The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
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Over the Carnival season, Digicel will be giving away fete tickets, free handsets, Carnival costumes and weekly prizes.
Innovation week is open to the public and will provide a platform for over 20 entrepreneurs, startup companies and organizations to showcase their ideas, services and products.
Dominica will initially benefit from access to 24×7 digital eGovernment services, Connected Health, Smart Learning and advanced Safe City solutions
The capability of leveraging AI to reshape business models, make decisions, and improve customer experiences will become a key driving force.
In July, Samsung Research placed first in two of the world’s prestigious AI reading competitions.
Jean Yves Charlier has been appointed Executive Vice Chairman of Digicel Group, reflecting his more active involvement in Digicel since joining the Board last August. In […]
Above: Samsung’s QLED CjG5. Photos courtesy Samsung. Click on any image to enlarge. If your agenda have not yet allowed you to find the perfect gift […]
Above: Gracia Whyte, Trade Marketing – Trinidad & Tobago Samsung Electronics LatAM, right, celebrates the opening of the Samsung Experience Store kiosk with Jarod Best-Mitchell, IM Sales, […]
The Caribbean start-up technology team that wins bmobile’s first ever Code Challenge will be rewarded with technological support, expert business advice and funding to transform their […]
Above: (L-R) Rocio Bolivar-Medina, Country Representative, Trinidad and Tobago, Inter-American Development Bank,Penny Gomez, CEO, Digicel Foundation and Desha Clifford, Chairperson, Digicel Foundation at the signing of […]
Above: TSTT CEO Ronald Walcott. Photo courtesy TSTT. TSTT completed its staff rationalization exercise on Wednesday 12 December 2018 with fifty-one (51) non–unionized employees being served […]
Above: External antenna installations extend the range of WTTx coverage for remote communities. Photo courtesy TSTT. Last October’s historic floods will be remembered for the trauma […]
Above: Dr Wayne Frederick, President of Howard University. Photo courtesy TSTT. Positioning technology to play a larger role in the country’s economic diversification will be one […]
Above: Team ‘Bits Please’ pose with their prize flanked by Sponsor representatives: Barton Clark- Executive Director-CARDI; Learie Roberts- Marketing Manager- Massy Technologies InfoCom; Kevin Khelawan COO- […]
Above: Dr Ronald Walcott delivers the keynote address at the 12th Annual Tobago Economic Business Outlook Conference. Photo courtesy TSTT. “An outdated TSTT cannot take Trinidad and […]