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LiDAR technology allows archaeologists to study and document the internal structure of ruined constructions without having to dig. Photo: Carlos Rosado...
Trova in Yucatán dates back to the 19th century and derives in part from Spanish and Cuban influences. Photo: Courtesy
Aside from privacy concerns, critics warn that the new law is likely to result in more cell phone theft. Photo: Courtesy
Privacy advocates say the new government ent database is likely to be misused. Photo: Carlos Rosado van der Gracht
Social media platforms such as WhatsApp are increasingly being used by women to help them stay safe. Photo: Courtesy
Photo: Pexel SpaceX will launch a new Mexican satellite into Earth’s orbit after a collaboration that involved students...
File photo A California-based magazine places Mérida at the top of a list of Mexican cities that foreigners...
Illustration: Internet para Todos Yucatán state authorities have begun measuring Internet and cellphone coverage to prepare for a...
A pair of SpaceX Falcon Heavy boosters make a simultaneous landing after launching the first Falcon Heavy rocket into orbit in...
Yucatan tour operators expressed disappointment by summer-vacation business volume, saying visitors are preferring to use apps to research and book rooms.
If your smartphone is still on the old 2G network, prepare for a switchover, especially if you're in Merida.
It's a curious time for Uber to raise its .
A huge data firm branching out to Mexico also helps the U.S. government deport undocumented immigrants and verify the Iranian nuclear arms pact.
The Adopta Project, a digital platform with 200 dogs and cats looking for homes, was unveiled this week.
Two tech companies are donating 8.4 million pesos and a good chunk of their human capital toward a "Smart Mérida" pilot program.
A group of young Yucatecan entrepreneurs in Mérida is pre-selling an app and meter that helps drivers verify which gas stations are honest and reliable.
The University of Miami’s School of Architecture will collaborate with the Yucatán Science and Technology Park to create ZenCiti, a “smart city” expected to revolutionize the IT world.
The tourism promotion campaign "Yucatán ven por todo” happens high up in the sky.
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