So far, the internet age has largely bypassed the Caribbean island of Cuba. Now, the first two thousand private households in the capital, Havana are receiving free internet access on a test basis.
So far, the internet age has largely bypassed the Caribbean island of Cuba. Now, the first two thousand private households are to go online in the capital, Havana, by the end of 2016.
US Secretary of State Tillerson and his Cuban counterpart have discussed mysterious attacks on diplomats in Havana. While not accusing Cuba of the attacks, Tillerson said the country failed to protect foreign nationals.
Ironically, it's a state institution, the University of Havana, that's running communist-ruled Cuba's first startup incubator. It's supported by the Humboldt University of Berlin. Andreas Knobloch went to visit.
As deals with the US continue to accelerate, Cuba has signed a deal with Google to enable faster access to content from the US tech giant. Internet service is notoriously limited and slow on the communist island.
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