Telefonica is bringing the ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire to more countries in Latin America, along with the usable UI and affordable hardware of Firefox OS phones.
Editor’s Pick Free Zone claims to have 220 million Wi-Fi hotspots in its database. Its new premium version will give subscribers full access to commercial Wi-Fi hotspots.
This cannon is totally cool to hang out with. It’ll give you free chips and stuff, man.
Apple launched iPhone in 2007. iFone, a telecommunications and call answering service doing business in Mexico and Latin America, registered its name in 2003.
Guest Post One company getting a lot of attention in Mexico City and further afield is taking on the music business, making live concerts by previously unknown bands possible using a modified crowdfunding model. That company is Bandtastic.
Guest Post It would be easy to dismiss Mexican.vc as just another one-off acquisition by 500 Startups on a quest to live up to its name, but the deal illustrates some important trends.
Gamers are expected to spend billions of dollars in emerging markets this year such as Brazil, Mexico and Russia, according to market researcher Newzoo, based in Amsterdam.
Netflix will continue to conquer the Americas: the online video rental service announced this morning that it will be expanding to 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean later this year.
Brushing aside concerns about violence in Mexico, IBM today opened its first IBM innovation center in Mexico City.