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1. business | 20 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» As many as 90% of Generation Y surveyed in Thailand said they check their smartphones to update emails, texts and social media sites before they get out of bed.
2. tech | 27 Apr 2013
» US telecom titan AT&T launched a service Friday to use smartphones or tablets to activate home alarm systems and perform other duties like open doors for guests or adjust the temperature.
3. 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.
4. opinion | 27 Mar 2013
» No, the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 will not be the last of the smartphones but it does raise an interesting issue _ where do they go from here? At five inches the screen size is maxed out as far as being a...
5. tech | 30 Apr 2013
» Google's Android mobile operating system extended its dominance in smartphones in the US and other major markets in early 2013, according to a survey published on Monday.
6. learning | 26 Apr 2013
» Not long ago, notebooks replaced desktops, now tablets & smartphones replace notebooks, with declining sales tech markets change quickly.
7. tech | 13 May 2013
» A report by a French expert panel published on Monday recommended imposing taxes on smartphones and tablets but rejected a call for search engine Google to be charged for linking to media content.
8. tech | 01 Apr 2013
» A new stain-repellent coating could make fingerprint-marked and smudged screens a thing of the past.
9. learning | 17 Dec 2012
» Young people want smartphones & tablets, older people want trips to foreign countries. Costly watches & necklaces, the most-desired gifts.
10. tech | 01 Apr 2013
» The booming popularity of play on smartphones or tablet computers in a realm once dominated by videogame consoles was a hot theme at the major Game Developers Conference that ended here Friday.