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  • NEWS

    Mini-sub renews search for MH370

    AFP, Published on 16/04/2014

    » PERTH, Australia - A mini-sub searching for missing Flight MH370 was again sweeping the Indian Ocean seabed Wednesday after drawing a blank on a first mission aborted at daunting depths in a laborious operation that could take months.

  • NEWS

    Man City stay ready to pounce if Liverpool slip up

    AFP, Published on 16/04/2014

    » Manchester City know they must keep themselves in a position to pounce if Premier League title favourites Liverpool slip up when they play the first of their two games in hand against bottom club Sunderland on Wednesday night.

  • NEWS

    NACC mulling having own security unit

    Online Reporters, Published on 16/04/2014

    » The National Anti-Corruption Commission is studying the feasibility of having its own security unit to ensure the safety of the organisation and its members, NACC member Vicha Mahakhun said.

  • BUSINESS

    SET up 7.94 points at midday

    Online Reporters, Published on 16/04/2014

    » The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went up 7.94 points, or 0.57%, to close at 1,391.10 points at the end of trading session this morning. The trade value was 11.8 billion baht, with 1.84 billion shares traded.

  • NEWS

    MasterCard: Thais ‘Top Tippers’

    Online Reporters, Published on 16/04/2014

    » Thai consumers are the most generous on Asia-Pacific when it comes to tipping, overtaking Bangladesh and claiming the top spot, according a MasterCard study.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Turning heads

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 16/04/2014

    » Chon Buri-based British artist Thomas Donaldson’s debut solo exhibition is all about facial expressions. With a few exceptions of torso nudes, most of the collection are portraits of women whose expressions are portrayed by smudges and smears of paint.

  • TECH

    Learn about the Land of the Rising Sun

    Life, AKIN, Published on 16/04/2014

    » Those passionate about Japan might find a mobile application called Japan Town interesting. Developed by the Technology Promotion Association (Thailand-Japan), this app is simply all about the Land of the Rising Sun.

  • TECH

    Uber remedy for the taxi blues?

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 16/04/2014

    » An office worker who regularly needs to call a cab to take her home from her workplace, Supatra has often been frustrated with the quality of service provided by Bangkok taxi drivers. But now that she's started using a mobile app called Uber to organise taxi rides, she says there's been a vast improvement in the experience.

  • TECH

    Hackers getting younger

    Life, James Hein, Published on 16/04/2014

    » As a parent here is a headline you don’t want to see every day "A five-year-old boy has found and exploited a password flaw in his Xbox to hack into his father's Xbox Live account". Special irony points for this story comes via the father who is a computer security specialist. Kristoffer, yes you guessed it, from California, broke in by entering the wrong password, navigating to the verification screen and entering spaces before hitting submit. This allowed him entry and exposed a password bug. Microsoft has since fixed the problem and rewarded Kristoffer. As a one-year-old he held down the home key on Dad’s phone to defeat a lockout so it looks like this kid is going places.

  • TECH

    Mother’s Little Helpers Part II: Application Switcher and the Apple menu

    Life, Graham K. Rogers, Published on 16/04/2014

    » On a Mac, Finder has a number of ways in which OS X functions can be controlled. I think of the Finder as a sort of bridge: it acts like an application, but is essential to using OS X. One part of this is an easy-to-use feature called Application Switcher. The Apple menu has several useful ways for quick access to applications and useful information.

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