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A round up of the week's tech news including more NSA headlines, Golden Bitcoins and Cloud problems.
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IBM research conducted by IDG Connect shows the North African Big Data market is far less advanced than sub-Saharan regions through East and West
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Making your tech idea a reality is hard enough but when your country is in turmoil the complexity is amplified
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