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1. tech | 25 Dec 2014
» MONTEVIDEO - Uruguay, a country of 3.3 million inhabitants and four times as many cows, hopes to feed 50 million people thanks to drones, "smart" combines and other high-tech farming techniques.
2. news | 24 Dec 2014
» Cabinet has approved the Provincial Electricity Authority's (PEA) proposal for a billion-baht computerised "smart grid" power supply for Pattaya resort city of Chon Buri province.
3. learning | 18 Jun 2014
» The Office of the Basic Education Commission (Obec) has confirmed plans to replace the One Tablet per Child scheme with "smart classrooms" equipped with interactive computer software in every school.
4. learning | 03 Jan 2013
Easy English news
» Each year the government gives out billions for the purchase of school uniforms and learning materials, but there is no guarantee it is always spent on those items. Smart cards could be the answer.
5. learning | 24 Jun 2014
About mobile phones
» 12-year old runs up 200,000 baht bill for playing Cookie Run game on mother's phone, even though phone had 1,000 baht limit.
6. news | 23 Jan 2015
» Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-Shing's Hutchison Whampoa said Friday it is in "exclusive negotiations" to buy mobile phone giant O2 for up to $15.4 billion, in a deal that would create Britain's biggest mobile phone gr
7. news | 22 Jan 2015
» NEW DELHI - US President Barack Obama will co-host Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's regular monthly radio phone-in show next week as part of his packed three-day visit to New Delhi.
8. tech | 20 Jan 2015
» MUMBAI - Twitter said on Tuesday it will buy Indian mobile marketing firm ZipDial, reportedly for $30-$40 million, as it looks to tap one of the world's fastest growing mobile phone markets.
9. multimedia | 12 Jan 2015
» An Indiana couple is charged with child neglect after cell phone video obtained by authorities recorded the pair telling a one-year-old baby to put a gun in her mouth. Jillian Kitchener reports. - REUTERS
10. opinion | 08 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» The consumer protection panel of the National Reform Council (NRC) deserves praise for its initiative to demand a change in mobile phone charging from a per-minute to a per-second basis.