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    Drop in prices of notebooks

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 24/03/2010

    » Fierce competition between computer vendors is driving the prices of low-end full-feature notebooks to below 15,000 baht, helping to boost the overall notebook market in Thailand while the drop in the price of netbooks or mininotes to below 10,000 baht is helping them retain their market position. Meanwhile Apple's iPad and HP's Slate are still at an early stage in Asia.

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    Social network hackers employ abuse of trust

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 24/03/2010

    » Hackers are now taking advantage of trusted friendships in social networks by mimicking the identities of users and luring their connections into attacks.

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    Wireless technology aids crime fight

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 24/03/2010

    » Attempts to apprehend criminals and car thieves have been made more effective through the application of wireless technology, and in particular the use of a dedicated police Sim card.

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    Out of their league

    Database, Published on 24/03/2010

    » Some companies sponsor football teams to boost their image and get their name out; No 1 yuppiephone network Advanced Info Service of Shingapore is going to sponsor an entire football league to try to get the country over all that bad image the Supreme Court's decision about Thaksin Shinawatra poured on the firm; the AIS Regional League will gather 74 clubs nationwide, play 1,500 matches in total, and every member of the championship team will get a huge prize - one year of free mobile phone calls.

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    Norton 360 suite version 4 launched

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Norton has launched its Norton 360 suite version 4 which builds on its successful Norton Internet Security package adding back-up and tools to improve PC performance.

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    Telenor boosts its presence in Thailand

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Telenor, parent company of Dtac, has stepped up its presence in Thailand and is launching a major corporate awareness campaign, partly to engage the government regulators at two levels as Thailand prepares for commercial 3G licensing.

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    Cut in IT set-up costs tempts SMEs

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Integrated collaboration between public and private partnerships is encouraging the cloud business model in Thailand and prompting Thai software developers to look towards the Indochina region.

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    Back to the future

    Database, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Don't panic, announced Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, but in the next 60 days the government will "create a level playing field" for telecom companies and probably try to extract truckloads of money and turn back the clock on concessions granted by the state duopoly; Mr Abhisit continued to maintain that telecoms firms (translation: one telecoms firm) made money from changes during the Thaksin Shinawatra years; he said he wants to "unwind the concessions," go back to the future and probably send a huge bill to Advanced Info Service of Shingapore; Mr Abhisit said he envisioned one big concession contract covering all telecoms firms and saving the bacon of your slowly dying ToT and CAT Telecom. Wichian Mektrakarn, CEO of No 1 yuppiephone firm Advanced Info Service of Shingapore, explained that if Mr Abhisit succeeds in unravelling all concessions contracts and reverting to the early 1990s when they started to come into being, "the whole system will collapse." Finance Minister Korn Chatikavanij seemed to contradict the prime minister; he told Hong Kong businessmen it is "unlikely" the government will try to extract retroactive concessions payments.

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    Double standards

    Database, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Google stopped censoring in China, but China didn't. Google stopped censoring in China, but did not stop censoring anywhere else, including in a Southeast Asian nation of 65 million people starting with "Th" and a lot of people wondered if Google was one of those double-standard companies.

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    Creative industry initiative gives Thai animation a push

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 03/03/2010

    » One aspect of the Government's "creative industry" push to uplift Thailand's economy is the digital content industry, in an attempt to make the country stand out in the Asia market.

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