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101. tech | 06 Nov 2013
» Google on Tuesday launched a new online service called "Helpouts," aiming to connect businesses and consumers to solve problems or get advice on a range of issues.
102. business | 30 Oct 2013
» The telecom committee of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has declined to approve a proposal by Thaicom Plc, the country's sole satellite service provider.
103. business | 07 Dec 2013
» The ongoing political turmoil will drive demand for virtualisation desktop software that enables users to work from anywhere if they cannot go to their offices, says a software and service company.
104. multimedia | 26 Oct 2013
» With foreign troops due to pull out by the end of next year, so-called "insider attacks" on the rise in Afghanistan, this time killing at least one Afghani soldier. Gavino Garay reports. - REUTERS
105. business | 03 Dec 2013
» The protests will likely undermine investor confidence and an already fragile growth outlook for next year, a credit negative factor for Thailand, according to Moody's Investors Service.
106. news | 30 Nov 2013
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will resume services on the northern railway line from Uttaradit to Chiang Mai tomorrow now that repairs, which started in September, have been completed.
107. business | 02 Nov 2013
» Instagram began displaying ads, as Facebook moved to start making money from the smartphone photo sharing service it bought in a billion-dollar deal last year.
108. learning | 29 Jan 2013
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» Phue Thai’s Pongsapat Pongcharoen’s pledge to expand Bangkok’s free bus service must not depend on national funding, says the Transport Minister, making it an instant campaign issue.
109. learning | 19 Nov 2010
» Middle men with political influence profit from bus concessions without doing much, leaving consumers with inferior service and bus operators with bills higher than they should be.
110. business | 04 Nov 2013
» Italthai Engineering Co (ITE), a leading engineering and construction service provider, expects revenue to grow by 53% to 6.15 billion baht in the next five years, thanks to rising demand for renewable energy.