The sky’s the limit at the upcoming Dronaid Forum 2017.
A group of young Yucatecan entrepreneurs in Mérida is pre-selling an app and meter that helps drivers verify which gas stations are honest and reliable.
The University of Miami’s School of Architecture will collaborate with the Yucatán Science and Technology Park to create ZenCiti, a “smart city” expected to revolutionize the IT world.
The tourism promotion campaign “Yucatán ven por todo” happens high up in the sky.
Meridanos are big consumers of social media, technology and the Internet, and younger people tend toward liberal ideas, a new study suggests.
The Google platform is far more popular than Apple’s iOS when it comes to smartphone customers in Yucatán.
As Yucatecan entrepreneurs wind down their presence in the Asian trade fair, Mérida-based tech company announced it has opened an office in Hong Kong.