No Data Connection? No Problem: Use Pangea
Billions of people still don't have mobile data connectivity; Pangea, which presented onstage at Disrupt NY by three romanians IT, Vlad Iuhas, Radu Iuhas și Sebastian Presecan, offered a solution
Slashdot
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CloudForge
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Gay Nigger Association of America
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Memeburn
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ChileHardware
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Science and Development Network
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GameCrush
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TechSpot
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PC Supporters
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Ars Technica
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RAVe Publications
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SemiAccurate
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Joshua Topolsky
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Cryptome
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Geekologie
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Linuxfr
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