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    Large printing for the smaller market

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 04/08/2010

    » SVOA has paraded Roland cutting, printing and 3D engraving machines to help businesses to operate more affordably.

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    Boost for innovation as 3G grows

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 04/08/2010

    » Innovative mobile services such as television, financial transactions, shopping, games and streaming media are set to gain significant momentum once 3G is firmly established in Thailand, according to content experts.

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    Spoilt for choice

    Database, Gotfried. K, Published on 04/08/2010

    » If you're sniffing around for the right office products to buy, you'll be happy to know that you've never had more choices, and that many of those choices are completely free.

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    The symptoms of a virus, but not a virus?

    Database, James Hein, Published on 04/08/2010

    » What is the definition of a virus? Or, for that matter, malware? My definition would be something that stops you doing what you want to on your computer or something that has been placed on your computer to cause damage or to use your computer in a way you have not approved or intended. It is also a program that resists your efforts to remove it. Now of course there may be some security software or organisationally applied software that falls under this definition so let's focus on your home machines for the purpose of this definition.

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    The daily shutdown

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 04/08/2010

    » There comes a time in the day of an average computer operator when she simply has to stop. Stop the work, stop the games, stop the surfing, all of it, and simply shut down. The computer, that is, not her life.

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    A better clipboard

    Database, Wanda Sloan, Published on 04/08/2010

    » This isn't the first time I've written the following paragraph, but what makes we want to beat my head on a khao thom bench on Ratchada is that it certainly won't be the last.

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    Unclear threats

    Database, Published on 04/08/2010

    » The third anniversary of the Computer Crime Act was sadder and more pessimistic than the second, which was less optimistic and more unhappy than the first; in the words of media activist Supinya Klangnarong, even trying to push for change of the draconian measure would only "change it in the opposite direction"; at a time even the previous champion of free expression Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has decided to support the witch-hunt known as "online scout project", it is clear that computer crimes now are synonymous with political and thought crimes; Thai Netizen Network member Sarinee Achawanantakul said that use of the bill on national security measures was vague, and he called on authorities to at least define what such threats actually are; missing from the criticism entirely is the loyal opposition; it appears clear that both the Puea Thai party of the red and the New Politics Party of the yellow want to hold the same power over the Internet that Mr Abhisit and the Democrat-led coalition have revelled in, with 115,000 websites banned and numerous arrests and intimidating interrogations of political opponents and other "security threats".

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    The big jailbreak

    Database, Published on 04/08/2010

    » The US Copyright Office held its triennial meeting to consider various claims and complaints, and the biggest laugh was over the application by Steve "President for Life" Jobs of Apple; no, the copyright phuyai chuckled, you can't make it against the law to tamper with your phone that you bought with your money; and at a stroke, the Apple iPhone fiddling known as "jailbreaking" became legal worldwide; Mr Jobs contended the iPhone is so special that heavy prison sentences should attend anyone delving into his phone and trying to use it on a network, with apps not approved by Apple; the Copyright Office said it was nonsense; to his credit, Mr Jobs never had sued any of the estimated 400,000 owners of jailbroken iPhones in the US, while awaiting the decision from on high.

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    Unclogging the networks

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 04/08/2010

    » While most of today's modern 3G data plans talk of megabytes of data, airtime minutes are still important and telcos need tools to help them see the hidden congestion that is clogging up their networks to provide a better end user experience.

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    Interactivity, innovation and resiliency

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 04/08/2010

    » Low-cost mobile services, social networks and business resiliency programmes are encouraging businesses to adopt increased interactivity, collaboration and communication.

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