BitDepth#865 - December 18

Three keen young men want to give the world a moving 360 degree view of the best that Trinidad and Tobago has to offer. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#864 - December 11

The author of one of my favorite apps passed away in June. What does this mean for his software? What happens to software when their creators go away? Click here to read more...
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New BB app from Sagicor

Sagicor introduces a new app to make roadside assistance more efficient. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#863 - December 04

A new super company is being designed for the arts. Some reasons why this will probably turn out to be a really bad idea. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#862 - November 27

The Art Society's recent exhibit of photography raises questions about how the legacy of the nation's photography is being handled. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#861 - November 20

It's TSTT versus Digicel in the war for mobile broadband marketshare? Who's winning the mindshare currently? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#860 - November 13

bMobile tells the story behind their late entry into the mobile broadband market. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#859 - November 06

Final impressions on the reception that Windows 8 has received and the demands that its new users will face in working with the new operating system. Click here to read more...
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New Windows for Microsoft

Full reporting for the Business Guardian on Microsoft's launch of Windows 8 for the Latin American region in Mexico City. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#858 - October 30

First reporting on the launch of Windows 8 in Latin America. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#857 - October 23

Is the Surface Microsoft's dream state for the way its new operating system will work in a tablet form factor. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#856 - October 16

Using Office 2013 on Windows 8 in a touchscreen environment reveals some clear thinking about how users will interact with Microsoft's productivity suite. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#855 - October 09

Experiences with getting a tablet PC ready for day to day use in a touchscreen environment. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#854 - October 02

First impressions on using Windows 8 on a tablet. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#853 - September 24

Twitter clamps down on developers and the Twitterverse is all abuzz about what that might mean for software and services delivered for the platform. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#852 - September 18

Apple wins their case against Samsung, but what does this mean for technology customers? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#851 - September 11

Seven journalists received national awards at this year's ceremonies, this is a reflection on the two I worked with at the Guardian. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#850 - September 04

BitDepth#850, a personal perspective on this country's 50th Anniversary celebrations. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#849 - August 28

Microsoft overhauls Hotmail and turns out a quite handsome consumer version of Outlook that runs in a web browser. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#848 - August 21

Trying out DirectTV's new web based system for buying Pay Per View movies. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#847 - August 14

Did we succeed at the 2012 Olympiad? I think so and this is why. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#846 - August 07

Putting the budget priced Blu Studio 5.3 smartphone to the test with mixed results. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#845 - July 31

Putting Samsung's SIII smartphone to the test. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#844 - July 24

John Barry created some of the most memorable scores for the James Bond series, but he didn't write the notes of the famous theme that link back to Trinidad and Tobago. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#843 - July 17

After a semester of coaching young journalists in new media practices, some thoughts about the experience. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#842 - July 10

Using Dropbox and other cloud based solutions to link mobile and traditional computer systems. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#841 - July 03

Microsoft introduces a new tablet concept, Surface, and the world is still waiting to find out what it's all about... Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#840 - June 26

Is the new Retina model of the MacBook Pro the ultimate temptation? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#839 - June 19

IPv6 will expand the available addresses for Internet use. This is what that's all about. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#838 - June 12

Adobe introduces Photoshop 6. Should you care? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#837 - June 05

The third installment of Men in Black is a pleasant surprise after almost ten years. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#836 - May 29

Digicel leads the local telecommunications industry with the introduction of mobile broadband. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#835 - May 22

The local film community meets to discuss the Click here to read more...
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Using Digicel's 4G

An assessment of the early deployment of Digicel's HSPA+ mobile broadband Internet network. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#834 - May 15

The Avengers is a bit hit in cinemas, but it began in a scruffy little art room on sheets of blue-lined paper, imagined by the pencils of the King of comics, Jack Kirby. Click here to read more...
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Skype ads open to the region

Microsoft introduces Skype advertising to the Caribbean and Latin American region. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#833 - May 08

A corrupted OS leads me to reexamine my backup systems after a complete reformat of my hard drive. Click here to read more...
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Contact Magazine Issue 01, 2012

In December, I accepted an invitation by Contact Magazine to write a piece looking at the future of local technology. As it turns out, it foreshadowed pretty accurately the mobile broadband Internet wars of 2012. Click here to read more...
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Flow announces Cloud solutions

Columbus Business Solutions, the business arm of Columbus Networks, the parent body of local cable entertainment and broadband provider Flow, has announced a new suite of cloud based services for businesses of all sizes. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#832 - May 01

Mobile broadband + tablet PCs and smartphones make for a very different landscape for local media. Click here to read more...
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TSTT announces HSPA+

TSTT hosts a press conference to sign the paperwork to build their new mobile broadband network based on HSPA+. Is it too little too late for the telecoms giant? Click here to read more...
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Dell goes retail

Dell, already popular with online shoppers, has decided to go retail in the region and recently launched a big retail presence in Trinidad and Tobago. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#831 - April 24

Farhana Cannon wants to help your business do better online using social media, no matter where in the world she happens to be. Click here to read more...
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Farhana Cannon

An e-mail interview with Farhana Cannon, social media coach and consultant. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#830 - April 17

Taking a photo that's found online for publication has become one of the great irritations for photographers active on the web. Here's the story of what happened when a local photographer had his work published, without his permission, on the cover of a local weekly newspaper. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#829 - April 10

Tribal Caribbean tracked mentions online for 2012's soca artistes and came up with a surprising winner. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#828 - April 03

Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.8 make more than nodding moves to acknowledge the growing presence of tablets as an alternative to traditional PC based computing. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#827 - March 27

My school principal, Courtney Nicholls, a remarkable, witty leader of young boys who would one day become men, passed away in late March. This is a remembrance of his presence in my teenage life. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#826 - March 20

Pinterest might be great for photographers or it might not, but really, it's a service that's seamstress made for the ladies. Click here to read more...
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Tribal Caribbean

Robert de Gannes is the bold, solo representative of Tribal, DDB's digital agency, in the Caribbean. This is his story. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#825 - March 13

At the launch of Caribbean Intransit's Arts Journal, I asked the question of culture's keepers, does anyone care? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#824 - March 06

How the National Carnival Commission almost succeeded in chasing the Reuters news network away from Carnival 2012. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#823 - February 28

You're the ultimate party animal and Carnival Tuesday is your playground. So why don't photographers pay any attention to you? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth#822 - February 21

How lazy photography ruined out perception of Carnival. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 821 - February 14

Enforcing copyright on the web is a headache for photographers, but today's digital photographers see it as more of an opportunity than a hassle. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 820 - February 07

Kodak invented the idea of photography for the masses and went on to dominate the industry for most of the 20th century. How did things go so terribly wrong? Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 819 - January 31

The Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago hosts a panel discussion on copyright. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 818 - January 24

Noel Norton, local photographic giant, has passed away. This is a final note on his life. Read other stories about him here. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 817 - January 17

ICANN's Sébastien Bachollet visits Trinidad and Tobago to stir interest in the new expansion of top level domains. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 816 - January 10

The response to the SOPA and PIPA bills cause a furore on the web. Here's why. Click here to read more...
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BitDepth 815 - January 03

New options for news aggregation join Pulse and Condition One's immersive journalism point to new directions for mainstream journalism online. Click here to read more...
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