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1. learning | 12 Mar 2012
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» Rachawinit School was one of five chosen to try out tablets under the government’s One Tablet per Child scheme. During a visit by the Bangkok Post, both teachers and students seemed quite positive about the experience
2. learning | 11 Feb 2013
» The government's "one tablet per child" policy is getting ready for its second year with 1.8 million devices proposed for distribution.
3. learning | 17 Sep 2012
» CHACHOENGSAO : Computer maintenance outlets stand ready to provide after-sales service for tablet computers provided to schools under the government's One Tablet PC Per Child scheme.
4. learning | 30 Jan 2012
» Chinese IT & mobile powerhouses (ZTE, Huawei, Lenovo) are competing to supply low-priced tablet computers to Thai school children.
5. learning | 09 Sep 2011
» How can tablet computers be used to educate children? Suranand Vejjajiva takes a look at the issues.
6. learning | 18 Jun 2014
» The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has confirmed plans to replace the One Tablet per Child scheme with "smart classrooms" equipped with interactive computer software in every school.
7. learning | 28 Jan 2013
» World's fourth largest PC maker chooses Thailand to introduce new line of lost cost tablets (3,990 baht) for education aiming to govt One Tablet Per Child contract.
8. news | 25 Feb 2015
» The chair of the National Reform Council's (NRC) consumer protection panel has claimed that the new per-second basis packages of mobile operators will be more expensive than the current per-minute ones.
9. news | 24 Feb 2015
» People actually end up paying more for calls under packages offered by crafty mobile phone operators charging the new per second rates, according to the consumer protection panel that campaigned for the change from round...
10. business | 06 Jan 2015
» Lawmakers voted on Tuesday for mobile phone operators to charge users per second instead of per minute, claiming users can collectively save up to 43 billion baht a year.