Caribbean Technology News

  • Sequel Bits: ‘Kung Fu Hustle’, ‘Ghostbusters 3’, ‘Black Mirror’, ‘Ratatouille’, ‘Halloween’, ‘Avatar’, ‘Alita’, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ 16 Feb 2019 17:25 /FILM In this edition of Sequel Bits: Kung Fu Hustle 2 is currently being developed. Some updates on the mysterious Ghostbusters 3. There’s still a chance we’ll see a “U.S.S. Callister” follow-up, but it won’t be in Black Mirror season 5. Brad Bird and Patton …
  • Pioneer Preparatory students receive BBC Micro:bits 16 Feb 2019 17:18 Dominica News Online Nesty (centre) with Pioneer Prep principal and students The Pioneer Preparatory Primary students have been equipped with BBC Micro:bits through a kind donation from the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC). With funding from the …
  • Caribbean countries to benefit from new global fund 16 Feb 2019 01:59 St. Lucia News Online  Share This On: ACP Secretary General Dr. P.I, Gomes (left) at the launch of the ABC Fund (ACP Photo) ROME, Feb 15, CMC – The Secretary General of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group, Dr. Patrick I. Gomes, says the newly launched Agri-Business …
  • CDB says Grenada among 3 fastest growing regional economies 12 Feb 2019 21:39 Now Grenada by Linda Straker Grenada’s region-leading performance of 5.2% continued a 5-year positive trend Fastest-growing regional economies of 2018 include Grenada Grenada, according to Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is one of 3 borrowing members that fell in the …
  • Junior Achievement Dominica receives $72,000 pledge from government 12 Feb 2019 02:26 Dominica News Online PS in Agriculture Reginald Thomas (2nd from left) makes the presentation Junior Achievement (JA) Dominica has benefited from a EC$72,000 commitment from the government of Dominica which will go towards its garden based Grow Project. Agriculture Minister, …
  • New plans for marina at Fort Bay Harbor - Saba News 08 Feb 2019 18:18 Amsterdam News US-based company Applied Technology and Management (ATM) has been asked to draft a plan that will enhance the amenities and facilities at the new Fort Bay Harbor. A team of ATM visited Saba on Tuesday, February 5th to look at the harbor and to meet with …
  • Call to help at-risk youth in the Caribbean 07 Feb 2019 00:46 St. Lucia News Online  Share This On: Small Business Minister, Dwight Sutherland (left) in conversation with Coordinator, Centre for Professional Development and Lifelong Learning, Dr. Dion Greenidge (centre) and Senior Director, Caribbean Regional Programme, Benoît-Pierre …
  • Business Column: Six Reasons Why You Should Start Your Own Business Today 04 Feb 2019 20:39 Anguillian   Six Reasons Why You Should Start Your Own Business Today Starting a small business is a huge step and commitment for anyone to take, as it may require leaving the comfort and security of a regular job for a more uncertain financial future. Small business …
  • Trinidad: PM wants technology to play greater role in energy sector; offers help to Caribbean countries 04 Feb 2019 19:56 St. Lucia News Online  Share This On: PM Rowley PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 4, CMC –The Trinidad and Tobago government Monday said it is prepared to assist its fellow Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries develop their hydrocarbon sector as it placed much emphasis on the …
  • BUSINESS BYTE: David Cox of Cable & Wireless Communications elected new chairman of CANTO 01 Feb 2019 22:33 Dominica News Online David Cox, Head of Regulatory Affairs – Cable & Wireless Communication David Cox, Head of Regulatory Affairs for Cable & Wireless Communications (“C&W” or the “Company”) is the new Chairman of CANTO, one of the leading Caribbean organizations …
  • Caribbean Strong: Building Resilience with Equity 01 Feb 2019 05:13 American Public Health The three-day summit focusing on disaster preparedness in the Caribbean region is co-sponsored by the Puerto Rico Science, Technology & Research Trust and the Society for Disaster Medicine and Public Health, Inc. The event's keynote speakers will …
  • Miss DSC Mas Jamboree launches 2019 contestants 01 Feb 2019 03:21 Dominica News Online From Left: Betty-Ann Tavernier, Shelise Bell, Le Sean Bellot, Sheraine Mills, Kristel Ferrol, Hallie Bruney Six young ladies from the Dominica State College, who will vie for the title of Miss DSC Mas Jamboree 2019, were officially launched on Thursday …