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  • AUTO

    Toyota supplier sees 15-year wait for self-driving car

    Published on 24/06/2015

    » The technology to make cars fully autonomous probably won’t be established until at least 2030, according to the top supplier for the world’s biggest automaker.

  • BUSINESS

    German carmakers gear up for digital challenge

    Published on 09/04/2015

    » WOLFSBURG, GERMANY — Technology giants Google and Apple are muscling their way into the auto industry and the last thing carmakers in Germany can afford to do is stick their collective heads in the sand.

  • BUSINESS

    A safercyber world

    Asia focus, Published on 03/09/2018

    » E-commerce and other digital services are becoming a part of mainstream life in Southeast Asia, part of a transformation that is driving strong economic growth. But the advances are not universal and the system is still not nearly as secure as it should be.

  • BUSINESS

    Next year in technology

    Business, Post Reporters, Published on 18/12/2017

    » Self-driving cars, artificial intelligence (AI), big data and cryptocurrencies appeared on everyone's radar in 2017, but 2018 will be the year when many of these technologies hit the market in a meaningful way, says Telenor Research.

  • BUSINESS

    Jack Ma plays coy about self-driving plans

    Business, Published on 21/04/2018

    » Alibaba supremo Jack Ma has disclosed that the company is starting work on autonomous technology, but he did not mention when or how the company plans to roll it out in Southeast Asia.

  • BUSINESS

    Stepping out of the shadow

    Business, Published on 17/03/2018

    » Her life has been a continual effort to forge a path outside of her family's "overbearing shadow". Her name, she says, is a double-edged sword that lends her company credibility, but also leads some to discredit her efforts.

  • LIFESTYLE

    It's no child's play

    Muse, Published on 13/01/2018

    » This Children's Day, Lego aficionados can witness the beauty of Bangkok via the world's most popular building blocks. Created with over 500,000 Lego bricks, 11 iconic destinations in Bangkok have been recreated in both mosaic and 3D, and from an 8.5m, snap-ready panorama. Both traditional and colonial treasures are on display, be it the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Wat Phra Kaew or Yaowarat Road. The model-building team -- all men who have a hobby of Lego building -- first decided where to position each place, before they worked together to connect the sky mosaic in the background. Then, each person worked to scale down their building, a process which averaged up to two months, with one month to design the final display and another month to build the actual destination. We talked to two of the 11 builders who have long been on the Lego circuit about how creating model destinations is no child's play.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Taking noodle up a notch

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 16/02/2018

    » The Setting: A kuay tiew experience doesn't have to mean a quick shophouse meal where all the tables have the flimsy pink papers for wiping everything and plastic jugs filled with tea that look like they have never been washed. If the idea of kuay tiew has become uneventful, Mamarin Noodles can spice it up for you (lame food pun intended). You see, the new kuay tiew restaurant highlights a Ban Beung (a district in Chon Buri) variation of the popular street food while taking it up a notch with the cosy ambience and, most importantly, quality ingredients.

  • BUSINESS

    More than a ride

    Asia focus, Ismira Lutfia Tisnadibrata, Published on 05/02/2018

    » Google's investment in Go-Jek is seen as a further vote of confidence in the Indonesian company that has grown from a motorcycle-hailing startup to offer a wide array of deliveries, online movie ticket purchases, plus on-demand massage, car care, home cleaning and hairdressing services.

  • NEWS

    'Flying taxi' startup Lilium raises $90m from Tencent, others

    Business, Reuters, Published on 06/09/2017

    » FRANKFURT: Lilium, a German start-up with Silicon Valley-scale ambitions to develop a five-passenger "flying taxi", has raised a second, $90 million round of financing from top tech investors, making it one of the best-funded electric aircraft projects to date.

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