Atlanta, Ga. – Jose Marquez, CEO of TechLatino: The National Association of Hispanics in Information Sciences and Technology, received a Doctorate degree from the Global International Humanitarian University an international institution that supports humanitarian efforts through acts of service.. Doctorate degrees are given by Global International Humanitarian University. at Charter Day and Commencement ceremonies as well as…

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The last two years has demonstrated a vital need to close the digital divide. New York stands at a crossroads to bridge this divide with a historic opportunity to issue grants to aid in the buildout of broadband networks. In order to effectively and efficiently serve the needs of all communities, all technology options—including wireless—need…

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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. At this…

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He says plainly that the last year and a half has been a learning experience. No sooner had he become CEO of HP Inc. than Enrique Lores (Madrid 1965) was faced with an unexpected takeover bid from rival Xerox, which was finally abandoned as impossible. By then, the pandemic was beginning to take its toll.…

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Congressman Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) led a bipartisan letter signed by 53 Members urging Congressional leadership to oppose a proposal to nationalize 5G.  “The United States has a long history of investment by American companies in communications infrastructure. These networks have withstood the crises of a global pandemic, and competition between these companies led to innovative products…

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CTIA has released a new report illustrating how U.S. wireless networks have performed during COVID-19’s stay-at-home peak period. The report makes five key points: Nearly overnight, COVID-19 drove significant increases in, and shifts, in wireless network traffic—and U.S. wireless networks performed exceptionally well. This point is driven home by a series of impactful charts comparing…

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Officially launched last year, Wi-Fi 6 (the newest generation of Wi-Fi) is beginning to find its way onto the market with more and more devices announced. In short, Wi-Fi 6 is the latest update to Wi-Fi technology, and its key characteristic is next generation speeds, like those that will be offered with 10G. Without it,…

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Charter recently celebrated the upcoming launch of the black News Channel, the first and only African American-focused 24/7 news network. We are excited to be one of the first pay TV providers to offer the channel on our line-ups in some of our biggest markets starting in January.  Charter is committed to reflecting the vibrant…

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) slammed tech giant Facebook on Thursday, accusing the social media company of abusing technology to mislead users and calling its behavior “shameful.” “The Facebook business model is strictly to make money. They don’t care about the impact on children, they don’t care about truth, they don’t care about where this is all coming from,…

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One year after a black Facebook employee accused the social media giant of failing its black employees and users, a group of Facebook employees published an anonymous memo saying the culture at the company has only gotten worse for nonwhite workers. Published on Medium last week, the letter documents a variety of micro- and full-blown aggressions employees…

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