Lorena Suárez and Andrés Saborido talk Wayra in Latin America, internationalization, and why the world is the best market.
A look at the revolutionary potential of Bitcoin in Latin America with BitPagos CEO Sebastián Serrano.
Descuentocity has entered new territory with Turismocity, a metasearch product in the travel arena.
Technology + carpooling = a winning combination, right? So far, not so much. Argentina's Hagamospool is hoping to change that.
Cookapp has landed in New York City. The Buenos Aires-based startup that connects foodies with local chefs launched in the U.S. in February.
Last week was an especially eventful one in Latin America’s tech scene, from investments in Brazil to the rise and fall of Popcorn Time. Here's the recap.
This afternoon, the Popcorn Time team sent an email to PulsoSocial with two words: it's over. The free video streaming app is no more.
MercadoLibre, the world’s number eight online retail platform, unveils its 2013 business metrics and lays out its strategic projects for the year ahead.
In February, GoIntegro put another US$5 million in the bank. Company co-founder and CEO Germán Dyzenchauz discusses the startup's success.
Not all high-impact entrepreneurs make a lot of noise. Such is the case of Ventas-Privadas, an online buying club based in Argentina.
Not one, but two, Latin American startups have been selected to join the latest Rockstart Accelerator class: Technorides and Bomberbots.
From a new chunk of funding for VivaReal to a look at what’s happening with Bitcoin, here is what you need to know about the latest in LatAm tech today.
Sinimanes has launched a new business unit that creates mobile apps for restaurants that deliver.
Damián Molina, CRO and Commercial Director at Taringa!, says that if the company were starting from square one, they'd go mobile first.
NIC Argentina has announced that it will now start charging for .ar website domains. Is it a move against cybersquatting or another scheme to get cash fast?