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Nokia, LIME launches Mobile TV using a freemium model in Jamaica

Telecoms giant LIME last night launched Jamaica's and the Caribbean's first ever mobile TV service, declaring it "a mobile revolution" and offering premier television channels free for the introductory period starting next Monday. "LIME customers in the Greater Kingston area and St Catherine, including Portmore, will be the first to be

FLASHBACK Tech in Jamaica: Caribexchange Trade Net Magazine

I know those of you who are new to Tech generally and new to The tech industry in Jamaica specifically will not remember this magazine -Trade Net. It started 8 years ago as a free magazine from Caribexchange.com which was an eprocurement startup based at the Technology Innovation Centre at

Flashback: Top 10 stories on SiliconCaribe.com this week in August 2009

Take a look back as to what we were writing about this week last year. Have a look at our Top 10 stories on SiliconCaribe.com this week in August 2009. 1. Whoaa!! Jamaican Computer Hacker in police custody http://bit.ly/d3i9X 2.PUKSHOP.COM-World’s first integrated digital Caribbean music, video download and jukebox store ? http://bit.ly/heMHK 3. Think Social

OUR gets green light to assess telecoms firms

IN A move that could pave the way for lower call rates locally, the Telecommunications Appeals Tribunal has dismissed an appeal from Mossel Jamaica Limited against a decision of the Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR). In its decision, the OUR had sought to declare Mossel - trading as Digicel -

LIME squeezed further by recession

LIME Jamaica incurred a $351-million net loss for the three months to December 31, 2009 compared to a $33-million net profit in the comparative quarter in 2008, as costs associated with financing, depreciation and amortisation increased 70 per cent. 2591

Why I do not need Cable TV again. Well sort of…

I've timeshifted and I'm spoilt for choice. And the fact is, there are ten of thousands of us in Jamaica, millions in the Caribbean and tens of millions around the world who are also in this place. The place where having choice is standard and your life just doesn't facilitate

Top 10 Most Popular Caribbean Internet/Tech Stories this week

Get your week started right. Catchup with what was popular this past week. Check it out. 1. Whoaa!! Jamaican Computer Hacker in police custody http://www.siliconcaribe.com/2009/08/27/whoaa-jamaican-computer-hacker-in-police-custody/ 2.PUKSHOP.COM-World’s first integrated digital Caribbean music, video download and jukebox store ? http://www.siliconcaribe.com/2009/08/17/pukshopcom-world%E2%80%99s-first-integrated-digital-caribbean-music-video-download-and-jukebox-store/ 3. Think Social Media is a Fad? Think Again. http://www.siliconcaribe.com/2009/08/18/think-social-media-is-a-fad-think-again/ 4. LIME at the centre of Mobile Banking Launch

New to Me:C&W aka L.I.M.E non-fiction book exposé

I was busy browsing the Trinidad Guardian's website when a Google ad with the title C&W Exposed caught my eye, I clicked and look what I found. Had to share. The Book is titled "Sent Overseas" and it was written by Rudy Gurley, former executive of Britain's Cable & Wireless.

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