The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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The study focused on different types of companies, including financial institutions, merchants, payment gateways, aggregators, and fintechs
These features are included in the Galaxy S10’s default ‘Gallery’ app, allowing users to easily add effects to their photos and removing the need to install separate app.
The challenge was to use an ICT tool to raise awareness about, or provide a solution to one of four social issues in Trinidad and Tobago.
Failure to act is largely because we do not believe that the problem is important enough to require such action. That’s the hardest thing for us as Caribbean people to accept.
“Huawei’s vision is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. 5G will be a key enabling technology for this world.” Huawei’s Ryan Ding
“…the Minister is deliberately muddying the waters to draw attention away from the very unfair, anti-competitive and illegal actions of the Government.”
Upcycling is the process of finding new and useful applications for old devices. About 45 million metric tons of electronic waste are discarded annually.
“IGT believes that providing communities with the tools for accessing knowledge and opportunities is an important element of societal advancement that is essential in this age of instant-social interaction.”
Society should be more accepting when hiring persons with autism, employees need to think about the support and considerations involved and the language and communications differences.
Kaan’s four year tenure from April 2015 to March 2019 at the helm of Turkcell saw him conceiving and driving the company’s successful transformation from telecoms provider to digital operator.
The most challenging issue Samsung addressed with the Galaxy S10 5G was developing technology to support 5G bandwidth, operating on the higher frequencies.
Industry pundits say 5G and AI are quintessential to ushering in Industry 4.0, which will fundamentally alter how people live and work.
More than 54,000 students have attended the Microsoft DigiGirlz Technology Programs (both camps and one-day events, internationally) since they began in 2000.
TSTT’s expansion in the next couple of years will see cloud computing and the Internet of Things becoming big.
“Women, who were once girls just like you, have defied odds and triumphed. I see here today, brave young ladies who will grow up to be bold women who will make a positive difference in the world.”