In a scenario in which access to information and telecommunications technologies is limited by the development of each country and people’s ability to pay for and learn to use them, the approval – on December 14 by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission – of the withdrawal of measures established in 2015, that favored net neutrality, opens up new digital divides between rich and poor
Through the month of November, 2017, Cuba had received 4,257,754 international visitors, reflecting growth of 19.7%, as compared to the same period in 2016. What is surprising is that this occurred within a context plagued by adversities.
The National Center for Software Quality’s (Calisoft) is focused on evaluating and improving the software development process in Cuba
The Cuban Union of Computer Scientists
Creating a flexible, well connected organization, committed to its time, and to playing an active role in the country’s development are priorities for the Union of Computer Scientists (UIC)
During the dawn hours Sunday, 21 members of the Henry Reeve International Brigade returned from Ecuador where they had spent the last two months providing medical assistance to the population there in the wake of a devastating earthquake
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF PEOPLE'S POWER
After three days of work in commissions, deputies are today discussing updates on the Digitalization of Society Program and the proposed Terrestrial Waters Act, and meeting in geographical groups
On the evening of June 15, 23 collaborators from the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade who offered services in Peru, returned to Cuba
An “I love you” on her lips; she blows him a kiss, standing there in his olive green uniform atop a mountain. Immortal.
This Thursday, Cuba marked the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, as an opportunity to promote greater social awareness and reaffirm the rights of the disabled
Cuba's Party, state, and government share the political will to develop information and telecommunications technologies in the country