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    Lenovo carbon freezes rivals

    Life, Komsan John Jandamit, Published on 08/10/2014

    » As a representative of a relatively young age group, we value speed and accessibility over functionality and security. You'll see an awful lot of young people who now use their mobile devices more than their PCs and notebooks. I see and know quite a few university students who prefer to use their mobile phones or tablet to do their classwork and consume media. Basically, what we want to do are sneak a peek on other people's lives on Facebook, casually chat (or spam) stickers on LINE and take plenty of selfies (or short notes, when required by our superiors).


    Test of faith

    Asia focus, Published on 27/04/2015

    » Life stands still in Ladakh's Buddhist monasteries. Prayers, monastic chores, fasting, more prayers and more fasting is pretty much how monks have lived their austere lives here for centuries. Trappings of technology such as mobile phones and Maggie (instant noodles) have trickled in but with no significant impact on their Spartan lives.


    Super maximum security prison planned

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 02/02/2012

    » Smuggling in mobile phones will be almost impossible in Thailland's planned 'supermax' prison and jamming devices will make them useless anyway.


    Smartphone navigation

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 08/04/2011

    » Smartphones are emerging as essential navigation aids while driving and may even drive the car by themselves one day (Google Driverless Car).


    Phone war

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 26/11/2010

    » Thursday’s prison riot in Lopburi began with a dispute over mobile phones.


    Update the computer law

    News, Editorial, Published on 18/04/2018

    » If events over the past two weeks do not convince the government to write an actual law covering computer fraud, maybe nothing will. The first unfortunate event was to threaten a Chiang Mai magazine editor with a computer crime charge over something that had nothing to do with computers (or crime, come to that). The second was the reluctant admission by the country's second mobile phone company of security misbehaviour, putting tens of thousands of customers at risk. That is not a crime.

  • NEWS

    Hail pummels 2,000 homes in Northeast

    News, Yuttapong Kumnodnae, Published on 27/02/2019

    » Udon Thani: Powerful hail storms have damaged more than 2,000 houses in two northeastern provinces of Udon Thani and Nong Khai, wreaking widespread havoc and forcing officials to set up a disaster response centre at a heavily riddled pavilion.


    Jay Mart's takeover target

    Business, Komsan Tortermvasana, Published on 06/12/2017

    » SET-listed mobile distributor Jay Mart has announced plans to take over direct sales and consumer loan firm Singer Thailand by 2018 as it strives to strengthen its loan portfolio.

  • NEWS

    Reading elections in the stars

    News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 17/02/2019

    » The reestablishment of democracy after the March 24 election is not the only thing politicians and citizens are looking forward to.

  • NEWS

    E-transition will take some time in Thailand

    Asia focus, Patpon Sabpaitoon, Published on 06/11/2017

    » Thailand continues to lay the foundations for a digital economy and is gradually nudging the country in the direction of a cashless society. The centrepiece of the government effort is PromptPay, an electronic money transfer service that links an ID card or mobile number with a bank account and now has more than 32 million registrations.

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