Internet en Cuba

Daily Archives: June 18, 2015

Gobierno de Cuba amplía el acceso a redes Wi-Fi Associated Press LA HABANA (AP) — Los cubanos tendrán un mayor acceso a internet luego de que La Habana dijese que está dotando de redes Wi-Fi a docenas de centros gestionados por el estado, además de reducir a la mitad el precio que pagan los internautas […] Continue reading
Google Suggests That Cuba Jump Directly to Mobile Connections / 14ymedio Posted on June 16, 2015 Google suggests that Cuba jump directly to mobile phones and tablets without passing through the stage of wired connections, according to comments made this Monday by a representative of the firm to OnCuba. Two Google directors, Brett Perlmutter, of […] Continue reading
Dissidents Have No Leadership Among Ordinary Cubans / Ivan Garcia Posted on June 16, 2015 Ivan Garcia,25 May 2015 — Cubans are not as uninformed as you think. Everyone knows that the Internet is a luxury. According to the latest report from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), broadband is almost nonexistent, with a penetration of […] Continue reading
WiFi at the Reach of Cuban University in Sancti Spiritus June 17, 2015 Written by Radio Angulo With the goal of eazing access to the Internet to a greater number of students, the Jose Marti Perez University of Sancti Spiritus (UNISS by its Spanish acronym) will benefit soon from the installation of WiFi technology, a […] Continue reading
Cuban government says it is expanding Wi-Fi access HAVANA (AP) — The Cuban government says it is expanding internet access by adding Wi-Fi capacity to dozens of state-run Internet centers and more than halving the cost users pay for an hour online. The announcement is the first significant expansion of Internet in Cuba since President […] Continue reading
Will better relations with U.S. mean an easing of censorship in Cuba? June 17, 2015 at 8:10 PM EDT Cuba has one of the lowest rates of Internet connectivity in the Western Hemisphere. In this installment of our continuing series “Cuban Evolution,” Jeffrey Brown looks at Cuban access to the Internet, the effect it has […] Continue reading
Cuba, ¿racismo institucionalizado o discriminación política? [18-06-2015 00:16:46] Mario Hechavarría Driggs (www.miscelaneasdecuba.net).- El 8 de enero de 1959 entró triunfal en La Habana Fidel Castro Ruz, Comandante en Jefe de un ejército multicolor. Había derrotado a otra tropa igualmente mestiza liderada por el general Fulgencio Batista “el indio de Banes”, según el decir de la […] Continue reading
Muchas trabas y alguna facilidad para el empresariado privado OSMAR LAFFITA ROJAS | La Habana | 18 Jun 2015 – 8:01 am. Cientos de millones de dólares en mercancías ociosas están inmovilizados en los almacenes de las empresas estatales. El empresariado privado únicamente puede acceder a ese mercado clandestinamente. De acuerdo a la información brindada […] Continue reading
Iroel Sánchez cree que Google quiere encarcelar a los cubanos en una ‘prisión digital’ DDC | La Habana | 17 Jun 2015 – 11:44 pm. El bloguero advierte de supuestas intenciones maliciosas de la compañía de EEUU en la Isla. El bloguero y vocero del régimen Iroel Sánchez desconfía de las intenciones de Google en […] Continue reading
Twitter negocia con el régimen la expansión de su servicio en la Isla DDC | Washington | 17 Jun 2015 – 5:41 pm. La compañía quiere pactar un código numérico que permita a los cubanos acceder a la plataforma a través de SMS. La compañía estadounidense Twitter afirmó este miércoles que ha hablado con el […] Continue reading
Glimmers of glasnost begin to warm island Politics The government retains a tight grip, but there are signs it is loosening a little, writes John Paul Rathbone Shortly after the US and Cuba announced talks about normalising relations, a neighbourhood watch com¬mittee – often a bastion of communist prying – held its regular Committee for […] Continue reading
Renewal of relations with US heightens expectations Tentative signs of openness raise hopes, but is the island ready to do business? By John Paul Rathbone There is a new entry among Cuba’s roll of important dates. Alongside Fidel Castro’s 26th of July movement and the January 11959 “triumph of the revolution”, there is now December […] Continue reading
Renewed relations with Cuba divide US opinion Geoff Dyer Difficult call: President Obama talks to President Castro in December Barack Obama surprised the world in late December with the announcement that he planned to normalise relations with Cuba, bringing to an end more than five decades of diplomatic estrangement from the island nation 90 miles […] Continue reading
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