Marketplace Tech for Monday, October 28, 2013

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On Mondays, we often like to talk big ideas on Marketplace Tech. So how about turning war-torn Rwanda into tomorrow's tech utopia? A new initiative in the country hopes to do just that with various infrastructure projects as well as bringing computing into the country's classrooms.

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