After years of being in the shadow of a Mexican millionaire, Bill Gates is back to being the world's richest man again.
Apple has reportedly failed in an attempt to prevent a Mexican company from trading under its own name - despite the fact that iFone filed for a trademark four years before the iPhone was trademarked.
Dozens of engineers who have gone missing in Mexico over the last few years have, it's claimed, been pressed into service by drugs cartels to build communications networks.
Researchers have discovered what is believed to be the 1,300-year-old remains of a Mayan prince.
An Israeli official says the state considers a recent mass credit card hack to be a serious "breach of sovereignty" comparable to a terrorist attack.
Law enforcement officials are investigating reports that Iranian and Venezuelan diplomats in Mexico were involved in planning cyber-attacks against the United States.
Cyber activists associated with Anonymous have published a list of demands aimed at the Mexican government and local bus companies.
A teacher and a radio presenter in Mexico are facing up to 30 years in jail for spreading false rumors on Twitter that gunmen were kidnapping children from local schools.
A student has designed a new way to tend to farm land - one that doesn't involve cheap, immigrant labor.
Rival drug cartels in Mexico are designing and building their own heavily armored vehicles.
Rednecks may have to choose between their love of SUVs and their hatred of Mexicans, if predictions from Princeton University linking climate change and immigration turn out to be true.
It seems grossly unfair, when there are so many worthy humans yet to get an iPad (sniffs sadly), but the latest recipient is - wait for it - a dolphin.
Thirty million Mexicans could find their cellphones dead this weekend, thanks to a new law that forces phone owners to register their identities.