Hispanic shoppers can discover new things to love, get more out of brands they trust and save money through the new bilingual Veo app, The Latinum Network announced.
The plan was to develop a bare-bones "Cuban Twitter," using cellphone text messaging to evade Cuba's strict control of information and its restrictions on Internet access.
Veo, a new free app, is meant to connect companies with the surging U.S. Hispanic marketplace.
Hispanics are expected to make up the next generation of high-tech leaders, and so we offer up five Hispanic tech executives you'll be reading about in the coming years.
The 2014 Hispanic Business Top 10 Tech companies, from the federal power alley in Virginia to Silicon Valley in California, have successfully weathered the storm in a volatile economy. So how did they do it?
The era of usernames and passwords is finally over, according to digital infrastructure company Hoyos Labs, whose new app protects personal information with biometrics that can't be faked or hacked.
You weren't the only ones addicted to a mobile confection in 2013.
A new Spanish web site about relationships and marriage targets California Hispanics.
Hispanics use Facebook more frequently and spend more time on social media than the U.S. Facebook market at large, and advertisers are looking for a way to target that audience.
Representatives from more than 20 Hispanic chambers met to learn social media best practices, which will be shared to and ultimately, benefit businesses across the country.
Blogger Monique Frausto created CurvesandChaos.com about her life, and Blogs By Latinas, an online hub for female Hispanic bloggers from around the world.
The Hispanic IT Executive Council will host its quarterly summit in August to discuss ways Hispanics are making waves within the technology sector.
TYSONS CORNER, Va., June 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroTech President & CEO, Tony Jimenez, received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) this past Sunday at the school's gra
Time Warner Cable Business Class and the League of United Latin American
Citizens have opened an Empower Hispanic America Technology Center in El Paso in a campaign to spread broadband access among Hispanics.
Eastern Washington is tackling the under-representation of Hispanic girls in science,
technology, engineering and mathematics careers.