Slack apologizes for 'mistakenly' banning people who had visited Iran
The company said it will block sanctioned countries IPs, but not ban users.
Embassy 'sonic attacks' may have been microwave blasts
They might have led to brain injuries, too.
Cuba is rolling out mobile internet nationwide
The communist-run country says connectivity is good for its revolution.
Cuba's 'sonic attacks' may have been a side-effect of spying
Its surveillance tools may have transmitted ultrasonic sounds by mistake.
Apple Music’s Major Lazer documentary is streaming now
It follows the group as they prepare for and perform a concert in Cuba.
Google becomes first foreign internet company to go live in Cuba
Its local servers will cache popular content to speed up access.
Encrypted chat app Signal sidesteps censorship in Cuba and Oman
For Cuba, at least, the timing couldn't be better.
Cuba opens its first computer factory
It's a step toward a more technology-driven economy.
Cuba tries offering home internet access
Locals won't always have to go to public hotspots.