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1. business | 30 Apr 2013
» At least a dozen bidders have expressed interest in supplying 1.63 million tablets to the government under the second phase of the state's One Tablet Per Child project.
2. learning | 30 Jan 2012
» Chinese IT & mobile powerhouses (ZTE, Huawei, Lenovo) are competing to supply low-priced tablet computers to Thai school children.
3. learning | 16 Jan 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Learning Thai: The tablet of the future may be no thicker than a piece of paper, bendable and, best of all, unbreakable.
4. business | 17 May 2013
» Shenzhen Scope and Yingtao of China are tipped to win the electronic auction to supply 1.63 million tablet computers worth 4.61 billion baht under the state's One Tablet per Child scheme.
5. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» The project to connect Thailand to a deep sea port at Dawei in Burma has been in the planning stages for a long time.
6. learning | 09 Sep 2011
» How can tablet computers be used to educate children? Suranand Vejjajiva takes a look at the issues.
7. learning | 03 Sep 2012
» Pupils and teachers, working with free tablet PCs given out by the government say they are struggling to keep them switched on
8. tech | 07 May 2013
» If you're in the market for a new tablet and find the idea of the Surface RT or other tablet that runs Microsoft's tablet operating system intriguing, the best advice is to hold that thought, until the end of May...
9. tech | 03 Apr 2013
» The Nexus-7 is available for order in India, a roadmap has leaked showing BlackBerry is planning to release a tablet, and the latest rumors suggest Samsung is preparing to launch a full HD 8-inch tablet to challenge the ...
10. learning | 13 Jun 2012
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» Fun things happen when the children touch an object on the screen of a tablet computer – except apparently on the government's new tablets.