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Aki Anastasiou - The Smart Phone Revolution
Aki Anastasiou - The Smart Phone Revolution

​Aki Anastasiou, presenter, Talk Radio 702, TECHNOBYTE, The supercomputer in your pocket and how it is revolutionising the way we interact.

Category: Media
Area of Interest: About GIBS, Digitalisation, Innovation, Technology
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