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We here at SiliconCaribe will stage the first annual Caribbean Blogger’s Week across the Region and Diaspora, from December 5th to 10th, 2016. It will celebrate and showcase the power of Digital Influencers of Caribbean + Caribbean descent, who are Bloggers, Podcasters, Instagrammers, YouTubers and other types of Digital Creatives. The

Cloud computing ‘inevitable’ for Cayman government

Government services will, in the coming years, start moving away from physical servers on the island and into big data centers in the United States and elsewhere, according to a deputy in the Ministry of Home Affairs. In an interview this week, Wesley Howell, who is in charge of public safety

What is a reTweet and what does it mean anyway?

Retweeting has now become a core part of the Twitter experience. Retweeting is basically how Twitter users share interesting tweets from the people they are following. They copy and paste the original tweet and send it out. To give credit to the original person, users

Kingston Beta the Caribbean’s premier technology networking and startup pitch event opens its 2010 season with 4 startups and 60 entrepreneurs.

With 60 people in attendance at the Spanish Court Hotel, smack in the middle of Kingston’s Business District, Kingston Beta – the Caribbean’s premier technology networking and startup pitch event kicked off its 2010 season. With sponsor Jamaica National, partners in SiliconCaribe, Socialingua, and CaribClix – the audience of

Who are the Top 12 Jamaican Twitterers ?

Twittermania has gripped the world and the Caribbean and Jamaica are no different. Last week I wrote a post on the Top 12 Caribbean Twitterers, now I'm going country specific for a hot minute. Again, I used, which is a user-powered Twitter directory to track how many twitterers we