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This paper reviews the accessibility of technology in Havana, Cuba as it begins to open its borders to the modern world. The technology researched includes cell phones, Wi-Fi, computers, and personal computers. As the embargo on Cuba begins to fade, tourists and new businesses are flocking to this once heavily restricted island. The focus of this paper is to explain the availability of modern technology to the citizens of Cuba. Currently, technology is very limited in Cuba because Wi-Fi is an expensive luxury for the average Cuban. Modern computers are also an expensive purchase, which forces Cubans to put together computers from pieces of outdated computers. Government restrictions, limited accessibility, and lack of funding have left Cuba behind the rest of the world in terms of technological advances.
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Montalvo, K. (2017). Empirical Study on the Accessibility of Wi-Fi, Computers and Cell Phones in Cuba. , (). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/student-works/8