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Artificial Intelligence will change the nature of Caribbean tourism

By David Jessop From Jamaica Gleaner Among the extra-ordinary technological advances that will take place globally over the next decade, the most potent for the Caribbean may be artificial intelligence or AI. This is because its rapid introduction into almost…

Best smartphones in the world 2

The 20 best smartphones in the world Part 21 By Antonio Villas-Boas From Business Insider It’s remarkably tough to rank smartphones, especially when you have to consider hundreds of different preferences and opinions about what makes a smartphone truly great….

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Cayman Islands police request public assistance in investigation into burglary of electronics store

From RCIPS Fri, Feb 5, 2016 at 3:43 PM Just before 8AM on Tuesday, 2 February officers responded to a report of a burglary at Brandsource located at 209 Dorcy Drive in George Town. The burglary had taken place sometime the…

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Google-funded study reveals Android security is a total disaster

By Brad Reed From BGR Why Is Android Security So Bad You can now see why BlackBerry has been devoting so many resources lately toward making Android more secure — it’s clearly an area that needs a lot of work….

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Motorola’s astonishing low-end success is a grim warning for HTC and Samsung

By Tero Kuittinen From BGR It’s been a dim couple of years for Motorola, a company that has had badly misfiring high-end smartphone strategy. Just two months ago, the company decided to shut down its vaunted U.S. manufacturing plant in…

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Research: Only 5 percent of companies prohibit tablet use

By Teena Hammond From ZDNET Summary: The acceptance of tablets in the workplace continues to increase, with aTech Pro Research survey showing that only 5 percent of companies actually prohibit their use. Tablet use in the workplace is ever-increasing, showing…