Tag Archive: devices

Sep 22 2014

Roundup: for the week ending 21 September 2014

A roundup of ICT/technology news from across the Caribbean region during the period Monday 15 September to Sunday 21 September 2014. Monday, 15 September 2014 Dominican Republic to study antenna site sharing Dominican Republic – The president of the Dominican Telecommunications Institute (Indotel), Gideon Santos, has announced the creation of a commission to conduct a …

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Sep 10 2014

Are government-issued laptops being compromised at the factory or after being assigned?

A discussion on a recent report on finding spyware on a government-issued laptop assigned to a student, against concerns that the devices might already be compromised before they end up in the students’ hands. In Trinidad and Tobago last week, the Chairman of the board of directors of the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Radio League …

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Aug 22 2014

5 apps to get ready for back to school 2014

Five popular software applications to get students ready for the new academic year that starts in September 2014. The summer holidays are almost over, and the push to get students ready to return to school in September should be in full swing. Once the basics – school books, uniforms, clothes and stationery – have been …

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Aug 08 2014

3 reasons why the bottom might be falling out of the tablet market

Tablet computer sales have been declining, and are expected to continue into the foreseeable future. Though this might be a surprise to some, here are 3 reasons why the bottom might be falling out of that market. Over the past two financial quarters, global analysts have noted a marked decline in tablet computer sales worldwide. …

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Jul 04 2014

A case of mixed signals? Blocking VoIP in the Caribbean

A discussion about some Caribbean ISPs recent move to block Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) across the region. Since Sunday, 29 June, consumers across the Caribbean have been in an uproar over telecoms, especially mobile/cellular providers, blocking applications and services on their networks that use Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Generally, the term VoIP speaks …

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