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101. tech | 11 Apr 2013
» A patent application from Apple published this month details a notebook computer with a detachable tablet touch screen.
102. opinion | 26 Mar 2013
» Nothing is better than an ice-cream on a hot summer afternoon. When you are nine, the summer ice-cream your mum bought for you when she took you to a fair or something similar attained beautiful meaning.
103. tech | 16 May 2013
» The HP SlateBook x2 can be used as a portable computer with detachable keyboard or as a standalone tablet and proves that Android can support productivity as well as entertainment.
104. learning | 27 Jan 2011
» Thai Patriot Network members (above) and their PAD allies belittle the government's dealings with Cambodia, but yesterday the government did have one success in the removal of the controversial tablet
105. news | 16 May 2013
» SI SA KET - The grieving parents of a three-year-old boy who died after being left behind for seven hours in a converted pickup truck used as a kindergarten minivan are demanding the school take full responsibility for h...
106. lifestyle | 08 May 2013
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» Prepare to take the irrepressible Ride Of The Valkyries as Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra principal guest conductor Claude Villaret leads a programme devoted to the supreme emotion of Richard Wagner.
107. tech | 12 Apr 2013
» A watchdog has launched an investigation into whether children face "unfair pressure" to spend money on apparently free web and app-based games, it said Friday.
108. business | 03 May 2013
» Thai AirAsia (TAA) is taking its fleet enlargement programme a step further with 60 jets now expected to be flying by 2017.
109. news | 25 Mar 2013
» Two people died, including a young child, and two were seriously hurt after an asylum-seeker boat capsized off Australia, but more than 90 were plucked to safety and taken ashore.
110. news | 28 Mar 2013
» Rail expansion, new roads and port improvements will be the first projects to be completed under the government's massive 2-trillion-baht infrastructure investment programme.