At sea with USB-C

The new USB-C plug solves the most infuriating question that’s haunted USB since its introduction – which side is the right-side up.

The diversification that wasn’t

A reimagining of the TT economy with a projection to 2030 will have a role for the petroleum sector, but it’s one that should be increasingly relegated to providing cheap energy for diversification initiatives.

BBM goes bye-bye

Facebook’s aggressive development of the WhatsApp platform essentially supplanted the role of BBM for a new generation of mobile phone users.

Will Apple News save publishers?

Digital publishers are still operating with the same presumptions that prevailed when they produced a product composed of atoms, the outdated notion they are competing with each other.

Samsung brings its A game

The premium smartphones, the A80, A70 and A50, include the depth camera that gives the S10 series its computational depth of field chops.

SEAsickness

School ended for me with sixth form. I was tired of the whole experience and was keen to do and to learn, not study to an increasingly irrelevant curriculum.

Is the S10 for you?

The new Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor moves fingerprint recognition from the back of the device, where it would inevitably lead to skin oils smearing on the face of the camera (with video).

The Data Protection dilemma

“People think that cybersecurity is an IT problem, but it’s an organisational risk management issue. It’s at the intersection of privacy and security that we find the protection of personal information.”

Samsung launches S10 line in San Fernando

Samsung celebrated a successful ten years since it first introduced the S series smartphones in Trinidad and Tobago.
“Our smartphones are now essential tools in our daily lives,” said Gracia Whyte.

Another Instagram encounter

Instagram readily rewards pulchritude. Sumptious meals, glorious landscapes, well-sculpted bodies and exotic locales do very well on the service.

S10 gets A+ for display technology

Featuring a peak luminance of 1215 nits, the Galaxy S10’s display is approximately 6.9 per cent brighter than that of its predecessor, and produces crisp, vibrant visuals when users need them.

The IP Controller speaks

“There is a need for more oversight and guidance and to bring [local] CMOs into line with international practices.” – Regan Asgarali