TELEMEDICINE

Teleradiology company helps solve radiologist shortage in...

A company is using telemedicine to solve the radiologist shortage in Brazil

WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

For Cinco de Mayo we look back at our Latin American tech coverage.

FINANCE

Crowdfunding grows in Latin America with a creative twist...

LatAm crowdfunding is less about hard technology and more about artistic and social causes

CLOUD COMPUTING

Why do Latin Americans pay more for cloud computing?

A recent study suggests that cloud computing is not democratising access to IT around the world

INTERNET

BT kiosks link rural Colombians to education, health, hope...

The telecoms giant BT is providing internet access for remote parts of Colombia

SECURITY

Brazil: How cybercriminals may take advantage of a political...

Luiz Eduardo, Technical Director LATAM for FireEye, discusses the external cyber threats of Brazil’s national crisis

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

eMerge event showcases Latin American startup talent

eMerge Americas will highlight a growing ‘make your job’ entrepreneurial spirit

INTERNET

This month in tech history: April – JenniCam

20 years ago this month, 19-year-old Jennifer Kaye Ringley began live-streaming her life on the internet.

NETWORKING & COMMUNICATIONS

Is Brazil tech-ready for the 2016 Olympics?

We look at four areas which Brazil needs to pay particular attention to ahead of this summer’s Olympics

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Brazil’s IT sector remains steadfast despite economic decline...

Despite serious economic issues in Brazil, large tech companies are moving in and local organisations are remaining steady

SOFTWARE & WEB DEVELOPMENT

Tambero CEO says: “There was no Salesforce or Oracle for...

We catch-up with Eddie Rodríguez von der Becke who founded Argentinian startup Tambero, free software for rural farmers

INTERNET

How is Cuba’s target for getting online coming along?

Despite numerous recent developments the road to getting ordinary Cubans online is still a rocky one

INTERNET

El Salvador: Low tech levels help spread of Zika virus

The fight against Zika in one of Latin America’s poorest countries is not helped by lack of ICT

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