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.
Reporting on technology matters.
Stories that include video clips
Conversations of interest
Above: Standard Four Student Jared Barron demonstrates the ARROW Learning programme while some of his classmates and Ashley Broadbelt – Coordinator of ARROW Foundation and Anjanie Ramesar–Soom, […]
Above: John Devaux, left, and Cindy-Ann Gatt, right, with representatives of the ten schools who have joined the Flow-Pennacool ICT programme. All photos by Mark Lyndersay. […]
Above: Ricardo Allen, CEO, One to One demonstrates Flow Study Portal to students in Anguilla. Photo courtesy Flow. Students in the Hurricane affected Flow markets of Anguilla, […]
Above: Students of the UWI Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering begin mapping their environmental awareness solution at the inaugural Girls in ICT Day Hackathon. Photo […]
Above: Jeetandra Khadan’s IADB report: Are Oil and Gas smothering the Private Sector in Trinidad and Tobago? BitDepth#1078 for January 31, 2017 The conversation in economic […]
Samsung Electronics Latin America and the Glasswing International Foundation have been awarded winners of the 2016 Best Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility in Latin America, in […]
As part of its ongoing commitment to empower students, Microsoft is releasing Minecraft: Education Edition in an early access edition for educators around the world. The […]
Ericsson has published its 23rd annual Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Report, which details the company’s performance in 2015 in three areas: responsible business; energy, environment and […]
Above: Attendees at the Core Foundation’s Safety and Security in Schools Conference, held at the Hyatt Regency Port of Spain. Photo courtesy TSTT. Increased incidents of bullying, […]
Above: Araceli Marchan (3rd from left back row with T&T flag) represents Trinidad and Tobago at the Microsoft Global Educator Exchange in Hungary. Marchan was one of two […]
Above: Myron Walwyn, Education Minister, British Virgin Islands BVI News reports that British Virgin Islands Education Minister Myron Walwyn will roll out a programme wiring all schools […]
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 […]
BitDepth#953 for September 09 Last week, the Ministry of Education scampered to respond to a claim by parent Julien Dedier that his daughter’s Government-issued laptop had […]
Microsoft recently announced a long-term partnership with Eshe’s Learning Centre, an institution established in Woodbrook over 30 years ago to provide differently-abled children with a first-rate […]
From the press release… UTT’s students enrolled in the Certificate in Music Technology programme and Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Performing Arts programmes at the […]