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Smartphone app helps locate, review gas stations in Costa Rica

A study released this week by the Public Services Regulatory Authority found that 57 of Costa Rica’s 348 gas stations last year failed to fully comply with technical regulations for selling fuel. That means that more than 16 percent of gas stations failed at least one of the national regulations on quality and quantity.

Smartphone taxi service hits Costa Rica

Car service mobile apps like Uber have become one of the biggest trends in tech and transportation, and now Costa Rica has its own version: Easy Taxi. While Uber sought to disrupt traditional taxi service by contracting independent drivers with their own cars, Easy Taxi isn’t looking to disrupt the traditional car service so much as improve on it.

Why Waze is so incredibly popular in Costa Rica

"It's a nightmare." That's how Eduardo Carvajal describes the Costa Rican way to give an address.

Waze partners with San José to improve city traffic

On Wednesday evening, the real-time traffic and maps mobile app Waze announced in New York it would partner with eight cities around the world, including San José, as part of its Connected Citizens Program.

Apple releases Apple Watch, new supersized iPhones with payment system

For $349, it will be able to unlock doors at Starwood hotels next year.

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