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By Russell Williams Podcasts are small audio/video files, usually saved as an MP3/4 file format that can be played with a media player either on a computer with a program such as Winamp, VLC Media Player, RealPlayer or Windows Media Player. They can also be played on a dedicated MP3 […]

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Basseterre, St. Kitts, (SKNIS): St. Kitts and Nevis has one of the highest broadband penetration rates in the Caribbean and the local Government continues to design projects to position the youth population to capitalize on the expansion of technology.

LOCAL YOUTH TO EXPLORE MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT


This is the continuation of the article by Bevil Wooding from yesterday By Bevil Wooding Part 2 Local Content & Applications Encouraging, branding, packaging and ultimately, utilizing locally developed content, applications and services is fundamental to the development of the local internet economy. Countries can debate the merits of nationally […]

Building the Domestic Internet Economy



By Bevil Wooding Understanding the Global Internet Through a Local Lens The beauty of the Internet is the unprecedented efficiency with which it serves the diverse information appetites of so many across the world. However, even though any individual can now potentially reach a global audience, the internet landscape remains […]

Building the Domestic Internet Economy


ST JOHNS, ANTIGUA. Want to find out what’s happening in Antigua and Barbuda? Well now there’s an app for that. Participants at the first ever Mobile App development Training workshop in Antigua and Barbuda built an app called In Antigua from scratch as the final exercise in an intensive two-day […]

Mobile Apps Revolution Hits Antigua


By Russell Williams On the 15th August Google snapped up Motorola Mobility, and days later Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced its plans to sell off its tablet and mobile unit. So what’s going and who’s right?

Google Buys into Mobile, while HP Exits. What can ...



On Wednesday 24th August, the world learned that Steve Jobs had stepped down as Chief Executive Officer at Apple due to ill health. Personally, I haven’t used an Apple product in any seriousness, since the Apple IIe, back in the mid 1980’s. The established trend of releasing an “enhanced” product […]

Steve Jobs Steps Down at Apple – Lessons for the ...






By Orita Bailey On Wednesday morning the Principal of Beach Allen Primary School, Basseterre was able to take charge of a fully functioning computer lab. Local business The IT Facility donated a PC, some 40 man hours and their expertise to increase the number of seats from 5 to 17, […]

Local IT Company Gives New Lease of Life to School’s ...


By Russell Williams The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) has invested heavily in equipping seven of their primary schools with Thin-Client Technology in an effort to deliver better return on their investment in technology in the classroom. Our technology specialist Russell Williams spoke with Quincy Prentice – IT Manager at the […]

Nevis Island Administration Invests in Thin-Client Technology