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    Software innovation expands domestically and internationally

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 13/01/2010

    » Software Park Thailand will join forces with alliances and provincial parks to achieve its 2010 mission of "Differentiation of business with IT innovation".

  • TECH

    Voiz+ package makes life easier for travellers

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 20/01/2010

    » Voiz+ has just made life a whole lot easier for businessmen who travel a lot to avoid roaming charges with its anti-roaming service that combines VoIP, normal pre-paid phones and smart phone capabilities to help save you money.

  • TECH

    Promises, promises

    Database, Published on 27/01/2010

    » She earned the title of Thailand's Best Information and Communications Technology Minister of 2009, and just two weeks into the new year, she showed she has no intention of slowing down; Thailand, declared Ranongruk Suwanchwee will definitely have third generation phone service in 2011, or if not, then in a year shortly thereafter; as Korea, Japan and other countries worked on startup up 4G service, Mrs Ranongruk insisted that 3G service for Thais was a top priority, and she fully intends to spend 20 billion baht this year alone.

  • TECH

    Maemo is like a PC in your pocket, but it cries out for a mouse

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 03/02/2010

    » Nokia has pinned its future hopes on two platforms. First, the new Symbian, not to be confused with the current commercial Symbian that Nokia bought, and the other, Maemo, which has been through a few iterations already in a series of Internet tablets before finding its home in its first proper phone, the AIS-exclusive N900.

  • TECH

    Busybody Buzz

    Database, Published on 24/02/2010

    » Every so often, a new product from the hugely fertile Google gets a lot of press, some of it bad, and that's what happened with a Google Mail feature called Buzz; it's a social network tool allowing users to share photos, videos, chit-chat, insults and updates, sort of like Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, hi5 and several dozens of others; the initial offering showed every user every other user's contacts, setting off privacy alarms; the main feature is that each user can link to spots on other networks such as YouTube or Flickr, which then are automatically added as updates in Google Buzz.

  • TECH

    Small firms enter e-book market

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

    » The arrival of various e-book reading devices has brought opportunities for small book publishers to sell their books but there are still several challenges to overcome, especially coming up with a solid business model. Meanwhile, Google is in discussions with a Thailand publishing association to digitise Thai books.

  • TECH

    Going places with Google

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 31/03/2010

    » Holding three degrees in computer science and a MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), young Thai Pachara Boriboon can work for any company, though she prefers Google because of its start-up feeling and culture.

  • TECH

    Singing the same old vapourware song

    Database, Gotfried. K, Published on 02/06/2010

    » According to recent reports in the tech press, Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser recently dropped to below 60 percent in market share, down from a high of 95 percent back in 2003. For many reasons, this is excellent news. But another report, on the other hand, demonstrates that Microsoft has not given up on its bag of tricks, the sort of tricks that helped Internet Explorer supposedly ''win'' the browser war in the first place.

  • TECH

    Why PayPal indirectly supports the conmen

    Database, James Hein, Published on 16/06/2010

    » Some weeks I wonder what I am going to write about but something always seems to happen to give me a story.

  • TECH

    Getting tough

    Database, Published on 14/07/2010

    » US federal authorities seized nine US-hosted websites and froze the assets of 15 webmasters and others; it was the first shot in "Operation in Our Sites" which the US government launched to combat piracy and counterfeiting on the Internet; and eight other similar sites were pumping out movies, software and other illegal warez, including hosting the actual files being downloaded; according to a spokesman for ICE (US Immigration and Customs Enforcement), "If the criminals move overseas, we will follow" - and he said there were hundreds of similar sites; according to traffic monitors, sites like Filespump were even more popular in Thailand (rank 745) than in the US, where it was barely in the top 1,000 most-visited websites.

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