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Costa Rica to Modernize Train System in the Big Cities

The Costa Rica Train Institute (Incofer, acronym in Spanish) is about to purchase eight new trains with a great capacity of 400 passengers in...
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WhatsApp and YouTube are The Costa Ricans’ Favorite Apps.

WhatsApp and YouTube are the Costa Ricans' favorite apps, according to the seventh edition of the research Red 506 (Net 506) carried out by...

Meet The New “Virtual Art Museum” Of Costa Rica

Virtual Art can be appreciated thanks to technology, and according to it advance, art will do as well.If you are a lover of painting...
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First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Arrives to Costa Rica

The arrival of the first electric hydrogen-powered bus may turn Costa Rica into the Latin American hub of technological development.The acquisition of the hydrogen...

Computer Experts Do Not Discard More Cyber Attacks in Costa Rica

After the Cyber Attack that faced the country last weekend, computer experts say it is only the beginning of a series of attacks in...

Which Is The Best Age To Introduce Technology To A Child?

Today, a computer becomes a familiar means of cognizing the world and ceases to be a luxury.Many parents are concerned about the reports of...

Companies And Universities Looking For Technological Innovation

A group of entrepreneurs and college representatives had a meeting to talk about the Click For Innovation program in order to strengthen digital and...

Costa Rica: A Country with a Lot of Water

Costa Rica is a country that stands out among the others for many and different reasons. For instance, it is one of the 1st...

New Earpiece Shakes Up The Translation World

We are talking about a new device created for translating foreign languages whilst speaking. The name of this earpiece is TranslateOne2One and it’s very...
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Costa Rica Will Host the World Robot Olympiad 2017

Putting creativity into practice and proposing innovative solutions to create sustainable robots are just 2 of the challenges involving 2,500 children and young people...
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