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Recent Episodes

  • Episode wimax-wireless-goes-truly-mobile

    WiMAX: Wireless Goes Truly Mobile

    04:25 | Jason Lopez | Oct 17th, 2008 4:51pm

    It didn’t take long for wireless computing and the mobility it affords to become an accepted part of the landscape of public spaces, offices and homes. But there was still a catch: you couldn’t stay connected outside of the hotspots offered at cafes, airports and hotel lobbies. WiMAX changes all of that as Baltimore becomes [...]

  • Episode intels-craig-barrett-malaysias-on-track

    Intel's Craig Barrett: Malaysia's on Track

    05:02 | Jason Lopez | May 20th, 2008 10:11am

    Intel’s Craig Barrett says that private companies can’t go it alone when trying to make a difference in developing markets, and neither can governments. In a visit to Malaysia, the chairman of the chip giant stopped off at Penang, where the company has committed itself to help local schools. Barrett, a former professor at Stanford [...]

  • Episode intel-to-work-with-grameen-bank

    Intel to Work with Grameen Bank

    06:26 | Jason Lopez | May 19th, 2008 7:04am

    In a surprise announcement at the 16th World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Intel Chairman Craig Barrett informed a keynote audience that the world’s biggest chipmaker would work together with Grameen Bank. The financial institution was started by Professor Muhammad Yunus as a way to provide credit to the rural …

  • Episode connectivity-is-key-to-development

    Connectivity Is Key To Development

    04:40 | Jason Lopez | Mar 6th, 2008 6:50pm

    Broadband connectivity is rapidly becoming a bottleneck issue for economic development around the world. As nations move into knowledge-based economies, an emphasis on information and communication technologies, or ICTs, is critical to addressing poverty and development concerns ranging from health and education to economic and industrial growth. Knowledge is the driving engine for economic growth, [...]

  • Episode gk3-video-alcatel-lucent-and-intel-to-collaborate-on-developing-world-issues

    GK3 Video: Alcatel-Lucent and Intel to Collaborate on Developing World Issues

    04:06 | Jason Lopez | Feb 6th, 2008 2:00pm

    Broadband access for the developing world was a key topic at the Third Global Knowledge Conference, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in December 2007. Attendees there called for action items to to bring underdeveloped nations - including populations sometimes referred to as “the next billion” - into the connected world. Broadband services are an …

  • Episode technology-in-nigeria

    Technology in Nigeria

    06:47 | Jason Lopez | Dec 31st, 2007 1:24pm

    Nigerians are optimistic that basic technologies like mobile telephony and the Internet can change their country and their lives. As knowledge becomes power in emerging countries, people are making these technologies their own. In Nigeria, local companies are offering IT services to the developing market. One has even launched a mapping services for drivers in [...]

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