April 6, 2020

Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman launches new dive-specific website

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (Dec 16, 2014) Red Sail Sports, Grand Cayman’s leading resort watersports operator, is gearing up for 2015 with the launch of a new dive-focused website www.diveredsailcayman.com. The website, a one-stop online shopping location for diving customers, offers quick and easy access to all Red Sail Sports dive information, showcasing the company’s […]

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Sydney siege: Three dead after commandos storm cafe From BBC Two people died, along with an Islamist gunman, after commandos stormed a cafe in Sydney, Australia, to bring to an end a 16-hour siege. The gunman, identified as an Iranian refugee, had taken dozens of hostages. Four people were injured, including a policeman hit by […]

Galactic get-together has impressive light display

From NASA At this time of year, there are lots of gatherings often decorated with festive lights. When galaxies get together, there is the chance of a spectacular light show as is the case with NGC 2207 and IC 2163 Located about 130 million light years from Earth, in the constellation of Canis Major, this […]

Curiosity Mars rover ‘solves mountain riddle’

By Jonathan Amos Science correspondent, BBC News Scientists working on Nasa’s Curiosity rover think they can now explain why there is a huge mountain at the robot’s landing site in Mars’s Gale Crater. They believe it is the remains of sediments laid down in successive lakes that filled the deep bowl, probably over tens of […]

Intel, Royal Caribbean International bring tablets to the sea

Royal Caribbean’s and world’s first “Smartship” is outfitted with 15,000 Intel-powered tablets at point-of-sale. Royal Caribbean is also providing 40,000 Intel-powered tablets for all crew members within the fleet to stay connected with loved ones while at sea. SANTA CLARA, Calif., Dec. 11, 2014 – Intel Corporation and Royal Caribbean International teamed up to integrate […]

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Cayman Islands police ‘Christmas Crackdown’ nets many offenders on first day From RCIPS The first day of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Services (RCIPS) holiday crack down on bad driving saw 39 persons prosecuted Island wide for various traffic offences, offences ranged from using vehicles with expired registrations , permitting persons to drive without being […]

Digicel Business extends partnership with Masergy into the area of Data Security

Thursday, 11th December 2014 – Grand Cayman: Digicel Business has announced that it is extending its partnership with Masergy Communications Inc. to now offer an advanced ‘Security as a Service’ solution to businesses across Cayman. The solution, which is a fully managed service, helps companies to secure their digital assets through a combination of advanced […]

Emerging technologies in tourism sector could offer new employment opportunities in the Caribbean

From eTN Global Travel Industry News PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad & Tobago – The Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) Decent Work Team and Office for the Caribbean, hosted a concluding workshop in Port of Spain, Trinidad on December 8-9, 2014, where participants shared findings from their respective countries on “Anticipating Skills […]

Mobile advertising is exploding and will grow much faster than all other digital ad categories

By Mark Hoelzel From Business Insider Mobile is growing faster than all other digital advertising formats in the US, as advertisers begin allocating dollars to catch the eyes of a growing class of “mobile-first” users. Historically, there has been a big disparity between the amount of time people actually spend on their smartphones and tablets […]

Earth’s water came from asteroids not comets, Rosetta mission probe results suggest

By Alok Jha Science Correspondent From ITV News One of the most important goals of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission at the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is to help planetary scientists work out where the Earth’s oceans came from. When the Earth coalesced out of the dust and gases surrounding the baby Sun 4.5 billion years […]