HackDay comes back to Miami as the “X-Prize” of hackathons, hopes to launch startups

Published by The Next Web Miami will welcome its second HackDay on December 8th-9th 2012, the HackDay Foundation announced today. According to its organizers, this new edition significantly raises the bar when it comes to prizes and goals. As you may know, the HackDay Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on running a series of international hackathons [&hellip + More


Issue v0.7: 18 Latin American Tech Hubs You Should Know

Published by The Next Web With less than two months left to The Next Web Conference Latin America, we help you get ready with a new post series that will bring you everything you need to know about this exciting region. This was the first question we tried to answer when we kickstarted our Latin America [&hellip + More


How crowdsourcing is taking root in Latin America

Published by The Next Web The emergence of crowdsourcing was one of the key trends that we saw in Latin America in 2011. Since then, this boom has anything but stopped, as São Paulo is about to host Crowdsourcing Conference‘s second edition. As its name says, CCS12′s two-day event will focus on crowdsourcing, co-creation and [&hellip + More


Online music service Senzari is now open in the US, Brazil and Spain

Published by TheNextWeb The online music service Senzari is now open to all users in the US, Brazil and Spain with local language support, the company has announced. Besides leaving the invite-only stage, Senzari introduced a location-based feature and a new design + More


Meet Ideame, the Latin American Kickstarter

Published by The Next Web Earlier this week, yet another project crossed the $1m milestone in funding crowdsourced via Kickstarter. Yet, the platform only accepts projects from US residents, which means the rest of the world is left out. However, Latin American creators now have a solid alternative: the Argentine platform Ideame, launched in August [&hellip + More