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  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    6/1/18
    ARGENTINA Latin America's telecoms industry associations criticized a court decision in Buenos Aires banning the ride-hailing app Uber country-wide for alleged breach of local transportation regulations. CHILE Telecoms group...

  • BBVA launches tech firm

    6/22/18
    Spanish bank BBVA is launching a new tech company to work on emerging technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and big data, with offices in Spain and Mexico, the bank said in a statement. BBVA Next...

  • BBVA launches tech firm

    6/22/18
    Spanish bank BBVA is launching a new tech company to work on emerging technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and big data, with offices in Spain and Mexico, the bank said in a statement. BBVA Next...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    6/16/17
    IoT and artificial intelligence (AI) figured prominently in the news, as did updates on the state of Latin America's mobile ecosystem. Millicom's CEO explained why technology is key for startups, while Colombia's automation...

  • Netflix users

    1/27/17
    Quarterly number of users of online streaming service Netflix from Q1 of 2013 through Q4 of 2016. Number of users broken down by US and rest of the world....

  • Letseb, S.A. de C.V.

    11/16/17
    Bestel is a telecommunications provider owned by Mexican telecom group Empresas Cablevisión, S.A.B. de C.V. (Izzi). It is made up of Letseb S.A. de CV. and its subsidiaries, Operbes, Bestphone, which provide services in Mexico, and...

  • C3ntro Telecom

    9/20/17
    C3ntro Telecom is a Mexican company established in 2011 in the City of Mexico, offering comprehensive telecommunication solutions internationally which comprise consulting, implementation and security; and provides services of...

  • Mexico ready for IoT push, says AT&T

    9/14/17
    Mexico is ready to embrace the internet of things, which is the first in a series of components that lead to smart city applications, according to AT&T Mexico's CEO Kelly King (pictured). King said in a presentation at local IT ...