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21. tech | 03 Apr 2013
22. lifestyle | 20 May 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» To light hope for women inmates and the underprivileged, the Kamlangjai (Inspire) Project, initiated by Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha, is organising a concert.
23. tech | 22 Apr 2013
» With no unifying or international rating or certification currently awarded, how do you judge the impact that your shiny new smartphone is having on the environment?
24. tech | 29 Mar 2013
» US smartphone owners tend to be connected from the instant they rise until they fall sleep and revel in every minute of it, a Facebook-sponsored study showed.
25. tech | 05 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Vertu, the world's leading provider of luxury mobile phones, has launched Vertu TI, a new contemporary smartphone powered by Android.
26. news | 12 May 2013
» Towering less than an inch short of seven feet, Taishan Dong is the great heavyweight hope of Chinese boxing.
27. business | 22 May 2013
» True Move, the country's third-largest mobile operator, is jumping into the consumer electronic gadget market with the introduction of its own branded smartphone and tablet computer dubbed True Beyond.
28. business | 10 Apr 2013
» Thailand's market for smartphones and tablets is set to grow by 30% to 70 billion baht this year thanks to a tremendous shift in demand from 2G to 3G smartphones, says mobile retail store Jaymart.
29. business | 14 May 2013
» Rakuten Tarad.com, Thailand leading e-commerce marketplace, has earmarked a marketing budget increase of 1,000% this year to chase rapid growth of e-commerce with the advent of the third generation (3G) mobile broadband ...
30. lifestyle | 12 May 2013
Newspaper section: Brunch
» South Korea attracts more than 11 million foreign tourists a year. Some are lured by traditional tourists attractions such as Gyeongbok Palace, Dongdaemun market and Namsan (South Mountain). Others hope to catch a glimps...