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  • LEARNING

    What is "Learning English together"?

    Published on 30/10/2010

    » Here is a section we you can participate in many ways.

  • TECH

    The cloud has been around for a while

    Database, James Hein, Published on 13/10/2010

    » If you are a business, then at the very least you need some way to communicate with your customers and your suppliers, and them with you. For some this means a phone call, an order entry system, emails and even messaging systems. If you are dealing with people outside the country, then a VoIP system will save you a lot of money.

  • TECH

    Digital evidence mounts

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 20/10/2010

    » Powerful digital technology is being blamed for enabling sophisticated crimes, terrorism and political activism.

  • TECH

    If you need to get iLife, don't do it by mail

    Database, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 10/11/2010

    » I thought I had been smart by ordering iLife online as there were no copies in the shops, but I watched the online tracking as it remained at the airport for several days: Clearance delay. I checked with DHL on Thursday and was told that this was due to Customs. I think she meant with a large "C". I made a final check on Friday evening. I look forward to Apple's online software facility and downloading directly: no disks; no frustrating waits.

  • TECH

    In full view

    Database, Published on 10/11/2010

    » The Republic of Google sued the pitifully weak United States government for blocking Google's plans for domination of the universe; Washington allegedly disqualified Google from bidding on a $58 million contract to revamp the email systems at the US Department of the Interior _ 1.73 billion baht in real money; Google explained that it wanted to use Google Apps and the cloud for the job, while the whining government said that it wanted to use only software on disk and specifically the Business Productivity Online Suite-Federal made for government use by the Kingdom of Microsoft; Google explained that it could save US taxpayers tens of millions of dollars plus give them better software.

  • TECH

    You are what you eat

    Muse, Published on 06/11/2010

    » You may need to ask yourself some questions next time you buy a burger from a fast food chain. Photographer Sally Davies' photostream project, titled Davies Happy Meal Project, records the decomposition of a burger over the period of 180 days. First bought on April 10, the set has been sitting on her coffee table with nothing covering it. Davies reports absolutely no bugs, mould or smell on her meal. The only sign of time passing is the dust that is evident on the wrapper. Check out the beloved burger that refuses to decompose at www.flickr.com/photos/sallydavies/5059592657/in/set-72157624739645253.

  • TECH

    Planes, robots & automobiles

    Brunch, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 07/11/2010

    » A bladeless fan that helps save energy in air-conditioners. A security robot that can replace security guards in high-risk areas. A remote-controlled model aeroplane that can target designated points. A hydrogen car. The recent TechnoMart-InnoMart 2010 event brought to the fore a slew of gadgets and innovations by Thai inventors that prove there is no lack of creativity and technological know-how in the local market.

  • TECH

    Looking for something?

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 29/09/2010

    » You say you've misplaced that application for a raise that the boss promises is all you need to see more money in your pocket? It's on your computer and you just can't remember where?

  • TECH

    iPhone 4: A Surprise Purchase

    Database, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 06/10/2010

    » I did not think I would be writing this column as, despite registering early with Dtac and already having my name on a True iPhone, I was not invited to any events; nor was I surprised by a smiling delivery-man with a shiny new iPhone 4. Speculation on Twitter and Facebook (how we rely on these nowadays) suggested that 18,000 of the devices went to Dtac, 43,000 to True and 20,000 to another carrier. These figures are unsubstantiated; but whatever the real figure, I confirm I did not get one in the release euphoria.

  • TECH

    Suite as it gets

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 01/09/2010

    » There's a lot that goes into making "good" computer software, and the usual answer to the question of what is the best program is: "That depends."

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