image image image image
The impact of the Global Digital Divide The digital divide causes a significant problem in many struggling parts of the world.
7 Myths of the Digital Divide 1. The digital divide is so over that it’s passé This is a common trope I hear at conferences, whether academic or otherwise.
Internet Access as a Right Digital Divide "We have entered the knowledge society and everyone must have access to participate. The internet is the most powerful potential source of enlightenment ever created.
Digital Divided Defining the "Digital Divide" Interaction between human and computers has greatly increased as we embark on the twenty-first century.

Saharonline.com

saharonline invites you to take part in SaharTV shows. Your voice, together with other saharonliners, can help shape what SaharTV covers and how.

At SaharTV we believe that looking at the news from different angles gives us a deeper understanding of what's going on. We also know that the world is an amazing place filled with interesting people doing fascinating things that don't always make the news.

 

News list

Top Headline

Social Media And Mobile: The Perfect Addiction

Social Media And Mobile: The Perfect Addiction

People have been heard to exclaim “I love my iPhone” ! It is normally spontaneous and can happen in public and in strange and exotic locations!

Read More...

Smartphone Addiction

Smartphone Addiction

With every passing day, technology is overtaking our daily lives. Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, you're probably packing a smartphone right now.

Read More...

How Cell Phones Are Killing Face-to-Face Interactions

How Cell Phones Are Killing Face-to-Face Interactions

Whether you are dating someone, interviewing someone, or just meeting someone for the first time, there is a special quality about face-to-face interactions.

Read More...

Live show

HIGHEST RATED

Statistics

Content View Hits : 213186

PressTV news

ANTIWAR News

  • Britain’s Phantoms of the Past in Palestine
    It would be intellectually dishonest to reflect on the British House of Commons’ vote of October 13, on a Palestinian state without digging deeper into history. Regardless of the meaning of the non-binding motion, the parliamentary action cannot be brushed off as just another would-be country to recognize Palestine, as was the Swedish government’s decision […]
  • A Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind
    If the British parliament had adopted a resolution in favor of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, the reaction of our media would have been like this: "In an atmosphere of great enthusiasm, the British parliament adopted with a huge majority (274 for, a mere 12 against) a pro-Israeli motion…Over half the seats were […]
  • Turkey’s Reluctance to Help Against ISIS Should Be a Red Flag
    The questionable continuance of the NATO alliance after the Cold War ended is demonstrated by Turkey’s reluctance to help against the rampaging group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The alliance was originally supposed to defend NATO members against a Soviet attack but in the post-Cold War era has expanded in territory and mission […]
  • Bombs and Battles Kill 243, Wound 139 Across Iraq
    Bombers moved on to the holy city of Karbala, perhaps in response to Monday's meeting between Prime Minister Abadi and Grand Ayatollah Sistani. Attack there and battles elsewhere left 243 dead and 139 wounded.
  • Is Mexico a Failed State?
    Every time they find a mass grave, they think it’s the one they’re looking for – but it isn’t. No, this isn’t a Halloween tale: it’s a real life story about 43 missing Mexican students who once attended the Escuela Normal Rural Isidro Burgos, a small teachers’ college in the southern state of Guerrero. The […]