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Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
Cellphone providers give learners free Wikipedia
"Before I had free Wikipedia on my phone I had to walk far to get to the public library here in Joe Slovo Park to get things to help me with...
Wikipedia hopes for billion users with mobile
Wikipedia hopes for billion users with mobile
The rapid spread of cellular networks in the developing world is providing fertile ground for this expansion, even as it robs the site of potential...
Wikipedia's 'Goan War' unmasked as hoax
Wikipedia's 'Goan War' unmasked as hoax
It went undetected for five years on Wikipedia.
WTF: The internet's secretive hangouts
WTF: The internet's secretive hangouts
Worried about another seven years of President Jacob Zuma drenching the republic with even more of his self-serving, spook-protected, socially...
Calls for Wikipedia to keep up with the times
Calls for Wikipedia to keep up with the times
It is another defining moment for Wikipedia.
Wikipedia blackout results in increased mobile visits
Wikipedia blackout results in increased mobile visits
Visits to Wikipedia's mobile website rose by more than 1-million on Wednesday after the blackout in protest of US anti-piracy bills. ...
A mouthful of Sopa
A mouthful of Sopa
It seems such an obvious truth now: the internet can be catalyst for political and social change. But until the Arab spring of 2011 few people...
Wikipedia stages blackout to fight anti-piracy Bill
Wikipedia stages blackout to fight anti-piracy Bill
The editors of the free online encyclopaedia Wikipedia on Tuesday made an unprecedented decision to black out the English-language Wikipedia in...
Wikipedia censorship highlights a lingering sting in the tail
Wikipedia censorship highlights a lingering sting in the tail
"Scorpions", says Wikipedia, "are eight-legged venomous arachnids. They have a long body with an extended tail with a sting."
Wikipedia founder aims to break Google stranglehold
Wikipedia founder aims to break Google stranglehold
Watch out Google -- Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales hopes that Wikia Search, a project he spearheads, will break Google's domination as the world's...
Why the idea of paid entries annoys Wikipedia
Why the idea of paid entries annoys Wikipedia
When a blogger revealed earlier this year that Microsoft wanted to pay him to fix purported inaccuracies in technical articles on Wikipedia, the software company endured online slams and a rebuke from the web...

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