90 day old TechStart.Online reports startup investments, audience growth and partnerships

Techstart.online, Jamaica's tech startup online directory, which launched last year at our Kingston BETA event last October is resporting some some things now that they are 90days in. The directory was hatched in response to low investment support for local tech driven startups and lack of information on investible Jamaican

SiliconCaribe is 10 this year…here’s what we have planned.

SiliconCaribe.com is 10 years old officially this year so we’re going to be doing a couple of things to make it special. Super special for you who’ve kept reading us and those of you who keep attending our tech events and telling others about all that we’re doing. This year we’re

Where do you get data for/from the Caribbean Region?

by Corbeaux, Editor of Disenfranchised Data If you have ever tried to get data for or about the Caribbean region, you would find that, there is not one location for all the data, but an array of silos, where you then have to search and pick through to find the data

4 Caribbean Tech developments we are likely to see in 2017

Consistently, tech/ICT issues that made the headlines or had us talking in 2016 were diverse and interesting: from the liberalisation process in Guyana and the region’s growing focus on call centres and offshore outsourcing, to tracking the changes in Internet download speeds and prices. As we begin to come to

When a Jamaican Vlogger Becomes a Deejay and hits the Billboard Reggae Top 10 Chart

Trabulation, the eight-track EP by Jamaicanvlogger-turned-deejay Trabass, debuts at number eight on the Billboard Reggae album chart. Released on December 9 via Trabass TV LLC, Trabulation is produced by Track Star Music Group. It features collaborations with Lincoln 3dot, Khaos, Sekuence, Alovich, and El Capiitan. Born Andrew Chambers, Trabass is from

It’s Time for The Thank Yous to All Who Supported Caribbean Bloggers Week 2016

It was an intense, exciting 60 day planning and execution sprint that saw breaking a few things, yet thankfully getting many more things right for this our first annual Caribbean Bloggers Week. We nailed the Pop Up Twitter Chat on the topic The Business of Blogging. We doubled our number