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Bill Gates Has Plan to Make Job-Stealing Robots Pay

Robots are taking human jobs. But Bill Gates believes that governments should tax companies’ use of them, as a way to at least temporarily slow the spread of automation and to fund other types of employment.

Mexico Increasing Use of Electronic Surveillance in Fight Against Crime

InSight Crime

The increasing use of electronic surveillance technologies by authorities in Mexico raises concerns about its potential for abuse, especially given the Mexican security forces' reputation for violating citizens' rights with impunity.

UNAM Physics Student Might Be First Mexican on Mars


20-year-old Yair Israel Pina Lopez has been selected to by NASA to participate in a simulated Mars landing in the Utah this spring – Mexico has quite literally sent their best.

Wireless Carriers Are Finally Reversing the Worst Trend in Mobile Data


All four major US wireless carriers - AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint - now each offer some version of an unlimited plan. But while unlimited data is back, but it may no longer be the great bargain it once was.

Website Lets You Virtually Build the Mexico Border Wall

Hindustan Times is a virtual reality website created by Ashish Limaye, a VR developer based in Portland. The website enables viewers to get a 360 degree, on-ground view of what The Wall might look like.

'Drone Bees' Are Comically Inept, Expensive and Dangerous to Real Bees


Bees are in decline in many areas. That’s a problem for agriculture because bees are vital to the environment and are primarily responsible for pollinating many plants. Some researchers have come up with the idea of creating robotic bee-like drones to take over the job of pollination.

Spyware Reportedly Used to Track Mexican Activists

The New York Times

The discovery of NSO’s spyware on the phones of Mexican nutrition policy makers, activists and even government employees, raises new questions about whether NSO’s tools are being used to advance the soda industry’s commercial interests in Mexico.

Wired-Up Roads Will Soon Charge Your Electric Car - While You're Driving

The Conversation

Battery-powered electric cars have a reputation for being too expensive and having too short a driving range. So how about recharging them without having to plug in a cable, while parking or even driving on the road?

Bodog Extends Online Poker Network in Latin America

Bodog's extension into the Latin America will see the brand also offer sports betting and casino as well as being the first and only company offer a full suite of payment methods including Bitcoin.

UAEM Specialists: Development of Home Automation in Mexico Is Limited

The News

Mexico is missing out on higher levels of comfort and security in their homes, say the specialists.

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