The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
Commentary about current technology events, trends or developments.
Press releases from technology related vendors, clients and developers.
Old reporting that’s relevant again
Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
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Conversations of interest
Once a deafblind person has learned Morse Code, the app can translate taps on the screen into words and interpret responses as vibrations on the screen.
Is TATT still pursuing these projects either outside of the scope defined in the Regulations or in breach of the statutory procedures demanded of them?
The list of issues is impressively long for Photoshop and many of the problems that are cropping up with Photoshop’s plug-ins are also going to break other apps.
At the Cabinet level of governance consideration, technology is still viewed as a support tool, not an enabling one.
Customers can call for free at any time to request technical assistance, advice on how to use their products and to report any problem with their unit.
Republic Bank has bought a 19.99 percent stake in Nobis BaaS
The future of journalism doesn’t only belong to monolithic media houses, there is a role for journalists as trusted sources of information.
DxOMark, the photographic ranking system which evaluates the image quality of camera systems, has announced that the HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro’s integrated quad-camera system, ranks number one in overall DxOMark camera score.
Huawei T&T’s CEO, Jeff Jin, believes the new lab will open up brand new possibilities for T&T’s engineering and IT students to create, design and problem solve.
“Since 1997,Guardian Media has learned how to deal with a newsroom and how to not deal with a newsroom.” – Nicholas Sabga
When in doubt, take the longer route to access your personal information online, complete with verifications.
If you’re upgrading from either the Note9 or Note9, expect a few days of misdirected muscle memory as you reach for the power button in the wrong place.
Add in the standard 27mm lens and you should have quite the arsenal of glass built into a device you can slip into a pocket. Except that you don’t.
Scanning and correcting negatives and transparencies is hard work, often requiring hours of step by step correction to restore.
Huawei categorically rejects Mr. Oliveira’s claims of patent infringement, and has provided detailed documents in support of its stance.