The Realities of The Jamaican Job Market From a Tech Point Of View

Most young Jamaicans; university and college graduates, have become locked into the vicious failed cycle that is the Jamaican job market. There are very few options available with little prospects of creating your own job even if you develop a product that fills a niche and has attracted attention from potential customers. Why is this […]

Blackberry 10: Can It Rescue Blackberry?

I won’t lie, I love what I am seeing in the latest OS released by Blackberry(yes the company is now Blackberry, RIM is no more) today. The interface seems slick and very intuitive and I like the way it makes accessing personal data on the phone much easier than it was before. One thing I […]

iOS 6: Sign of Apple Stumbling?

I am surrounded by Apple products daily; an iMac, an iPad 2 and an iPhone. I use the iPad 2 the most and have grown to appreciate it’s benefits when compared to a traditional laptop or desktop computer. One of the things that gets to me though is the inability for the system to properly […]

Digicel’s Internet Bundle leaves a lot to be desired

Many would exclaim hallilujah(Allah hu Akbar for all my muslim friends) at the announcement of an internet bundle by Digicel. Afterall it would seem almost divine that digicel would finally fold in under pressure and relieve blackberries of the role of being the sole beneficiaries of an internet plan on their network in Jamaica. However […]

LIME Jamaica’s latest moves: Steps in the right direction?

I have had an interesting relationship with LIME over the last few years; from praises to criticisms, then more criticisms, then praises… One of the prime issues I have had with LIME is their tendency to pull and discontinue potentially killer promotions and services, it is like unveiling the latest long-ranged stealth 5th generation aircraft, […]

Digicel Wimax: One Year After Launch

It is just a year ago that Digicel’s Wimax erupted onto the local broadband market with the aim of revolutionising and completely remodelling Jamaica’s broadband service. After routing the telecoms juggernaut Claro in the christmas battle a year before, Digicel had re-equipped it’s forces and turned its attention to Jamaica’s decrepit internet system. The company, […]