Everything we do here at TechLatino relates to our key mission to ensure that Latino communities have a seat at the table for present and future generations to come. Because Latinos are outsized users of wireless services compared to other technologies and communities, developments in this technology are of critical importance to us.  It is…

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Join Technology Association of Georgia TechLatino: Latinos in Sciences and Technology Association, and STEM Atlanta Women Tuesday February 16th @12noon for a Candid Conversation on the Impact of #Covid on People of Color. Join @DRJoseMorey, Dominique Wilkins Benita Harris-McBride and Maxine Cain On #COVID19#vaccinecovid19#dontmiss#latinos#wearetechlatino Register for this Complimentary Event. https://lnkd.in/dBrNUtT #SynopsisWithin weeks of COVID-19’s emergence in the United States,…

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TechLatino – Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association DC members Michael A. Echols MBA CISSP #wearetechlatino discusses why #CyberSkills Gap Challenges and Threatens #NationalSecurity in United States #CyberDiamonds. There are estimates of a 2 million person skills gap for cyber professionals. This is a national security issue. America has all of the national resources…

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For years now we have seen many tech companies grow, these are exciting times in our industry. However for us the Latino Community is still very dependent on spanish language newspapers. Now we are viewing and reading our news on new platforms like tablet and smartphones phone. Now our community relies on Facebook and other…

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The Federal Communications Commission is considering changes to Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal to break cable companies’ hold on the set-top box market, following a joint counteroffer from cable providers and AT&T Inc., and a nod from their rival Google. “Chairman Wheeler has repeatedly said he is interested in a constructive dialogue,” Kim Hart, an FCC…

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Sandvine, a provider of broadband network solutions, just released its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report. Unsurprisingly, Internet usage and access is on the rise. Overall, streaming audio and video account for a whopping 71 percent of all downstream evening traffic in North America. Sandvine suggests this will reach 80 percent by 2020. What accounts for…

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AT&T is the latest ISP to introduce packages tailored for qualified low-income homes.  It’s a move that satisfies a condition of AT&T’s merger with DirecTV, which closed last July.Among those targeted conditions, the FCC called on AT&T to provide discounted standalone broadband offerings to low-income consumers in its wireline service area.  The new program, called Access from…

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