The Bahamian government has engaged the government of Singapore to recommend best practices on e-government in an effort to strengthen ICT infrastructure and improve online service delivery in Bahamas.
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Formerly charging for stolen transmissions, forcing digital set top boxes on people, Spanish language HBO and now… disruptive commercials are not making customers too happy with the monopoly cable company.
Assistant Professor of Tourism Management at The College of The Bahamas, Dr. Sophia Rolle has been invited to present at the GEO Coastal Zone Workshop on “Earth Observation Support for Sustainable Tourism in Small Island States,” in Puerto Rico.
Whether you are capturing close-ups of sea creatures on a scuba diving trip in the Bahamas or hitting the skate park near your house, the Olympus TOUGH TG-810 is perfect for you.
The National Emergency management agency is in the process of installing a severe weather warning siren system throughout The Bahamas.
Gmail experienced some problems after a storage software update that introduced an unexpected bug, which caused some Gmail users to temporarily lose access to their email.
New research by an international team of researchers has revealed the previously unidentified role that fish play in the production of sediments in the world’s oceans.
Speaking on behalf of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) at the 55th Session of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), State Minister for Labour and Social Development Loretta Butler-Turner called for an end to gender stereotypes in the fields of science and technology, and a reexamining of traditional gender roles to allow greater access for women in these fields.
Cable & Wireless Communications says that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) will be a cornerstone of its approach if successful in purchasing 51% of the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC).