Technology is changing modern societies, but education is lagging behind. Until we accept that education models must take new technologies into consideration we are doing little to advance the professional and personal training of people in the education system.
Spanish site Tuenti has cornered the young domestic market with its invitation-only model. But can it survive being bought out by Telefonica and compete with the likes of Facebook overseas?
A Norway-based dating agency is stirring up controversy by offering its sevices in Spain: A chance to have an affair and not get found out.
New legislation aimed at fighting digital piracy is stirring controversy, but will shutting down websites directing users to download illegal copies of movies, games and songs halt a trend that has led to Spain being blacklisted as a haven of modern-day Blackbeards and Captain Morgans?
As the Mobile World Congress got underway in Barcelona, telecoms companies’ increasingly vocal hopes of boosting revenues by charging content and search providers for using their networks loomed ominously over the future of the internet.