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    Cloud computing making headway in Thailand

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 14/04/2010

    » Thai software houses will take a lead in the development of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) through a cloud computing collaboration between Software Park and True Internet Data Centre (True IDC).

  • TECH

    DIY desktop kits set to boost market

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 14/04/2010

    » Home-made computer assembly kits will be available in Thailand within the next three months.

  • TECH

    Online shopping on the increase

    Database, Published on 14/04/2010

    » A MasterCard survey of online shopping habits has found that 77 percent of Thai respondents accessed the Internet every day, while 63 percent enjoy shopping online, with women's clothes, CDs/DVDs and cosmetics among the top selling products.

  • TECH

    Microsoft to end support for earlier Windows versions

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 14/04/2010

    » Microsoft Thailand will end its support for previous Windows versions soon after announced its Windows Activation Technologies (WAT) in Windows 7 to fight against piracy and boost its revenue.

  • TECH

    HP updates non-stop packages

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 14/04/2010

    » HP has updated its mission-critical non-stop server line, using more industry standard parts to greatly reduce costs while still maintaining the level of fault tolerance expected in this niche sector.

  • TECH

    Location, location, location

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 14/04/2010

    » Location-based services are now all the rage. Most modern phones have a GPS built in and suddenly, after being used only for maps or for tagging pictures, the feature has taken off, with services like Foursquare and Gowalla, but there is much more fun to be had beyond those two headline-grabbing services.

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    When your kernel panics, you should try not to

    Database, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 14/04/2010

    » While I was thinking about how new users deal with the move to OS X, one wrote to me with a question: What is a Kernel Panic? The Kernel is the core of the operating system, linking the computer's hardware components to the software.

  • TECH

    Microsoft developer troubleshooting woes

    Database, James Hein, Published on 14/04/2010

    » I don't believe that Microsoft understands developers and development environments. I was working my way through a training course on Visual Studio 2008. The course itself, from Total Training, was not too bad. The product covered both Visual Basic and C# programming languages in their examples. One plus for .NET apart from the syntax differences is that the coding was quite similar when it came to the .NET functions.

  • TECH

    Quality over quantity

    Database, Published on 14/04/2010

    » Through the mobile street protests and the emergency rule, the Information and Communication Technology Ministry trudged on; permanent secretary Sue Lor-uthai held a press conference to brag that he had ordered about 10,000 websites to be blocked from the sensitive eyes of the Thai public between March 14, when the red-shirt street theatre opened, and the week before Songkran; he had another 700 awaiting blocks as soon as the courts approve; by contrast, security czar and the official censor of the 2010 Emergency Decree, Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban, only claimed credit for blocking or closing down 36 websites; the difference between the two numbers could not immediately be explained, but Mr Suthep was dealing with quality over quantity, successfully closing down Prachatai.com to the entire world, for example.

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    Take it all off

    Database, Published on 14/04/2010

    » The most powerful media mogul on Earth challenged the most powerful media company in the explored universe; ''We are going to stop people like Google ... from taking our stories for nothing,'' explained Rupert Murdoch to dutiful reporters at the US National Press Club; he intends to charge Google and other search engines to look at his newspapers' stories _ or ban them from his site; here's the way the world's most fearsome newspaper proprietor thinks about free content on the Internet: Take it all off, because then the public will have to pay; his Wall Street Journalnewspaper has already put out an app for the Apple iPad and an application for readers to buy content, for a mere 400 baht per month or so; he also intends to charge everyone on the planet 2 (100 baht) a month to read his Times of London.

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