The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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Press releases from technology related vendors, clients and developers.
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Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
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If you’ve ever been curious about the IPv4 status of local ISPs and services, this link will give you a heads up. This link reports the […]
According to Twitter’s mid-year Transparency Report, the company received one request for information about an account holder, the first since the company began recording such requests […]
Via a news Report aired on Sweet 100FM and Talk City 91.1FM Wednesday’s launch of cybersafett.com is the beginning of phase three of the year-long project which began in March […]
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At 10:25AM today, TSTT issued a press release claiming that it had completed all refunds to customers affected by the loss of money paid to their […]
My apologies for the disappearance of the website for five hours yesterday. It became necessary to migrate to a new server and the process was a […]
Technologist Bevil Wooding writes about the importance of Net Neutrality… In general, it is always troubling when private firms place their profit-driven interests above larger societal […]
At 9:00pm on June 08, Digicel Trinidad and Tobago announced on its Facebook page that it was restoring access to blocked VoIP services. As of this […]
The following is a press release of the joint statement from the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society, the Internet Society Trinidad and Tobago Chapter and the IEEE Trinidad and Tobago Section on Digicel’s […]
The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has released their report for the sector’s first quarter for 2014. Notable year over year changes. Gross revenue for […]
This afternoon, Digicel’s Communications Manager Penny Gomez responded for a request for clarification on the company’s recent decision to ban unlicensed VOIP services. That request was […]
In response to a list of questions from TechNews T&T seeking TSTT’s position on voice over IP services on their network, the company issued this statement… […]
In a notice on its website dated Friday, July 05, 2014, Digicel Trinidad and Tobago announced that it was banning ‘unlicensed’ voice over IP (VOIP) operators from its […]
In cooperation with the The Government of the Republic of The Trinidad and Tobago Intellectual Property Office, The National Carnival Commission of Trinidad and Tobago and […]
Richard Browne reports in the Sunday Gleaner that Digicel is blocking “unlicensed VOIP services” in Haiti and considering doing the same in Jamaica. From the story… “Unlicensed VoIP […]