The central bank kicked off a round of public hearings on the future regulation of electronic platforms in financial services.
Submarine infrastructure company Deep Blue Cable is looking to build an underwater cable system with 12 initial landings in the Caribbean, with plans to reach 40 eventually.
Shrugging off preconceptions about Brazilian-made phones, Positivo Tecnologia launched the world's first phone with laser projection, as it takes the Quantum smartphone brand to Argentina and Chile and Vaio computers to Peru. A third African market is also on the company's roadmap.
América Móvil paid a fine estimated at US$1.06bn, while Telefónica approved a capital increase amounting to 472mn euros in order to meet the payment.
Telefónica and its partner, the Colombian Government, have agreed to a capital increase in ConTel for approximately 1,370 million euros in order to pre-pay the obligations with PARAPAT. Of these, Telefónica will contribute about 925 million euros.
Avaya filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January and in April submitted a reorganization plan to the US bankruptcy court for the Southern District of New York. The company believes it come out of bankruptcy by the end of this year