Nearshoring is a way to increase a company’s capacities while avoiding problems implicit in a typical offshoring relationship. We’ve covered the advantages and downsides of offshoring for the software development industry in another article. For more context, this article is the first in a series on nearshoring in the diverse countries of Latin America. We compile as much […]
Congratulations on eyeing the international market for your business growth. We are living in an age of globalization and more and more companies are recognizing the profitability of taking their products and service offerings globally at a relatively small incremental cost. It is an easy calculus to recognize that international consumers are able to be […]
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Using your smartphone abroad doesn’t need to cost thousands of dollars.
Our new international outpost is Tokyo.
You think that Smartphone Wars are over? In truth they are just beginning. Adoption of smartphones and tablets has plenty of room to grow in major markets around the world.
If you plan to make money off Android apps, you have to keep the international market in mind.
The key for startups trying to outsource key functions is to find and execute the right strategy at the right time.
The smartphone – possibly the most advanced personal computing device ever – is bringing the benefits of technology to just about everyone.
As with Apple, Chinese criticism of Microsoft’s Surface Pro warranty policies could mark the beginning of a wider tussle.
Tim Cook and Apple apologize to customers in China over warranty and customer support issues. Will it be enough to smooth over criticism from the company’s second-largest market?
Until there’s a dramatic modification of U.S. immigration policy, foreign entrepreneurs will continue to have to jump through a series of outdated bureaucratic hoops in order to work in the U.S.
Recent evidence suggests it’s the Russian Federation, not the People’s Republic of China, that’s king of the cyber attack mountain.
Change.org has become an effective marketing machine for mostly non-profit organizations
There are plenty of reasons to believe that Apple may never again be the world’s most valuable company. At least not for long.
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology says the country’s “mobile operating system research and development is too dependent on Android.” That could mean trouble for Google, opportunity for others.
Google Maps for iPhone gets a spruced-up look and feel to deliver faster local searches.
The Pirate Bay admits to pranking the Internet with claims it moved hosting to North Korea.
Thanks to the rapid spread of sensors and satellites, and to the increase in computer number-crunching speeds, it’s now possible to forecast weather changes more accurately and with improved detail.