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    MiVue 786 Wi-Fi

    Life, AKIN, Published on 19/09/2018

    » MiVue 786 dash cam's 140-degree wide-angle can record videos in 1080p Full HD at 30fps, transmit them over Wi-Fi and even broadcast them on Facebook if you want. It comes with pre-installed Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. It has a height of 2.07 inches, a width of 3.46 inches and a depth of 1.26 inches. The dash cam uses a mini USB charger that connects to the car lighter port.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Irresistibly funky

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 14/11/2017

    » Colombia's Disco Fuentes label is probably one of the most well-known record companies in South America. From the 1960s, the label pumped out funky cumbias, porro and such irresistible salsa that Cubans often said that they felt at home in Colombia; if I spin a Colombian track when I am manning the DJ decks, a dancer will come up and ask me which Cuban band I'm playing.

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    Summoning the masters by cello

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 31/08/2017

    » The great cellist Pablo Casals gave the second-best description of the cello. "The cello," he said, "is like a beautiful woman who has not grown older but younger with time, more slender, more supple, more graceful." The greatest description of the cello contained no words at all, and this wordless description is what Bangkok will experience on Sept 2.

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    Bringing out the Brahms -- and Mozart, too

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 23/03/2017

    » 'The only reason I'm famous," said composer Johannes Brahms, the arrogant pride of Viennese music in the 1880s, "is because other people don't respect the very best things. Like Mozart's piano concertos!"

  • TECH

    New, with a sci-fi paint job

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 23/11/2016

    » Hardcore gamer or not, the name Call Of Duty -- publisher Activision's phenomenally popular first-person military shooter game franchise -- is one that you have most likely heard about. Released annually around the holiday season since 2005, Call Of Duty has been a household name for video games for the last decade, and is arguably one of the most influential titles of the modern video game era, despite having only minimal variations in its overall gameplay across the dozens of games with its name.

  • TECH

    Accessibility is the key for redesigned VOD app

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 19/10/2016

    » Having studied the pattern among Thai audiences for more than a year, the video-on-demand service HOOQ has introduced a new mobile app.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Director Ang Lee is pushing the tech boundary

    Life, Published on 14/10/2016

    » In the action movies that Ang Lee grew up watching in Taiwan, it was perfectly commonplace and yet still thrilling to see rivals take to the air and fly at each other as they faced off in combat.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Shoot your movie here

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 20/06/2016

    » Tourism is a key factor in Thailand's economic growth, accounting for 16% of last year's GDP. That said, the Department of Tourism plans to further promote the country, as one of the best film-shooting destinations.

  • LIFESTYLE

    X-Men: Apocalypse doesn't mark the spot

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 20/05/2016

    » Despite being directed by the man who gave us the original X-Men and X2, a star-studded cast, and two beloved prequels, X-Men: Apocalypse manages to disappoint. In its attempt to both provide a satisfying ending for the X-Men: First Class trilogy as well as set up the new generation of X-Men (for future movies), the film has neglected pacing, plot and action, becoming in the process an incoherent mishmash of soulless special effects and A-list actors. As likeable as the new X-Men are, I doubt many will be looking forward to any of their future films, if this is the kind of stories we can expect.

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    Around the world

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 29/09/2015

    » This month's European Broadcast Union World Charts is topped by a reissue of an album -- La Candela Viva -- that was recorded by the legendary Colombian singer and dancer Toto La Momposina in sessions at the Real World Studios in the UK way back in 1991 and 1992. Reissue would be perhaps the wrong word really because the producers of the new release, Tambolero, have gone deep into the original sessions and then added new vocals, some from Toto's granddaughters, and instrumentation, giving the original music more texture.

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