Expert described cyber-attacks as “a clear and present danger” and encouraged Caribbean governments to pool resources to facilitate a stronger defence.
The Bahamas: Sci/Tech
BTC’s cellular customers on New Providence are one step closer to enjoying super-fast Long Term Evolution (LTE) as a result of the very first LTE data call – commonly referred to as an “Internet download” – on the BTC network.
The effects of climate change depleting already strained supplies of drinking water throughout much of the Caribbean is an increasing cause of concern among experts.
A $500 million alternative energy project pledged that its sea turbines could “generate as much power as this country could ever hope for”, and at rates 50 per cent below the Bahamas Electricity Corporation’s (BEC) existing tariffs.
Hawaii officials plan to spend the next two years studying tiger shark movements around Maui amid what they call an unprecedented spike in overall shark attacks since the start of 2012.
Jean Sebastien Finger of the Bimini Biological Field Station studied Lemon Sharks in the Bahamas and found evidence that the fish have ‘different degrees of sociability and curiosity’.
The Bahamas Humane Society is pleased to announce that, with the help of Lindsay Panning and Vets Without Borders, they are now the proud owner of a digital x-ray machine.
Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard said he has no self-serving interests in the government passing a law to govern stem cell research and therapy in The Bahamas.
The Grenada parliament recently passed legislation to punish people with hefty fines and/or lengthy jail terms for what is termed “offensive online comments”.