Digital divide
A digital divide is an economic and social inequality according to categories of persons in a given population in their access to, use of, or knowledge of information and communication technologies (I...
Digital divide - Wikipedia
Information and communication technologies for development
Information and communication technologies for development (ICT4D) refers to the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the fields of socioeconomic development, international deve...
Information and communication technologies for development - Wikipedia
Digital dividend after digital television transition
The digital dividend refers to the spectrum which is released in the process of digital television transition. When television broadcasters switch from analog platforms to digital only platforms, part...
Charles Kane (business executive)
Charles Kane is a business executive who currently serves as President and Chief Operations officer of the One Laptop Per Child Association. Kane was promoted to President of OLPC on May 2, 2008. Prev...
Global Internet usage
This article on global Internet usage includes tables, charts, maps, and a list of articles with more detailed information on a wide range of usage measures.
  
Global Internet usage - Wikipedia
Digital literacy
Digital literacy is the knowledge, skills, and behaviors used in a broad range of digital devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop PCs, all of which are seen as network rather than co...
Charles Benton
Charles Benton (February 13, 1931 – April 29, 2015) was an American executive who was CEO and Chairman of the Board of the Benton Foundation and former CEO of Public Media Incorporated, a film and vid...
Infopoverty
Infopoverty is the name given to the Programme and the World Conference started in 2001, in the ambit of the United Nations, aimed to fight poverty towards the application of ICT, Information and Comm...
World Radiocommunication Conference
World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) is organized by ITU to review, and, as necessary, revise the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of the radio-frequency spectrum and...
World Radiocommunication Conference - Wikipedia
Camara (social enterprise)
Camara is a social enterprise that sends refurbished computers and provides digital literacy training to schools and other educational institutions in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Zambia, Uganda, Lesotho...
Digital divide in the United States
The digital divide in the United States refers to actual or perceived inequalities between individuals, households, and other groups of different demographic and socioeconomic levels in access to info...
Digital divide in the United States - Wikipedia
Global digital divide
A digital divide is an economic and social inequality according to categories of persons in a given population in their access to, use of, or knowledge of information and communication technologies (I...
Global digital divide - Wikipedia
EBONE
EBONE (standing for European Backbone) was a pan-European Internet backbone. It went online in 1992 and was deactivated in July 2002. Some portions of the Ebone were sold to other companies and contin...
EBONE - Wikipedia
Center to Bridge the Digital Divide
The Center to Bridge the Digital Divide (CBDD) was a self-sustaining outreach unit of the Washington State University Extension. Founded in 2001, the CBDD was an ICT4D organization committed to assist...
Bitfrost
Bitfrost is the security design specification for the OLPC XO, a low cost laptop intended for children in developing countries and developed by the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project. Bitfrost's main...
Telecommunications in Chad
Telecommunications in Chad include radio, television, fixed and mobile telephones, and the Internet.
Radio stations:Radios:1.7 million (1997).Television stations:Television sets:10,000 (1997).Radi...
World Summit on the Information Society
The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was a pair of United Nations-sponsored conferences about information, communication and, in broad terms, the information society that took place in 2...
World Summit on the Information Society - Wikipedia
Antonia Stone
Antonia "Toni" Stone (1930-2002) created the United States' first community technology centers. In 1980, Toni Stone set up Playing to Win (PTW). Playing to Win, a nonprofit organization dedicated to c...
No Child Left Unplugged
No Child Left Unplugged (NOCU) is a San Francisco based non-profit organization founded by Corey Linehanwith the purpose of teaching technology skills at economically challenged schools as well as pro...
UK Online Centres
UK online centres is a UK-based organisation which helps communities tackle social and digital exclusion. UK online centres coordinates a network of 5000 community partners, who provide free or low-c...
E-Services
The concept of e-service (short for electronic service) represents one prominent application of utilizing the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in different areas. However, prov...
World Wide Telecom Web
World Wide Telecom Web (also called as Spoken Web or Telecom Web) is an initiative to create an alternate web for the under-privileged. It could help bridge the digital divide by bringing the benefits...
Michael Bletsas
Michail Bletsas (born March 19, 1967, in Chania, Crete) is a research scientist and the Director of Computing at the MIT Media Lab.
Bletsas studied at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and rec...
Michael Bletsas - Wikipedia
Commonwealth Computer Navigator's Certificate
The Commonwealth Computer Navigator's Certificate (CCNC) is a free content project to improve access to computer skills training especially for prospective learners who may not have the financial reso...
Mary Lou Jepsen
Mary Lou Jepsen (born 1965) is Head of the Display Division at Google X - The Wall Street Journal reports that among her projects there she is creating Google Lego TV: displays composed of smaller scr...
Mary Lou Jepsen - Wikipedia
International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats
The International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT) is the first United Nations-backed cybersecurity alliance. Since 2011, IMPACT serves as a key partner of the United Nations' (...
International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats - Wikipedia
Digital citizen
A digital citizen refers to a person utilizing/using information technology (IT) in order to engage in society, politics, and government participation. K. Mossberger, et al. define digital citizens as...