Technology

Software piracy is pretty bad in the Cook Islands but there’s nothing that can be done to stop it, according to Internet Action Group member Ano Tisam.

New phone book cover has eco message

Wednesday November 14, 2012

A graphic design with a message of protecting the environment has made the 2013 Cook Islands phone book cover.

Technology camp for youth

Tuesday November 13, 2012

Local youth have the opportunity to become more tech-savvy thanks to a ‘Tech Camp’ running in Fiji this month.

TCI’s switch-over celebrated

Tuesday October 30, 2012

Telecom Cook Islands chief executive Jules Maher believes the company’s switch to a new switch marks a “hugely historical occasion” for the Cook Islands.

Floods will end soon

Sunday October 28, 2012

Telecom Cook Islands has completed the construction work of a new telecommunications tower in Muri, but the area around the site floods badly each time it rains.

Four students in Korea comp

Sunday October 28, 2012

Four students from the Cook Islands have been chosen to participate in the Global IT Challenge for Youth in South Korea this week.

Brown excited to choose advisors

Sunday October 28, 2012

Telecommunications Minister Mark Brown is looking forward to sifting through the applications he has received from people wanting to be part of a new advisory committee.

Software upgrade causes glitch

Wednesday October 24, 2012

A software upgrade was behind a glitch that affected some landline phones throughout Rarotonga yesterday.

Network outage

Monday October 22, 2012

A mystery fault within Telecom Cook Islands’ internal power system caused an outage to mobile, landline and internet services yesterday.

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