Dear *|FNAME|*,

This month, we’ve been exploring how mobile technology is transforming Africa. We’re also looking at the strange patterns of digital globalisation.

The articles below discuss these topics and others in more detail. I hope you enjoy reading them.

Kind regards,

Victor Garcia

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How Forensic Linguistics is Helping to Identify Online Trolls
Investigators are starting to consider using linguistic fingerprinting methods to help identify online tolls using their speech patterns
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Improving Diagnostics and Adherence Using Digital Technology
The healthcare industry is fast becoming more open to implementing digital technology to drive efficiency, reduce costs and better serve patients.
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Reaching People Who Don’t Exist: Bringing the Undocumented Onboard
Millions of people globally still remain undocumented which is a major concern for individuals who wish to access social security, education and healthcare.
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Key Internet Trends That Shaped 2017
Internet trends aren’t minority fads, they're now affecting significant blocks of the humanity as half of the world's population is now connected to the web
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Wearable Technology Breaking Down Language Barriers
It's predicted that the number of connected wearable devices worldwide will reach 929 million by 2021 - that’s an increase of over 185% from 2016 figures.
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Is Social Media Replacing the Need for TV News?
The growth of social media online news platforms has cultivated a digital landscape providing users with more convenient ways access news than ever before.
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Fukubukuro: Japan’s ‘Lucky Bag’ Shopping Craze
In a tradition dating back around 100 years, Japanese stores typically offer surprise luck bags known as fukubukuro in the New Year from 2nd January.
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