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I don’t know why you keep doing this to yourself, but here you are once more, reading about how expensive -hence, prohibitive- technology in this country really is.

According to a study on 43 stores in seven countries conducted by …

With just one month left in 2017, many art exhibits, musical series, and film cycles are winding down as the impending threat of summer’s heat drives flocks of porteños away from Buenos Aires to take refuge along the breezy Atlantic …

Women20 (W20) held a conference in Buenos Aires this Monday and Tuesday, titled “The Effects of Digitalization on Women of the G20,” which focused on gender equality in today’s technological age. From their studies, Argentina ranks 5th out of …

Last October, the national Government announced that imported computers would no longer carry import taxes in 2017. Even though the measure hasn’t officially been applied yet, local sources have reported that sellers like Compumundo and Frávega have already started …

Is science under attack in Argentina? Or has it simply been given a reality check?

Social media has been inflame with the news that CONICET, the country’s leading scientific funding body, will be slashing the intake of new scientists by

After years of import restrictions, starting in January you’ll finally be able to walk into an Apple Store in Argentina. But not quite. Apple is opening up direct sales in Argentina but will not (for now) set up independent stores, …

If you just can’t handle rush hour traffic you’ll soon be able to take a helicopter to or from Ezeiza to downtown Buenos Aires. After more than two years of construction and an investment of US$5 millons, the private transport …

A National Action Plan for the Prevention, Assistance and Eradication of Violence against Women was presented yesterday by Fabiana Tuñez, president of the National Council of Women, in the Casa Rosada. In the audience were several family members of recent …

Have you always wanted to become part of the free-market revolution and stand up to the taxi mafia, or are you a hardcore traditionalist trying to crush the excesses of capitalism and choice? Either way: it’s finally here! The taxi …

Alejandro Estrada, an Argentine entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley, launched the new version of iBillionaire on international app stores last week. This is Alejandro’s third company he has founded, the first two – DineroMail and moni.com.ar – were greatly successful