Latin America: Highlights 2014

Much of Latin America has struggled on the global tech scene because Spanish and Portuguese are more widely spoken than English. As one individual we talked to suggested, this region has been overlooked because it has the “wrong language”. Yet there are a number of different initiatives going on and, over the last 12 months, we’ve tried to track down the most interesting ones from Mexico to Argentina, Peru to Brazil.


Regional stories

Argentina’s Globant: A Test for Tech Globalisation

Argentina: Meet “The Kids” of the Tech Scene

Bolivia Navigates To Satellites and Modernity

Brazil: Big Opportunity Attracts Tech Dreamers

Chile: How One US Startup Made It…

Colombia: From Drug Cartels to an Escalating IT Sector

Colombia: Will “Social” Questions to the Government Work?

Ecuador Bets on a City of Knowledge

Mexico: Naranya Has Global Ambitions

Mexico: Has Strength to Be a Knowledge Economy Leader...

Venezuela: New Crime Fighting Tool, “Pocket Police”

Peru: Hackers Infiltrate State Networks


Pan-continent highlights

Miami Nice: How South Florida is Building Bridges For LatAm...

Gamification & Latin American Education

Samba Tech CEO Sees a Beautiful Horizon


« Christmas Season Serves Up Sobering Cyber Clash


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