New rules that encourage carrier competition plus more smartphones should see more internet penetration
The meeting-point culture and a growing middle class are driving use of social media
The country is adopting BYOD faster than advanced European companies
Both countries pay relatively high rates but in one of those countries at least, competition brings hope
Kathryn Cave catches up with Anthony Krueger, Channel Sales Manager for Synel, Latin America to learn more about differences in the local market.
President Kirchner’s exit could lead to new technological freedoms and less state intervention
A hugely successful program for identifying smartphone and computer thieves came from one man’s pet project
Marco Stefanini’s fast-growing Stefanini IT Solutions has turned into a global force
Chile is getting wealthy on the back of copper but it remains a paradox, as its banking system shows...
Reactions on the Brazil protests from people on the ground.
As Brazil’s riots reach the reach the third day, IDG Connect speaks to IT student Gabriel Cogo on the ground in Brazil
Jon “maddog” Hall talks about how low-cost, open computing is sparking opportunities in Latin America and elsewhere.