Yesterday, the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) began offering its customers Apple iPhones with an annual data plan that includes voice, data and text.
The Bahamas: Sci/Tech
Data usage amongst Bahamas Telecommunications Company customers has skyrocketed due to the company’s $42.8 million mobile network upgrade.
By studying the impact of both people and animal movement in The Bahamas, it can be determined how both beings can participate in the same food chain and still safely share the environment.
BTC customers using cell phones that do little more than handle conversation will be able to trade them in for phones that do just about everything during a 10-day trade-in-and-up campaign.
An informational comic book, “Who tief muh conch?” details the possible effects of climate change in The Bahamas.
Researchers at the Bimini Biological Field Station in the Bahamas have shown that sharks may be able to learn new skills just by watching the behavior of others.
Researchers believe that crabs living far beneath the waves of the Bahamas have adapted to use UV light as their method of sifting between potential food or toxins on the coral-studded seabed.
Aisha Bowe, an award-winning Bahamian-American researcher in the Flight Trajectory Dynamics & Controls Branch of the Aviation Systems Division at NASA Ames Research Center will be visiting Nassau.
Caribbean telecommunication officials are meeting to focus on the need to develop the information, communication and technology (ICT) sector.