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71. learning | 26 Oct 2012
» Microsoft took a big step into mobile Thursday, unveiling its latest Windows system with touch controls and offering a closer look at Surface, its entry into the tablet market.
72. learning | 30 Dec 2011
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» A 37-year-old prediction of a dam collapse by a child psychic is causing needless panic, says the Mineral Resources Department director-general.
73. lifestyle | 14 Dec 2013
» When Jackie Huang's first daughter was born, he tried to search for unique toys that were safe, durable and well designed. The hunt turned out to be disappointing as he only found cheap, plastic products, so he ended...
74. lifestyle | 19 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Charnchai Khemkaew was born with physical and learning difficulties. When he was a child, his friends mocked him for his slurred speech, slow responses and abnormal walk, while neighbours told his mother she would have t...
75. news | 05 Dec 2013
» Three Grands Prix have been removed from the provisional Formula One calendar for 2014 at the International Automobile Federation's AGM on Wednesday.
76. learning | 21 Mar 2013
» With tablet computers & mobile phones replacing notebooks & desktops, Pantip moves to change image & reposition itself in the minds of shoppers.
77. news | 29 Oct 2013
» The ancient practice of "swaddling" a baby in a blanket, arms restrained and legs stretched out, is making a comeback, but experts warned Tuesday it was bad for infant hips.
78. learning | 08 Aug 2010
» Oh God, not another one. On a ranking of things Thailand desperately needs right now, where would "an extra province" be? Surely somewhere down in the 900s, wedged between "pay rise for politicians" (#946) and "more Camb...
79. learning | 15 Jul 2013
» 60,000 teachers still missing tablet one year after students received tablets.
80. learning | 13 Mar 2012
» Opps, the government panel members said as they realised the winning Scope tablets for primary students were not as cheap as they thought they were. A new round of bidding has been ordered.