Samsung doubles down on the Note

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.

Why can’t Samsung get its camera system right?

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.

Huawei has a new Mate for you

Above: The good ship Jouvert, blue at lower left, photographed at Hart’s Cut, Chaguaramas last week at dusk with the Mate 9. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. […]

Bigger isn’t always better

Above: Huawei’s Watch device works with standard size watch bands and comes in a women’s edition dubbed the Watch Jewel. Photo courtesy Huawei.  BitDepth#1043 for March 31, […]

A new Idol from Alcatel OneTouch

Above: The Idol 3 from AlcatelOnetouch BitDepth#1030 for March 01, 2016 My first encounter with a smartphone from Alcatel, now trading as Alcatel OneTouch, was in […]

Can calypso survive in the digital age?

Above: Kurt Allen performing at the finals of the 2012 Calypso Monarch competition. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. A review of Kurt Allen’s Griotism, originally published in […]

Five notes later

Above: Samsung’s Note 5 includes a stylus and apps that support its use. Photo courtesy Samsung. BitDepth#1022 for January 05, 2016 Samsung, with the Note 5, has […]

Stanching the Flow

BitDepth#988 for May 12, 2015 . A couple of months ago, Flow kindly switched me to their new Advanced Video Services, a suite of IP based […]

Samsung drops the S6

BitDepth#986 for April 28, 2015 Like a particularly fine needle seeking its groove, Samsung introduced the new flagship models of its smartphone line at Home a […]

F1RST promotes T&T Restaurant Week

F1RST.com, a technology company that provides over 90,000 users with beyond-directory data on businesses throughout the region, is partnering with T&T Restaurant Week to inspire an […]