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    iTranslate

    Muse, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 07/11/2015

    » All the explanation you need about the app lies in its name. iTranslate is a translation app that does what you would expect a translation app to do. It allows for text as well as audio based translations, so you can either type in or simply say the sentence you want translated and the app will present that sentence in whichever of the 90+ languages supported by the app. Interestingly, the app also features the option for you to select dialects of a certain language as well. For instance, someone from the North of England speaks very differently compared to someone from the South and the app can emulate both manners of speech in its translation.

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    Handpick

    Muse, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 14/11/2015

    » ‘What should we have for dinner?” This is a universal problem and a question often raised in every household. More often than not, the question is met with silence, leaving the chef of the day (which can be you) to make the final call.

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    Celeb beer promoters begin meeting police (Updated)

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 12/10/2015

    » Celebrities accused of improperly promoting a local beer through the social media have begun meeting with police. They have denied being paid for the photos they posted.

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    DM Lab unveiled

    Published on 09/10/2015

    » Thailand/Bangkok, October 7th, 2015. Dentsu Media (Thailand), a subsidiary network brand of Dentsu Aegis Network, announced today the launch of Dentsu Media Laboratory (DM Lab), an innovation unit aims to harness the latest technology and create new digital experiences for the market.

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    Khan Academy

    Muse, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 10/10/2015

    » As the age-old saying goes, it is never too late to learn new things. This is especially true in the modern age, where the overwhelming wealth of knowledge that is the internet is more accessible than it ever was before. However, sifting through the endless pages of the web in the hopes of learning exactly what you want to learn can sometimes be a hassle, and in-depth online courses don’t always come cheap.

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    Operating without support

    Life, James Hein, Published on 21/10/2015

    » For most customers, Windows Server 2003 ran out of even extended support back in July but there are still plenty of people using it, including the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) where half of their servers are still running on the old but very good at the time operating system. For some, running an old operating system has no downside. What software and functionality that is running on it has probably happily been doing so for a decade or more and also in all likelihood without any problems. If the device is not connected to a public network of any kind then the risk of security breaches is also very low so missing out on any security updates is likely to have no impact. There is also no need to upgrade hardware to support a later and more demanding operating system. For some users this is a win-win.

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    International hackers strike

    Online Reporters, Published on 22/10/2015

    » The international hacking collective called Anonymous declared cyberwar on the Thai government Thursday over its policy to consolidate a single internet gateway.

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    Fridgely

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 24/10/2015

    » After a crazy grocery shopping spree, our fridge is often packed with fresh food. The expiry date is stamped clear on the packages. And we often promise ourselves: “Yeah, I’ll eat that thing before it expires.”

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    Iflix

    Muse, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 26/09/2015

    » Imagine being able to watch hundreds of movies any time you want. Iflix is an application that can provide that with just a few presses on your mobile device.

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    Playful productivity

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 27/09/2015

    » Want an incentive to making your bed in the morning, going to the gym, meeting deadlines and sticking to good habits? No, we aren’t suggesting locking away your smartphone until you finish your chores. On the contrary, the power to be productive is at your fingertips — if you know how to properly wield your smartphone.

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