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Bike Zambia to fight HIV/AIDS

My friends at Bike Zambia have been working for months to raise both funds and awareness for local HIV/AIDS prevention with their 300-mile …

Bicycle Portraits: What Do Bikes Say About A Culture?

I have to admit I was a bit reluctant when I first saw this series of "Bicycle Portraits" because biking has, in some cases, become something of a cliche steeped in hipdom sprinkled with granola. Or mainly: For NPR to present a series of bicycle portraits just seemed too cute, too predictable.<p>But …

Digital revolution lights up Africa with maps, mobiles, money and markets

As a teenager Noé Diakubama made a sketch map of Mbandaka, on the Congo river, so as not to get lost in the forest while picking a vegetable called …

KAPZ customised headset caps - first look

Somerset-based firm KAPZ offer a range of UK-made headset caps, with everything from fully customised designs to plain colours and even a psychedelic …

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Schmidt predicts entire world online by 2020. Is he right?

"For every person online, there are two who are not," Schmidt said on Google+ last night. "By the end of the decade, everyone on Earth will be connected."<p>Certainly the number of people online is expanding dramatically, in particular with the spread of mobile phones. But the entire world?<p>That's a …

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MTN-Qhubeka Puts African Cycling on the Map

Gerald Ciolek’s win at Milan-San Remo was about more than just a bike race. It was about making history.<p><b>Paris, France</b> — As Gerald Ciolek screamed across the finish line in the Italian seaside town of San Remo, there was an air of disbelief—not only from the German cyclist but also from his entire …