For the first time in 26 years, Afghanistan has control over its airspace, unleashing a slew economic and political gains, observers say.
The government is implementing its Open Access Policy and encouraging investment in fibre optic, satellite and other information technology over the next four years.
The government-run Salaam Network is constructing new antennas and repairing others in Lashkargah to improve connectivity for those who lost service because of Taliban threats.
The move towards electronic systems in government offices has simplified administrative procedures and is a tool for reducing corruption, officials and citizens say.
The hero of the computer game, created by a team of women in Herat Province, is an Afghan soldier who fights the country's enemies and destroys opium poppies in Helmand Province.
Afghanistan's state-owned telecommunication companies will begin reducing prices over the next three months as part of an effort to bring high-speed internet access to more people.
An initiative between the online encyclopaedia and a mobile phone company aims to expand access to information for Afghan youth for up to one year.