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  • LIFE

    Cool as ice

    Life, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Bangkok is known for its food and shopping and not usually its ice, but Chicago Blackhawks player Johnny Oduya came to play. The NHL hockey player hit the rinks for the 2012 Land of Smiles Ice Hockey Tournament last week.

  • LIFE

    Bond goes back to the future

    Life, Published on 31/10/2012

    » No, Mr Bond, we don't expect you to die. Not before Adele sings over the opening credit sequence of shadows and gunshots. But it seems impossible for anyone, except you, to survive such a fall.

  • LIFE

    Platinum records

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 31/10/2012

    » When he was 23, Japanese-born Kenro Izu moved to New York City, a dream destination for any aspiring lensman. Now an American citizen, the 63-year-old photographer said it was those early years of his life spent in Japan that have left an indelible imprint that remains evident in his work.

  • LIFE

    Sky Lobby

    Life, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre Until Nov 9 Call 02-100-1234 ext 6753-56

  • TECH

    Data to go

    Life, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Kingston DataTraveler Workspace USB Flash drive is certified for Windows To Go, a key feature of Windows 8 Enterprise. DataTraveler Workspace enables enterprises to provision a corporate desktop on an external USB drive, thus allowing users to boot and operate Windows 8 from portable devices. This new drive is a unique external USB 3.0 device that is capable of SSD-like performance. It helps companies and organisations meet both bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives and disaster recovery requirements.

  • TECH

    AIS launches roaming app

    Life, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Carrying your iPad abroad and running data roaming service has become easier with the "AIS Roaming App" launched specifically for iPad users and compatible with both the GSM Advanced and One-Two-Call systems. The app comes with four functions:

  • OPINION

    Great e-book reader with built-in light

    Life, James Hein, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Well it has arrived, my new Paperwhite Kindle. It is small, light, and the text is clear. It is very easy to use with sensible touch areas. The built-in light is great for darker reading areas and the battery technology will allow me to keep it on the whole time and still get a long reading life from the unit. I bought the Wi-Fi version because that is all I need to access my Amazon account. This model does not have any extras like the ability to play music or audio books, so if you need this stick with the earlier models for the time being. For the person who wants to replace their book reading with an electronic device that can be used in the dark then this is perfect and exactly what I want.

  • TECH

    Better late Than Never

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Although a bit late, Microsoft, dominant in both the PC and office suite markets, broke into touch-screen computing last Friday by unveiling its latest Windows 8 operating system in Singapore.

  • LIFE

    The Protestant Cemetery

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 31/10/2012

    » Even without the intimidating darkness or the sounds of dogs howling, you could get goose-bumps when stepping into the Protestant Cemetery, or Susan Farang as it is called in Thai, on Charoen Krung Road. Behind the green iron fence lie hundreds of tombstones.

  • LIFE

    Snakes Alive

    Life, L. Bruce Kekulé, Published on 31/10/2012

    » A magnificent serpent some 5m in length slides along the forest floor looking for another reptile to eat. Its movement is swift but steady. Senses are on high alert as a rat snake moves ahead. The big snake rears up and strikes, pumping venom into the smaller one. The two wrestle for a short while but soon it is all over as the "king" swallows the victim headfirst.

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