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Business

Facebook : L’intérêt pour les marchés émergents se concrétise

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseFacebook connait un ralentissement de la croissance du nombre de ses utilisateurs aux Etats Unis. Cependant, dans les marchés émergents tels que les pays d’Asie ou d’Afrique, la base des consommateurs croit rapidement. En vue de mieux profiter des opportunités offertes par ces marchés,

Innovation

Inveneo Transforms Teaching Through Tablets in Rural Haiti

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseInveneo launched a new project for primary school teachers in Haiti. The TTT (Transforming Teaching through Tablets) project is designed to improve teaching and learning in primary schools by providing teachers in rural Haiti with training and access to digital educational resources. Educators from two primary schools in the area of Petit-Goâve already received Nexus 7 tablets loaded with educational content and tools for professional development. In addition, they are

Infrastructure

Intel to establish mega laboratory in Costa Rica for validation of new products

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseNEW YORK, USA — The president of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solis; the minister of foreign trade, Alexander Mora; and the president and director general of the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE), Jose Rossi and Gabriela Llobet announced on Tuesday in New York that Intel will open in Costa Rica a one-of-a-kind mega lab for the validation and testing of its products in development. From the mega lab, Costa

Technology

Haiti:Education industry still a victim of inferior Wi-Fi

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseThe Haitian education sectors are still wasting money on inferior Wi-Fi solutions that simply don’t meet the needs of students – what’s more is they are not alone. According to a sms survey conducted by Haititechnews with 50 students, schools and universities are in serious need of Wi-Fi solutions that work, yet continue to fall prey to sales pitches that promise price reduction but that fall short in quality. “Education