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The 2021 budget bill passed by the House of Representatives came with some surprise changes. Among them was the reinstatement of levies on a series of electronic goods, most notably cell phones, whose internal taxes went back to pre-2017 levels. …

President Alberto Fernández tightened the leash on telecommunication companies in Argentina by declaring the provision of internet, cell phone and subscription-based television as essential public services, giving the government scope to regulate prices and intervene more closely in the sector’s …

Just like it happened in other countries with similar proposals, the creation of an app to track people that could be infected with the novel coronavirus is creating controversy in Argentina. The debate in the country was heightened because the …

What were your biggest accomplishments at the age of 17? Mine were having successfully convinced my parents to let me both dye my hair hot pink and get my bellybutton pierced. No, that isn’t a joke. Which is why Tadeo

We cover the most exciting, innovating startups in Argentina…

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 …

Druber is the app that allows you to buy and sell currencies at the best exchange rate, all from the comfort of your own home. Thanks to the founder behind this idea, Juan Manuel Pereyra Murray (he’s also the CEO …

One stage, 500 people in the audience, and a jury. Is it a talent contest? It can be if your skill is pitching a working product to venture capitalists. That is the essence of Startup Battlefield, the competition created 12

This Friday marks the vernal equinox in the Southern Hemisphere — in other words, it’s spring folks! Not that you really needed us to tell you that though, we’re sure the mid-week hot flashes were enough. More sunshine is on …

Great news, long-line haters! (Which is basically everyone.) The dream app specifically designed to help you avoid long lines has finally touched down here, courtesy of a team-up between Banco Macro and Whyline, the tech startup that created a solution …