Since July 2011, all plugs and sockets sold in the country have had to be in compliance to the new Brazilian standard, in versions of 3 or 2 rounded pins only
When contracting payment services from card acquirers in Brazil some aspects of the national standards should be taken into consideration in order for e-commerces to plan their monthly balance.
ANATEL is the agency responsible for issuing the authorisation for using satellite communications inside Brazilian territory
Payment technologies such as 3-D secure have the potential to relieve some of the traditional challenges faced by the Brazilian e-commerce sector.
The Electronic Time Clock is widely used by Brazilian companies to manage labor attendances, reducing any irregularities and giving security to employees
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In order to avoid mobility issues in major Brazilian cities, several technologies and applications are being developed to help the population with their daily routine
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Brazil has a some of the best universities in Latin America, offering engineering and technology programmes with several specialisations
Brazil has been broadcasting digital TV signals since 2007, in an effort to bring quality and rearrange the current television system in the country
Wireless chargers have become more popular over the years, due to their practicality and versatility especially for mobile devices
Mobile phones with more than one SIM card have become popular in Brazil, since it allows the user to choose the services that best fits their needs
The RFID technology is expected to rise exponentially worldwide in the next few years, with Brazil already possessing specific regulations for this equipment
Payment reconciliation has become an integral part of the operations of e-commerces in Brazil.