Yucatecan high school students win silver at international science competition

Yucatecan high school students Daniela Toro Castillo and Alán Ávila Basulto, representing Mexico, won the.

#MeTooMen, the male reaction to accusations of sexual harassment and abuse in Mexico

#MeTooHombres (#MeTooMen), is the male reaction to accusations of sexual harassment and abuse through #MeToo.

The Paid VPN Services vs the Free VPN Services

We pay for so many services in our lives that receiving something for free always.

University of Campeche could become the first Google University in Mexico

The Autonomous University of Campeche (UAC), could be known as the first Google University in.

SpaceX could test rocket ship built to send people to Mars as early as today

SpaceX, the aerospace company founded by Elon Musk and headed by Gwynne Shotwell, is about.

Mexican students win direct pass to Robotics World Championship

Seven teams made up of PrepaTec students already have their direct pass to the robotics.

7 Tools to Stay Completely Anonymous Online

Do you have something to hide? Most of you will answer, “Not me, I’m an open.

“We do not have bots” – López Obrador LIES!

MEXICO CITY (apro) – President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has denied in multiple occasions that.

Paxifica City, the project that connects Yucatán with the future

Only 18 minutes away from Mérida a new futuristic city that promises the best quality.

Top Tools For Online Marketing In 2019

What’s your online marketing strategy this year?  No matter how you are looking to edge.

Title

Puerto Vallarta is recognized as the world’s second most important beach destination for the LGBT community

Puerto Vallarta is internationally recognized as the second most important beach destination for the gay community, after Tel Aviv, Israel,…

AMLO pardons defaulting CFE debtors in his homestate of Tabasco

Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) will write off a MXN$11 billion debt-load carried by 520 thousand citizens from the state…

U.S Treasury works with government of Mexico against perpetrators of corruption

On Friday May 17th,  the United States imposed sanctions on 11 Mexicans, including a judge and a former governor, over…

Domestic workers’ labor rights have been officially expanded in Mexico

Mexico's Congress voted to grant the country's cleaners, cooks, gardeners, caretakers and other domestic workers basic labor rights like limited…

Smog from pollution continues to choke the skies over Mexico City

Mexico City authorities have announced a second straight day of school closures for Friday and extended a pollution alert as…