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Reddit, the website that brands itself “The Front Page of the Internet,” inhabited by niche enthusiasts of everything from video games to politics to math, is now the 21st most visited website in the world, with over 542 million

Many of us know the struggle of slow internet in Argentina, but the CABASE Internet Index report, published by the Argentine Internet Chamber has underscored just how bad connections are. In fact, four out of ten fixed internet connections in …

Procrastinating on Facebook and binge-watching videos of cute puppies and House of Cards episodes on YouTube and Netflix, respectively. Those are the activities that, presumably, Argentines like doing best when they go online, according to a new study released by

The Argentine Internet Observatory (OIA) sent news outlets into spasms of voyeuristic horror with its release of a report showing that internet searches for pornography in Argentina have increased by 45 percent in the last two years, superseding any other

Two City of Buenos Aires legislators saw themselves embroiled in controversy yesterday after presenting a bill that would have allowed City prosecutors to suspend or block websites and apps that violate local law. It was difficult not to see this …

There’s really nothing more annoying than slow Internet (don’t roll your eyes and mutter “millennial” under your breath: you know it’s true), which is why this next bit of information is great news:  a new project by national telecommunications company

There’s really nothing more annoying than slow Internet (don’t roll your eyes and mutter “millennial” under your breath: you know it’s true), which is why this next bit of information is great news:  a new project by national telecommunications company

Parents are no longer the only ones banning kids from social media: a court in Santiago del Estero sentenced an 18-year-old who had distributed naked photos of a 14-year old girl has recently been sentenced to six months of no …

In the good ol’ days, you had to work for fame. Achieving stardom of any kind required grit, undying dedication to a craft and a stroke of luck – things I definitely don’t have. Nowadays, it seems a casual crotch …

Stealing from another country is rude, and stealing from your own country is dumb. In a move looking to preserve the virtue of our cinema consumption habits, INCAA (National Institute for Cinema and Audiovisual Arts) and satellite company ArSat have …