|Apps Look to Boost Debate on Corruption in Mexico|
Teaching kids anti-corruption values, comparing politicians and reporting corrupt public works? In Mexico, there’s an app for that.
|SpaceX Makes History with Launch and Landing of a Used Falcon 9 Rocket|
In a flight that could revolutionize the future of space missions, SpaceX successfully launched a communications satellite into orbit Thursday using a rocket that was previously sent into space and recovered intact instead of being allowed to burn up or crash into the ocean.
|Dems Want GOP to Pay for Attacking Internet Rules|
Congressional Republicans drew blood this week by voting to repeal the FCC’s Obama-era broadband privacy rules.
|Here's Why It's Impossible to Scan or Photocopy Today's Paper Money|
Starting in 1996 the government started adding a pattern on paper money that most modern photocopiers and scanners can catch. This pattern makes it impossible to copy.
|New Anti-Trump Tech Is 2017's Most Genius Thing|
We really mean it when we say there’s a tech tool that will take the headache out of reaching out to your congresspeople.
|Personal Universal Communicator App Allows the Disabled to Find More Freedom|
Inter Press Service
Visually impaired Kerryn Gunness is excited about the possibilities offered by a new free app that would serve as his eyes and enable people like him to enjoy greater independence.
|Mexico Has Just Created a Cloud That Rains Tequila|
In something that could only come out of an adult’s dreams, the Mexico tourism board has built a machine that sprays a tequila cloud, converts the cloud to liquid and rains tequila.
|How Artificial Intelligence Can Prove Workers' Best Defense in the Race Against Automation|
Most American jobs aren’t going to Mexico, China or another foreign country, they’re being automated. The workers left behind often struggle to find employment for comparable pay because they lack the skills required for the jobs that aren’t threatened by automation.
|El Machete Malware Campaign Targets LatAm Users|
A modified version of a threat that first appeared in 2014 is successfully targeting users in Latin America according to the SPEAR research team at threat prevention specialist Cylance.
|State-of-the-Art Bullet-Resistant Vests Are Proudly Made in Mexico|
The Yucatan Times
The Mexican Ministry of Defense has created state of the art bullet-resistant vests that provide safety and comfort for operatives.
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