It’s no secret young people live on their cell or smart phones, but for Latino youth –that rings even truer.
Forget Robocalls. The Obama campaign is spending thousands on Robo-texting to reach the Latino vote.
Wireless giant AT&T announced new data plans this week, much to the chagrin of many customers and mobile experts.
A new survey says that Hispanic spending on mobile devices over the holidays may have reached up to $5 billion.
There's a growing online audience of people of color. Latinos and African Americans are more than twice as likely to use Twitter as white non-Hispanics, according to the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project. Latinos are using social media to organize and share their voice across the world.
According to the Center for Media Justice, if the merger of T-Mobile and AT&T is approved a lot more people will give more than a second thought to their phone service, especially if they can no longer afford it.
IBISWorld, a nationally recognized independent source of industry and market research, released a report showing that the Latino demographic -- of which the undocumented comprise a sizeable portion -- are contributing to the profitability of seven specific industry sectors.