Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Bermuda is still lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to broadband internet speeds. The latest figures released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) for average advertised residential broadband download speeds makes depressing reading.

Bermuda isn’t actually ranked in the OECD list but as of March, 2012, our average of 4Mbps would even put us behind the likes of little Luxembourg. Japan tops the list with a staggering 156 Mbps. I can’t even think that fast …

[Thanks to RDIS Communications for the info.]

The big picture

Posted: November 27, 2008 in Technology
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If you missed it, the The New York Times Magazine devoted a whole issue on How We Watch Stuff – taking an in-depth look at how computers, iPhones, YouTube and the like are dramatically changing our viewing habits and the media we consume. Haven’t waded through all of it yet, but I liked the article on some of the best screen moments of the year.