BitDepth 660 - December 30

Microsoft introduces server level virtualisation tools. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 659 - December 23

Daniel Craig and Keanu Reeves star in expensive films with slim stories... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 658 - December 16

The 2008 Gift Guide emphasises storage... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 657 - December 09

Should you finally consider buying a high definition television? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 656 - December 02

Google's Chrome tries to bring multi-tasking to the browser. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 655 - November 25

The 2008 ICT Symposium offers much needed dialogue about IT strategic policy. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 654 - November 18

The first five years of Fast Forward are an era of Internet development that the Government doesn't want to talk about. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 653 - November 11

Flow introduces a new special on computers and broadband at a curious press conference. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 652 - November 04

Alejandro Chaskielberg and three other photographers get the nod for the National Geographic All Roads Project Awards for 2008. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 651 - October 28

Stock photography evolves in the digital age and the big winners are local shooters who live in paradise. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 650 - October 21

Apple introduces new "unibody" Macbooks. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 649 - October 14

Facebook's changes say more about the character of the company than it might like. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 648 - October 07

Gerd Leonhard spends his time thinking about how media will play out in the future. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 647 - September 30

Jill Greenberg’s political differences with Republican candidate muddied some professional waters for photographers. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 646 - September 23

The iPhone versus the Blackberry. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 645 - September 16

Putting the iPhone to work and messing around with Apps from the store. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 644 - September 09

Ode to the iPhone. Getting to know you, getting to know all about you... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 643 - September 02

Ten years ago, Apple was a very different company and the iMac was its unlikely saviour. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 642 - August 26

Complaining is sometimes necessary, but it can be done artfully and usually, beneficially. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 641 - August 19

Microsoft presents an update to the IDC’s 2006 state of IT report. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 640 - August 12

Backup should be easier, given the pain you’ll have to go through without a good, reliable copy of your data if your hard drive fails. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 639 - August 04

Adrian Foncette’s recovery from the kind of limb injury that normally ends in amputation speaks to the potential of science to change lives. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 638 - July 29

The Universality Fund may pave the way for improved telecommunications infrastructure in remote areas of Trinidad and Tobago, but its implementation must be transparent. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 637 - July 22

The Digital Divide in Trinidad and Tobago breaks out pretty much as you might expect it to, but there are some surprises. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 636 - July 15

Hancock re-imagines the anti-hero at its extremes. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 635 - July 08

Sometimes upgrades go bad and it’s time to get back to where you once belonged. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 634 - July 01

Firefox 3 adds powerful features to Mozilla’s flagship browser. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 633 - June 23

Amazon’s Kindle takes the e-book reader to a new level of sophistication. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 632 - June 17

Phillip Emeagwali delivered the inaugaral lecture at the Kwame Ture Lecture Series this year. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 631 - June 10

There’s still some life yet in the Trini “double.” Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 630 - June 03

Flash has added a lot of excitement to web pages, but it's also created some hurdles as well. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 629 - May 27

Microsoft wants to sell more Vista and end XP's reign. That's proved to be a challenge. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 628 - May 20

Scanning film can be a chore, but with the right scanner and settings, you can move photographs from one medium to another. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 627 - May 13

Problems with my broadband connection revealed deeper issues with Flow's support. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 626 - May 06

Derren Joseph is developing a mix of virtual and human interfacing to address Trinidad and Tobago's still developing Internet accessibility and credit phobia. He's going to sell airline tickets over the phone. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 625 - April 28

Warp and Netscape are gone, here are some final words. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 624 - April 22

The five year mission of Spock, Kirk and McCoy ended in the 1960's. Or did it? Fans of the series believe otherwise and have been winning attention for their unpaid work in keeping the spirit of Star Trek, TOS alive. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 623 - April 15

Software for browsing images is steadily improving. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 622 - April 08

Photoshop, not chicks for free. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 621 - April 01

Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor is aggressively pushing alternate distribution methods for online music. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 620 - March 25

Writing on the web can now mean writing on the web. Online options for word processing are improving. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 619 - March 18

Microsoft has built virtualisation into Windows Server 2008. I try to figure out why that's important. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 618 - March 11

Microsoft launches Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 in a Caribbean "Wave." Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 617 - March 04

Recording shows off your television can be done with company supplied boxes or home-brewed solutions. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 616 - February 26

Microsoft's new Unified Communications technology platform makes it possible for you to get in touch with your people, anywhere. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 615 - February 19

In the rush to push broadband sales, service seems to have taken a real hit. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 614 - February 12

Carnival thrives in spite of the worst efforts of those charged with its commissioning. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 613 - February 05

The annual masquerade has shifted steadily from portrayal of characters to wearing costumes. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 612 - January 29

Calypsonian Crazy takes his first steps in online sales. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 611 - January 22

I've spent months fraternising on social networking websites. Here's what I've picked up. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 610 - January 15

Once a model of enterprise and entrepreneurship, why has Carnival become a pageant of dependency? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 609 - January 08

TrinidadTunes.com hopes to bridge a crucial gap in local music distribution. Click here to read more...
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