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Business

BTC, CANTO leaders look forward to a conference of ‘firsts’

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate Chinese  NASSAU, Bahamas — In an address to media on Sunday, a panel consisting of members of the leadership of CANTO expressed high hopes for their 30th annual regional telecommunications conference and trade exhibition being held at the Atlantis Resort,

Innovation

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

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseOver the past two financial quarters, global analysts have noted a marked decline in tablet computer sales worldwide. Unlike the double digit growth that was the norm (e.g. as high as 28% at the end of last year), forecasts indicate that the tablet segment will grow by a compound annual rate of just 9% over the next five years (Source: Business Insider). Though initially the decline might have been considered

Infrastructure

Intel to establish mega laboratory in Costa Rica for validation of new products

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseNEW YORK, USA — The president of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solis; the minister of foreign trade, Alexander Mora; and the president and director general of the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE), Jose Rossi and Gabriela Llobet announced on Tuesday in New York that Intel will open in Costa Rica a one-of-a-kind mega lab for the validation and testing of its products in development. From the mega lab, Costa

Technology

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

translation servicesTranslate | French translation Spanish translation translate German translate ChineseIn Trinidad and Tobago last week, the Chairman of the board of directors of the Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Radio League (TTARL), Julien Dedier, reportedly found spyware on the government-issued laptop assigned to his daughter. He was therefore calling on the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to: 1.  Test all computers to ensure no spying bugs were implanted, or recall all computers given out until they can be certified free