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.

Huawei responds to Google ban

“…services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.” – The Android Team

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are still operating with the same presumptions that prevailed when they produced a product composed of atoms, the outdated notion they are competing with each other.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