TSTT to offer Mate 8 exclusively

Photographs from the launch event by Mark Lyndersay TSTT’s bMobile division announced that it will offer the Mate 8 exclusively in Trinidad and Tobago at the launch […]

Tesla in T&T

Hassan Voyeau reports on his TechTT website on the arrival of the first Tesla motor vehicle in T&T. Boom. I see a post that the first […]

Liberty announces C&W acquisition

Liberty Global announced this morning that it had completed its acquisition of Cable and Wireless for US$7.5 billion. No brand changes are being considered immediately, so […]

Your speedometer might be lying

According to the website TyreSize Calculator… If you install tyres on your vehicle, with a diameter larger than your original equipment tyres have, the wheel with […]

TATT: Number portability delayed to July

The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) wishes to advise consumers that mobile to mobile number portability (MNP) was not commercially launched on March 31st, […]

UK Guardian reports on T&T tech

Reporter Joshua Surtees, who has worked with the T&T Guardian, reports on local technology use for the UK Guardian. Facebook is an even bigger social phenomenon […]

TATT number portability signing today

According to an advertisement placed in local newspapers, the Telecommunications Authority of T&T will oversee the signing of contracts between telecommunications providers operating in this country […]

Magic Jack seller fined $5,000

Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday reports on a court case that resulted in a fine for Abchan Enterprises of Salazar Trace in Point Fortin after the company […]

Brereton on new book tax

Author and historian Professor Bridget Brereton wrote this open letter to the Government regarding the decision to reintroduce VAT on books… I want to support the […]

Hyatt notes CC breach, TT users at risk

On January 14, 2016, Hyatt Hotels issued a press release acknowledging that credit card information may have been accessed or been vulnerable  to access by unauthorized […]

TTCO’s first copyright shot misfires

It’s Carnival again and the Trinidad and Tobago Copyright Organisation (TTCO) is back on the beat making bold claims about copyright and collection. But does the […]

Government to tax books, computers

Above: Minister of Finance Colm Imbert, architect of the new tax schedule. Photo courtesy the Ministry of Finance. The Government of Trinidad and Tobago has released […]

Flow to increase broadband rates in Jamaica

Flow will increase its rates for broadband packages in Jamaica in February. Customers with Internet packages Rock/Essential, Mega Thunder and Ignite will pay $3,599 as of […]