Latin America has seen changes and trends in technology over the past years and it has learned to adapt since then, but exciting developments continue to pile up in the region.
Yahoo is downsizing its regional operations to prepare for a huge restructuring.
Mozilla said that it is about to release a version of its Firefox browser for Apple devices.
Paul Feig’s “Ghostbusters” female-driven reboot has found its villain in Neil Casey.
Yahoo and Microsoft have renewed their search partnership with a couple of major changes, recent reports indicate.
Google prepares to respond in the EU's accusations over antitrust violations.
The next iPod touch was said to arrive after the holidays, but the calendar makes another turn soon. Is 2015 long enough to bring the device?
A number of tech giants have released their diversity numbers over the past week, following the lead of Google, who released theirs, unprompted, last week. The numbers were also shockingly skewed across the board, with the majority of the workforce identified as white and male.
Amid pushback from tech companies and a federal judge calling the surveillance efforts by the National Security Agency "almost certainly" unconstitutional, President Obama met with top technology executives on Tuesday. The discussion was purportedly to be about Obama's "tech surge" to fix the problems plaguing Healthcare.gov, but tech executives had a different topic in mind.
For what is supposed to be a rival to Google and other major IT companies, Yahoo's inability to get a service as basic as email up and running - after five days - has become a major embarrassment. Late on Friday, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer posted an apology to her customers on the company's Tumblr blog, which is working for the time being.
After continuing revelations about the National Security Agency's snooping programs - some which reportedly did not involve the NSA giving notification to, or obtaining permission from internet technology companies - Microsoft joined the chorus of IT giants locking down their networks with tighter security.
Recent reports point to National Security Agency tapping fiber-optic cables for back-end access to data, specifically those of a fiber-optics firm called Level 3, which supplies Google and Yahoo. In response, more and more IT companies are employing encryption on transfers between data centers.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.