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 […]

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 […]

The Amazon Echo

Above: A cutaway image of the Echo from Amazon.com. Trinidadian blogger and currently US resident, Taran Rampersad of KnowProse writes about his first experiences with the Amazon […]

WIPO rules for digicelsucks.com

The World Intellectual Property Organisation has refused a muti-point effort to take down the digicelsucks.com domain name. “The Panel considers there is considerable force in the […]

M4: Garrett Quinn on Digicel

Above: Digicel’s Garret Quinn speaks at Microsoft’s 2015 M4 tech conference. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Taking the stage in the face of palpable afternoon lethargy, Garrett […]

M4: Ineke Geesnik on Windows 10

Ineke Geesnik speaks at Microsoft’s 2015 M4 tech conference. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Microsoft’s Windows 10 represents the convergence of the OS platform for the company, […]

BVI to wire schools for free Internet

Above: Myron Walwyn, Education Minister, British Virgin Islands BVI News reports that British Virgin Islands Education Minister Myron Walwyn will roll out a programme wiring all schools […]