Why no Waze?

BitDepth#971 for January 13, 2015 The week before Christmas, I was on my way to St Joseph to visit a friend and realised that my last visit, […]

New Year’s Resolutions

BitDepth#970 for January 05, 2014 Like everyone, I’ve got my bad habits and blind spots, some large enough to drive a petrol truck through, and this […]

Coming to grips with the Note 4

BitDepth#969 originally published on December 30 It’s a question I get asked often. The Samsung S5 or the Note 4? The answer has tended to be […]

A tablet for a child, redux

BitDepth#968 originally published on December 23, 2014 One year ago, an exploration into how to make use of a tablet for a preschool child suggested that the […]

Regulators consider Columbus buyout

BitDepth#967 for December 16, 2014 Over the course of two days, specifically last Wednesday and Thursday, regional telecommunications regulators met at the Cascadia Hotel to consider […]

Managing large image datasets

BitDepth#966 originally published on December 09, 2014 Nobody like to talk about backup much, I’ve found, and quite recently, I discovered that nobody likes to listen […]

Creating our own narratives

BitDepth#965, originally published on December 02, 2014 Whenever I attend a PhotoPlus Expo, I nose around a bit trying to find out what the show’s organisers […]

On Microsoft’s M4 Roadshow

BitDepth#964, originally published on November 24 On Thursday (November 18), Microsoft T&T hosted a major local conference at the Hyatt Regency, with a strong slate of […]

A sensor story

BitDepth#963 for November 18 Professor Eric R Fossum is probably the most important man in the world of modern photography, but he almost walked right past […]

CWC rising

BitDepth#962 for November 11, 2014 On Thursday, Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) announced that it would be buying Columbus International, the quadplay, broadband backhaul upstart that […]

A day without the news

BitDepth#961 for November 04 Increased danger in field reporting has grown troubling enough that it’s not only captured the attention of the United Nations, it led […]

On the count of four

BitDepth#960 for October 28 A week ago, Samsung introduced their four flagship smart devices for the local market to a small group of influencers and journalists […]

Digicel goes hardline

BitDepth#959 for October 21 The spotlight for the evening at La Cantina last week was supposed to fall on Digicel’s new offering, Fibre to Business, a […]

The photographer’s selfie

BitDepth#958 for October 14 A few weeks ago, I posted my first selfie on Facebook (http://ow.ly/CDjjv) and it occasioned a small bit of fuss among the […]

Windows 10, anyone?

BitDepth#957 for October 07, 2014 On the very last day of September, Microsoft introduced the newest version of its flagship operating system, Windows 10. What’s that […]