All posts tagged Internet

P.R. to host ICANN’s 61 public hearing in March ’18
December 27, 2016, No Comments

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers board has approved Puerto Rico as the location in North America ...

Liberty launches new video product ‘U-Pick’
December 7, 2016, No Comments

Liberty Puerto Rico has launched a new video product called U-Pick, which allows customers to choose their favorite prog ...

Telecom Board: P.R.’s internet adoption rate on the rise
November 7, 2016, No Comments

Puerto Rico’s internet adoption rate continues increasing, reaching 81.6 percent during the first quarter of 2016, Tel ...

Telecom Board, DTOP inaugurate ‘VíaDIGITAL’ project
October 5, 2016, No Comments

The first project under “VíaDIGITAL,” a joint initiative between the Department of Transportation and Public Works ...

Google: In P.R. the next voters are online and informed
September 6, 2016, No Comments

A recent study by technology giant Google showed that there are about 3 million Puerto Ricans who are online and are usi ...

Fortinet holds cybersecurity summit as threats escalate
August 12, 2016, No Comments

Local technology experts across public and private sectors are facing increasingly more complex cyberthreats as well as ...

Liberty launches HBO NOW for P.R. internet clients
June 14, 2016, No Comments

Starting today, Liberty Puerto Rico’s customers will begin to enjoy HBO NOW, a new service from HBO for internet custo ...

Liberty Business launches its new corporate identity
May 10, 2016, No Comments

Liberty Business, Liberty Puerto Rico’s business division, on Monday launched its own corporate identity along with it ...

Justice to testify on cybercrimes before Senate today
April 27, 2016, No Comments

The Puerto Rico Justice Department’s CyberCrime Division will testify before the Senate on Internet sales and the prot ...

Telecom Board, FCC join to advance broadband services
March 1, 2016, No Comments

The heads of the Puerto Rico Telecommunications Regulatory Board and the Federal Communications Commission met last week ...