Mobile Phone Ready Membership Service to Connect Avid Entertainment & Art Event Goers with Hottest Events
NXTP Labs Guidecentral is now available for Android. Company co-founder Gaston Irigoyen fills us in on what else is new.
Wearable technologies haven’t quite taken hold – especially in developing markets like Latin America. There are a number of explanations for the lag, including...
Built to monitor activity on smartphones and tablets, mSpy tracks calls, messages, locations, social media and more. So is it legal? Eh...
Rormix is an app for discovering music videos from emerging and unsigned artists all over the globe, and it is gaining speed in Latin America.
Precios OK, an app that helps consumers confirm whether supermarkets at here to price controls and regulations, is all the rage in Argentina.
CircleMe allows users all over the globe to interact based on their interests, locations and passions through a platform available for mobile and the web.
Seahorse is a brand new platform to store, share and enjoy photos among specific groups of friends, families and colleagues.
Brazil's Disk Cook isn’t your average online food delivery platform.
Ignacio Vidaguren, Partner and COO at IMS, is responsible for Waze’s commercialization in Latin America. He took time out for an interview with PulsoSocial.
Now working out of Silicon Valley, The Social Radio has 100,000 downloads and is developing new products to open the path to monetization “by accident."
Sinimanes has gone mobile. The Argentina-based online food delivery company has launched applications for iPhone and Android.
Mexico stands to become a regional leader, with mobile advertising spending in 2013 growing 74.8% to reach US$68.5 million.
Last month, we posed the question of whether Latin America is ready for mobile commerce. The response, in a word, is yes – at least according to the Ericsson...
A Startup Weekend success story? Look no further than Easy Taxi.