The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society reports on the return of John Prince as the CEO of the Telecommunications Authority. “One of Dr John Prince’s priorities for TATT is a spectrum plan for 4G LTE services that can accommodate three providers.” Read the full post here.
T&T Computer Society member Ryan Shripat mapped the NP Service Stations still accepting payments by card on Google Maps. It’s estimated that that 14 NP stations stopped accepting payment by credit and debit cards on October 28, 2016.
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; http://cs.tt) will be having a lime on Wednesday September 14 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at Wendy’s Cafe located upstairs at Wendy’s Restaurant at the corner of Ana Street & Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook, Port of Spain. Come join as we eat and chat about various ICT topics! […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society has released version 1.57 with 3.5GB of Free and Open Source Software including LibreOffice 5.2.0, Mozilla Firefox and more. Many free and Open Source software apps for Windows are made available as ZIP files which require the user to manually extract the files to a directory and then use Windows Explorer to […]
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 Software for Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8) that’s available for download. The collection features a web based interface for browsing programs organised into several categories: Desktop Applications, Educational, Games, Graphics, Internet, Server, […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) notes with concern the November 6th 2014 announcement by Cable and Wireless Communications PLC (C&W) of C&W’s intent to acquire Columbus International. We feel that this acquisition will lead to very high ownership concentrations in Caribbean-wide wireline services (voice and broadband internet) and subsea fiber links. In some […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) has posted a warning about unsecured webcams and IP cameras whose transmissions are viewable on the public Internet. The output of these webcams is being collected and offered for viewing on a website, Insecam, and the TTCS warns… “Currently, the “odd site” lists 51 cameras from Trinidad and […]
BitDepth#951 for August 26 The Room 101 at UWI’s Engineering Building was surprisingly full for the discussion on Network Neutrality hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS), the Internet Society Trinidad and Tobago Chapter (ISOC-TT) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Trinidad and Tobago Section (IEEE-TT). The room number was also […]
Three organisations at the forefront of Information and Communications Technology in Trinidad and Tobago are working together to host a seminar on the issue of Network Neutrality on Wednesday 20th August 2014, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the UWI Engineering Building, ENG 101. Registration for the seminar can be found here or at the Facebook […]
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 Trinidad and Tobago’s ban on Voice over IP services. On the 5th July, 2014, Digicel (Trinidad and Tobago) announced that it will be blocking access to Voice over IP […]
The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2013 at Engineering Consultants at 112A Edward Street, Port of Spain on Saturday March 15 2014. At the AGM, the following persons were elected to the Executive Committee of the TTCS. The new members of the Executive Committee announced by the TTCS […]