning “chit chat” in Hindi) has more than 35 million users to Facebook’s 12 million.
eTXT creates a platform for users who are usually left out of the loop.