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    Google's bid for smarter messaging hits market

    AFP, Published on 21/09/2016

    » SAN FRANCISCO - US internet giant Google launched Wednesday a smart messaging app aimed at muscling into a busy market with popular rivals such as WhatsApp and Facebook's messenger.

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    NASA's black female mathematicians hit the big screen

    AFP, Published on 21/09/2016

    » WASHINGTON - During the era of US racial segregation, a handful of black female mathematicians managed to break social barriers and propel the US space agency to new heights - and soon their story will be a major motion picture.

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    Spotify-Tinder hookup adds music to romance

    AFP, Published on 21/09/2016

    » SAN FRANCISCO - Spotify and Tinder said Tuesday they are hooking up to give people a little extra help in the dating game, by adding music preferences to the matchmaking application.

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    Thai Line sticker designer honoured by Asean-Japan Centre

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 21/09/2016

    » Tidlom The Sky Hanger by a Thai Line sticker creator recently won second prize at Asean Character Award 2016, organised by Asean-Japan Centre.

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    Best of the rest

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 21/09/2016

    » The Motorola G4 Plus -- the latest device to join Motorola's Moto G line of smartphones -- is a heck of a good deal. With an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a respectable 5.5-inch full-HD display and up to 64GB native storage (with up to 4GB RAM) that can be increased further with microSD support, it's almost too much to expect from a phone that costs a relatively low price of about 9,000 Baht. Slap on a decent and flexible 16MP back camera, a water resistant frame and a fingerprint scanner for added security, and the Motorola G4 Plus becomes an instant recommendation for anyone looking for an affordable smartphone without sacrificing any (noticeable amount of) power.

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    No paper trail

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 21/09/2016

    » Paperless services benefit both providers and customers. In the healthcare business, paperless services can shorten time spent in a hospital and consolidate medical information.

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    LG UltraWide monitor

    Life, AKIN, Published on 21/09/2016

    » Featured with ideal sharp and realistic image quality, the 34UC79G monitor is strikingly designed in a Curved UltraWide screen, which offers perfect wide-viewing angle. The 34-inch monitor displays 2560 x 1080 Full HD resolution in a 21:9 ratio, giving gamers an entirely new perspective through a cinematic screen. IPS Display helps boost accurate, vibrant and vivid picture colour display, while 144Hz and 1ms Motion Blur Reduction technology let the players enjoy ultimately fluid and clear gaming motion with less than one millisecond refresh rate. Added with AMD FreeSync technology, users can experience flawless image processing, which eliminates tearing and shuttering screens so that gamers won't miss any single shot of the play.

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    Samsung's US$16 billion battery hit

    Life, James Hein, Published on 21/09/2016

    » The news has not been good for Samsung with the Note 7 still causing problems as they recall every unit. This situation is unusual for Samsung as they are normally better at the component supply chain. Apple, of course, is taking advantage after their own antenna gate and I suspect secretly gloating that it has happened to their biggest competitor. As I write this, Samsung has taken a US$16 billion dollar hit at the stock market and has had to drop $25 billion from their market cap value. Samsung has also announced they are selling their printer business to Hewlett Packard.

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    Medical recordsgo online via PHR

    Life, Published on 21/09/2016

    » Public hospitals in Phuket lead the healthcare sector with the use of Personal Health Record (PHR), the system that allows patients to view their own updated medical records.

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    Stay positive

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 21/09/2016

    » 'Smile. No matter how bad today is, tomorrow is going to be better." This is just one of a number of encouraging quotes one can find on SabaiJai, a mobile application developed by Khon Kaen University's Department of Computer Science and Khon Kaen Rajanagarindra Psychiatric Hospital, which was launched earlier this month on the occasion of this year's World Suicide Prevention Day.

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