The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Shiva Bissessar weighs in on the legislative aspects of the cybercrime elements in the recent “revenge porn” case. But where is the Trinidad & Tobago, and the […]
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 […]
Shiva Bissessar reports on a discussion about The Intersection Of Ethics, Law & Technology In Trinidad & Tobago in July on his blog. “[One lecturer] suggested that the […]
The University of the West Indies has announced registration for professional computing skills short courses in the following disciplines… SQL Fundamentals Java Programming for Android Website […]
In a major business reorganisation, Microsoft announced yesterday that among other changes, Stephen Elop, head of its devices division, would be retiring from the company. In […]
In a report carried on the website Dominica Vibes, Brian Ditto, an official of the Organisation of American States (OAS) gave high marks to the island’s […]
The Jamaica Observer reports on steep price increases for Flow’s a-la-carte Cable Your Way service. The report, by business reporter Karena Bennet notes that… “CYW, which […]
The Telecommunications Authority of T&T has issued a new consultation document, the Draft Telecommunications (Consumer) (Quality of Service) Regulations, 2015. The authority is inviting comment on the draft […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society announced the release of the TTCS OSSWIN DVD v1.5, a collection of the latest version of Free and Open Source […]