Katya Echazarreta

Katya Echazarreta: Latina Engineer Becomes Youngest Women To Fly to Space

Katya Echazarreta, electrical engineer and scientific disseminator, has become the first Mexican to travel to space thanks to the company founded by Jeff Bezos and the help of Space For Humanity.

Scientists Create Skin to Cover a Robot

Five scientists from the Department of Mechanical Informatics at the University of Tokyo created living skin to cover a robotic finger

Infographic: 5 Key Moments in the History of Internet Explorer

The one that used to be the king of browsers, Internet Explorer, was abandoned by Microsoft on June 15. Here we tell you some great moments of its history.

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The Falls of Tesla as a Company in Recent Months

This company, which is often at the forefront, has taken a few steps backward in recent months

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3 Areas That Have Reached Data-Driven Digital Maturity

Meet in The Woman Post the Data-Driven Maturity Index of companies with advanced prediction models and key digital transformation processes.

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Cyber Attack on Your Home: How to Protect Phones, PCs and Wi-Fi

With the rise of remote work, most people only care that their computers are set up correctly and connected via Wi-Fi

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Beyond Tesla: Other Big Companies Leading Electric Car Manufacturing

Companies such as Ford, Volkswagen, Rivian, Nissan and Einride are committed to competing in the sale of electric cars to Tesla Motors and surpassing it in the future.

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Technological Advances Are Allowing Early Diagnoses

Known as AI or artificial intelligence, this technology has many fields of application in medicine.

The Changes that Netflix Will Make to Stay Afloat

Netflix will Begin to Implement some Fundamental Changes to the Company to get More Revenue.

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China's 'Universal Apps' that Put Airbnb out of Business

These Chinese Apps are Driving Western Competition out of the Market by Offering all Kinds of Services.

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Why Muting Real-Life Friends on Social Media It's a Common Practice?

The mute feature on Instagram it's a great way to avoid annoying publications from friends and loved ones. You can mute all their posts and stories (without them knowing) instead of unfollowing them.

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The Cryptocurrency Market Imploded: The Beginning of the End?

Last week cryptocurrencies suffered one of their hardest blows. What happened?

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Beyond Meat and Other Artificial Foods What Does the Future Hold?

Beyond Meat is part of a new food line that seeks to replace food products of animal origin

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How to Detect Spy Malware on Your Cell Phone?

There are several ways to protect your phone from malware . In this article, we offer you some tips

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Airbnb and Other Companies that Already Work Completely from Home

Here are Some Top Companies that Have Fully Embraced Working from Home.

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What Are Chrome Extensions and How Can You Use Them to Improve Your Browsing?

Here's how you can use Chrome extensions for a more enjoyable online experience

Amal Hosni

Amal Hosni: "Technology Can Change the Lives of Millions of Women"

Amal Hosni married technology many years ago when she was a child when she, in front of a computer, understood that it was on that machine that she had her academic and professional destiny.

Things Every Subscription Service Does Better Than Netflix

Thinking of switching subscription services? Here are some of the things that Disney, Amazon and HBO do better than Netflix

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Girls Are More Likely To Be Victims of Cyberbullying

In the last couple of years, there has been an increase in children's time online for school and social activities, especially during this COVID period. As a consequence, cyberbullying has become a growing concern for parents.

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What About Women in Architecture and Engineering?

The presence of women in the professional field of architecture and engineering has been invisible, and, in addition, they are a minority. Some managed to experience the labor field and fortunately have achieved success.