We’ve created a list of some of the top contenders in Latin America's taxi app game. Who do you think will come out on top?
What Hellofood and HotelTonight have in store for Latin America, and why Argentina's Fligoo decided to land in Silicon Valley sans accelerator.
Easy Taxi founder Tallis Gomes on how his Startup Weekend project has become one of the world's leading taxi apps.
Yesterday, children and adults not only in the U.S. but all over the world broke out their costumes and ventured out for Halloween. From the Honey Boo Boo cast...
October has been a busy month for Latin America’s startup ecosystem, and this past week was no exception.
Four weeks after quietly landing in Bogotá, private car service Uber has officially launched in the Colombian capital, its second Latin American locale.
BuzzFeed and Khan Academy have launched Spanish versions of their sites. Here's a look at what they're doing, how they're doing it, and who may be next.
A list of the top stories in Latin American tech from the second week of October. UsefulTools, Uber, ClickBus, Hotel Urbano and 99designs are in the mix.
Rodrigo Arevalo, General Manager of Uber Mexico City, talks the startup's landing in the Mexican market and why riders will be be Uber's best evangelizers.
September started out strong for LatAm tech, and it is ending on a high note, too. Take a look at the top stories from the last week of the month:
Uber releases a secret fleet of cars in Bogotá while the battle with taxi companies and regulators continues in the United States.