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The Best Of Infotel 2015

Infotel 2015, the premier ICT exposition of South East Asia has come to an end. As the Digital Media Partners of Infotel for the...

Exploring Infotel 2015

The day has finally arrived. Infotel 2015, the 14th iteration of Sri Lanka's largest ICT exposition has begun. Just like last year, Infotel 2015...

The (Other) Square

When I think of "Square", it's inevitably one of two companies: Square Enix, one of the world's foremost creators of video games, or Jack Dorsey's...

The Tech Startup Problem: How Do You Get Funded in Sri...

There's a series of meetings called Spike that happens on and off: a bunch of people who're running startups get together with a bunch...

Disrupt Unlimited + Microsoft = Major win for local start-ups

It’s safe to say that Sri Lanka today is nurturing start-ups - everything from the Yarl Geek Challenge to ICTA’s Spiralation points in that...

What We Saw: The Best Of Infotel 2014

Infotel's ended - three days of trade-fair-slash-ICT exhibition have come to a halt, the banners have been packed up and the exhibitors gone home....

On the First Day Of Infotel: How It Works

Infotel comes around once a year. Last time, it was at SLECC. This time, it’s a the BMICH, which gives the whole event quite a...

Sunday Morning Recap: June 15th, 2014

E3 has stolen the spotlight. Well, not stolen, per se: it’s E3. The Entertainment Electronic Expo, the biggest trade fair in the video game industry,...

Sri Lanka’s IT Climate: we’re down a few points

Earlier this month, we received a copy of an interesting report, titled Sri Lanka’s IT Climate An analysis of the Global IT Report published by the World Economic Forum. This report, by Taryana Odayar of the Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute of International Relations and Strategic Studies, points out some startling facts about Sri Lanka’s IT industry: we’re slipping.

Sunday Morning Recap: 18th May, 2014

May was a bit of a busy month for us. With a sizeable chunk of the crew tied down with exams and the World Youth Conference, our Facebook page nevertheless managed to be very busy - thanks mostly to our photojournalists, who kept up the good fight, getting out those stories a thousand words at a time. Let's see what's happened thus far:

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