BitDepth 608 - December 25

Accurately measuring your actual broadband capacity is key to maximising your new high speed Internet connection. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 607 - December 18

TSTT's VP for Broadband talks about the company's plans for its new high speed Internet service. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 606 - December 11

SAP's in town looking for smaller businesses interested in taking tough business medicine. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 605 - December 03

Tribe uses technology to manage its members and keep them well cared for during Carnival. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 604 - November 27

bpTT uses technology to bring group intelligence to bear on the business of running its offshore platforms. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 603 - November 20

McGhee Productivity Solutions wants to help you use Outlook to improve your productivity. But some of this sounds really familiar. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 602 - November 13

Yeah, you can talk about a new OS, but installing it, that's a different story. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 601 - November 06

Apple unleashed Leopard at a manufactured event on November 26. Your columnist was halfway down the line for the new OS. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 600 - October 30

David Pogue considers just how many megapixels you really need in a digital camera. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 599 - October 23

PhotoPlus 2007 placed an emphasis on education, with exhibitors clearing valuable display space for mini-lecture halls and the crowds came to learn. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 598 - October 16

A BitDepth two-fer, a report from the third Orthopaedic Surgeon's Lime and my first impressions of a Digicel BlackBerry. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 597 - October 09

Trying out Amazon's new MP3 music store was frustrating fun. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 596 - October 02

Nikon introduces its first digital full-frame camera. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 595 - September 25

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society hosted its third Software Freedom Day recently. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 594 - September 18

Apple's iWork and iLife suites are some of the best reasons for using their hardware. New updates improve their utility. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 593 - September 11

TTConnect gets launched again, well, mostly... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 592 - September 04

After months, or a couple of weeks, depending on how you count it, I finally put Digicel's GSM data network to the test and find a viable alternative for roadwarriors seeking a way to remain connected on the road... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 591 - August 28

Every now and then I get to play with the shiny toys. Some thoughts on Sony's new line of mobile phones and HP's refreshed line of laptops. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 590 - August 21

Transformers turns a television show and line of toys into a profitable movie. Why doesn't it turn me on? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 589 - August 14

After three weeks of testing, I offer the sum of all my sitting, an experience with DirecTV... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 588 - August 07

Dr Alejandro Badia is a specialist hand surgeon who wants to share his skills with local doctors... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 587 - July 31

Planning on creating a 2000 gigapixel image? There's now a format for you. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 586 - July 24

One hundred days after first deciding to work with Lightroom as my primary RAW file manager, a report on how that went... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 585 - July 17

Flow lands their own broadband connection at Macueripe... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 584 - July 10

Microsoft calls a meeting to talk about their Genuine Advantage programme and the pitfalls of piracy... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 583 - July 03

How I use Windows on a Macintosh... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 582 - June 26

It's been possible to run Windows on a Macintosh for more than a decade but the new Intel Macs make it an equal opportunity OS... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 581 - June 19

Writing an e-mail has become the most commonplace form of communication. So why do so many people do it so badly? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 580 - June 12

Wrestling with your e-mail in-box? Join an unhappy club... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 579 - June 05

Do digital cameras make better photographers out of novice photographers? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 578 - May 29

After years of collecting spam, my oldest e-mail address is retired... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 577 - May 22

Citizen media is changing the way we see reporting and think about reality... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 576 - May 15

My adventures trying to carry a laptop and professional digital camera in the same bag proved torturous... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 575 - May 08

I continue to try to get my work in order using David Allen's Getting Things Done method... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 574 - May 01

Raunchy hip hop star Akon picks the wrong girl to dry hump at Club Zen... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 573 - April 24

Martin Fischer of Stanford U talks to local construction industry professionals about the virtual world of building models... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 572 - April 17

Adobe's new product, Photoshop Lightroom works hard to be a one-stop shop for photographers... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 571 - April 10

After years of good service, TSTT drops the ball spectacularly on my DSL service Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 570 - April 03

Changes in tariff numbers lead to an inadvertent re-introduction of value added tax on computer peripherals... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 569 - March 27

The late George John, career journalist... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 568 - March 20

Microsoft launches its Dynamics software for Windows in San Diego... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 567 - March 13

Photo managers can be had for free, but sometimes you get exactly what you pay for... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 566 - March 03

For the first time, I don't buy the biggest, most powerful laptop I can find... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 565 - February 27

New thinking about the ways that developed nations can use technology to help countries have fallen behind include the (Project) Red initiative and the OLPC... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 564 - February 20

Carnival is changing, but it isn't evolving, the influence of Government subsidy and commercial interests are channeling the energy of the festival into distinct avenues... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 563 - February 13

Catalogues, browsers and databases are all different, but often complementary tools for managing a large digital photo collection... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 562 - February 06

Digital photography enables a lot of picture-taking. Here's how I manage those files... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 561 - January 30

Windows Vista is released to the world. What can computer users expect? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 560 - January 23

Apple's long rumoured iPhone creates excitement and controversy after it is introduced... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 559 - January 16

Bringing my website back to the Internet took years and several dead-ends. RealMac's software presented a compelling solution... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 558 - January 09

Tech toys, even as gifts, often need aftercare... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 557 - January 02

For decades, Superman fans hoped that Richard Donner's version of the second films would see the light of day... Click here to read more...
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