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In an amazingly short period of time, the internet and mobile technology are becoming more common in emerging and developing countries. Cell phones are becoming omnipresent in many of the world’s poorest nations, and the internet is also making giant strides although most people are still offline. Smart phones are still pretty rare, although significant minorities own them in countries like Chile, Lebanon, China and Jordan. People across the globe are using their cell phones for texting and taking pictures, while a smaller number of people use theirs to obtain consumer, health and political information. Even in Africa, mobile technology is changing the economy since many people are using mobile devices to make or receive payments. See the latest in mobile technology available in first world countries at
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