ANA Aeroportos de Portugal (Airport Authority of Portugal) has chosen Faro Airport for the presentation of the innovative SECAIR Project , in what will be the first public
Several websites in Guyana have been hacked including some owned by the Government of Guyana. A group calling themselves Dz Informatics Mafia made the claim on their Facebook page.
The sites include the following:
- Windows Operating System and Components
- Microsoft Office
- Internet Explorer
Select Microsoft software products contain multiple vulnerabilities. Microsoft has released updates to address these vulnerabilities.
The first ever biofuel ethanol plant in Guyana was started up and commissioned this August by President Donald Ramotar.
On Monday June 10 we took possession of the new, BlackBerry Q10 and it was definitely worth the wait.
For starters, it plays streaming video straight out of the box without the trouble of installing additional apps. The display has the modern “tablet” appearance and the keyboard, BlackBerry’s defining feature, is easy to use and seamless.
NTSB releases interim factual report on JAL 787 battery fire investigation and announces forum and investigative hearing
WASHINGTON - Today, the National Transportation Safety Board released an interim factual report and 499 pages of related documents in its ongoing investigation of the Japan Airlines 787 battery fire in Boston. Additionally, NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P.
The government of Guyana seeks bids to construct the 330-kW Kato micro-hydro project and its related irrigation system on Guyana's Chiung River.
Registration is due March 1 for a March 19 bidders meeting and a March 20 mandatory site visit. Questions must be submitted by April 2, with bids due April 23.
Telecom Lead Asia: Guyana Telephone & Telegraph (GT&T) has tapped Mahindra Comviva to offer mobile financial services.
Mahindra Comviva is offering its mobiquity mobile financial solution to enable GT&T to offer mWallet services in Guyana.
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This monstrous thing is the Ariane space rocket. It's an odd one to find on the Wild Coast, but it explains a lot.
With the final closure of the penal settlement in 1963, French Guiana took on a forlorn air. The economy was completely supported by France, and there seemed little future for the colony.
Intel developer blog blogger Wendy Boswell has been busy bemoaning the lack of female developers in Western nations and pointing to some (arguably) insightful (if a little dated) figures.
Women are (as we know) unfairly underrepresented in the STEM category i.e (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).