A whole new (digital) world

Disney has wanted to do this for at least two decades, but the technology simply wasn’t there to translate the fanciful worlds conjured by pen strokes and primary colour.

A Kickstarter in the behind

The device is in that strange limbo between great idea and outdated implementation that can destroy products that take too long to get off the drawing board

One nation under Zuckerberg

Above: Mark Zuckerberg speaking at F8, 2019. Photo courtesy Facebook. BitDepth#1203 for June 27, 2019 The recent announcement of a cryptocurrency architecture built by Facebook with […]

Huawei continues planting seeds

“There needs to be more collaboration between the private sector, the public sector and universities to offer more opportunities like this in the ICT sector.” – Valene Rampersad.

US gives Huawei the cold war shoulder

Huawei has set sales revenue this year at $125 billion and expects some of that revenue to come from the billions that it has invested in developing 5G infrastructure.

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.

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are still operating with the same presumptions that prevailed when they produced a product composed of atoms, the outdated notion they are competing with each other.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