Latin America and the Caribbean need to renew their digital infrastructure if they aim to provide the quality of services that their users need. It’s time to improve the region’s connectivity landscape. … [Read more...] about Rethinking the Digital Pathways of Latin America and the Caribbean
The expansion of cellular services has created business alternatives that adapt to the needs of a region struggling to bridge its digital divide. We are witnessing the rise of tower companies. … [Read more...] about Tower Companies Transform Cellular Services in Latin America and the Caribbean
Remember what trying to get a cab used to be like? Not long ago, you would have to step into the street, wave your arm in hopes of being noticed and sometimes wrestle another would-be passenger for the coveted spot. And that was only the beginning. At times, cab drivers took you down the “tourist route,” or simply got lost finding their way. At pay time, it was a matter of luck … [Read more...] about Latin-America and the Caribbean are surfing the ride-hailing wave
The discovery of the first gold nuggets in General Sutter’s sawmill became a true “gold rush” in the United States. In the mid-19th century, California attracted a generation of immigrants and adventurers looking to become wealthy in the blink of an eye, with their picks and shovels. However, to achieve this dream it was necessary capital, energy and luck. In addition, this … [Read more...] about Mining Bitcoin in Latin America: opportunities … and dangers!
In 1984, Steve Jobs launched the first Mac. The classic film “Revenge of the Nerds” was released the same year. At the time, computers and nerds went hand in hand. During my adolescence, the impression of what seemed to be happening in Silicon Valley was “not cool.” In recent decades, the area that stretches to the south of San Francisco has become the undisputed pole of … [Read more...] about What can Latin America and the Caribbean learn from Silicon Valley