Technology

LIME Internet Summer School inspires over 145 youngsters

Participants at the 2014 LIME Internet Summer School said they had a blast at this year’s programme, which saw more than 145 youngsters gaining...

LIME to invest US$ millions in SVG; HDTV expected in 2015

Martin Roos, LIME’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer has indicated that he is very satisfied with the work that has been accomplished by the...

LIME donates computers to technical centres

Two more educational institutions are benefitting from town hall meetings hosted by telecommunications provider LIME last year. Last week, LIME handed over 12 computers and...

Regional telecoms organisation launches women’s forum

By Kenton X. Chance NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC) -- The Caribbean Women in information communication technology (ICT) forum (CWIC) has been launched here amid predictions that...

Ministers reject suggestion to block Viber, other VOIPs

By Kenton X. Chance   NASSAU, Bahamas -- Ministers of telecommunication and service providers in the sector on Tuesday failed to agree on how to deal...

SVG wins ITC project of the year award

By Kenton X. Chance NASSAU, Bahamas, (CMC) -- A project implemented by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines government to assist nationals acquire higher education,...

Bahamas PM encourages regional telecoms group to be daring

NASSAU, Bahamas -- Prime Minister of The Bahamas, Perry Christie, has challenged regional telecommunications stakeholders meeting here to dare to use technology to respond...

Group discusses cable issues with FLOW

The citizens who organised the petition demanding better service from FLOW, met with the company last week, and discussed a range of issues, including...

Reporter ‘disappointed’ I-Witness News allowed to attend press briefing

A senior reporter at one of the nation’s newspapers told Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar on Wednesday he is “disappointed” that I-Witness News was...

PM supports St. Lucia cable TV company’s licence application

The application of a St. Lucian company to provide cable television service in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will receive the support of Prime...

Vincentians frustrated by FLOW’s cable offerings

Vincentians on Friday began to return their cable television boxes to service provider FLOW after the company removed some of the more popular channels...