As lethal protests wrack the country, the government becomes more heavy-handed with censorship.
After sending out dozens of asylum requests to countries around the world, it's looking like NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may be able to take up residence in Latin America.
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.
Colombia and Venezuela are first on the list for handsets running Mozilla's operating system as its expansion takes it beyond Europe for the first time.
Mozilla CEO says that the Firefox Mobile OS will be available this summer in Venezuela, Poland, Brazil, Portugal, and Spain.
The new version, which doesn't require people to have a Facebook account and email address to sign up, will first be rolled out to Android users in India, Indonesia, Australia, Venezuela, and South Africa, with other countries following shortly after.
For the second edition of this week's blog tribute to women, cars and racing, we take a look at IndyCar phenom Milka Duno's first televised race in Venezuela.
In a not-so-subtle attempt to steal some of Spotify's thunder, the music-streaming service announces it has expanded to 20 new territories.
The companies expand their partnership to 29 new nations, including much of Western Europe and South America, so you can immediately switch to Rdio to hear songs you tag in Shazam.
In a letter to the people of Brazil, Edward Snowden offers to help uncover NSA surveillance on Brazilian citizens in exchange for permanent asylum.