Google's executive chairman leads group of open Internet advocates to Havana, an independent Cuban news site reports.
The island nation opens more than 100 public Internet centers across the country, but the cost for one hour online is equal to 25 percent of the average worker's monthly salary.
Cuba's state-controlled media and bloggers are upset Call of Duty: Black Ops begins with an attempt to assassinate Fidel Castro.
The White House announces a shift in policy toward Cuba to allow for greater telecommunications links to the communist country.
Russia and Cuba want to get rid of pesky Yankee software in favor of open-source software.
Cuba is teaming up with Venezuela to lay fiber-optic cable to bring high-speed Internet access to the island nation, according to documents recently made public.
President Bush says he is changing U.S. policy to allow people living in the U.S. to send cell phones to family and friends, now that the ban on these devices has been lifted.
President Raul Castro has lifted the government ban on ordinary citizens owning cell phones.
Travel Web site pays first online-related fine for violating embargo with Cuba.
Cuba is keen to evade open-source power by going to open source. Please join me in wishing Cuba a fond farewell. :-)