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31. business | 03 May 2013
» The National Statistical Office (NSO) is using tablet computers for the first time to conduct its agricultural census and shorten the time to gather data.
32. news | 02 May 2013
» An electronic auction to buy 1.6 million tablets for Prathom 1 (Grade 1) and Mathayom 1 (Grade 7) students and their teachers will be postponed for a month.
33. learning | 30 Aug 2011
» Lenovo of China introduces two new tablet computers. With tablet usage skyrocketing in Asia and variety increasing, competition bound to heat up.
34. 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.
35. tech | 17 Apr 2013
» The latest YouTube application update for iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) is in keeping with the one for Android: users can now enjoy live and streamed videos on their smartphones and tablets.
36. learning | 17 Sep 2012
» CHACHOENGSAO : Computer maintenance outlets stand ready to provide after-sales service for tablet computers provided to schools under the government's One Tablet PC Per Child scheme.
37. tech | 24 Apr 2013
» Already available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, Xbox's second-screen enhancement app has now been deployed specifically for the second generation Kindle Fire and Kindle HD devices.
38. learning | 12 Mar 2012
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» Rachawinit School was one of five chosen to try out tablets under the government’s One Tablet per Child scheme. During a visit by the Bangkok Post, both teachers and students seemed quite positive about the experience
39. 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.
40. tech | 03 May 2013
» Intel Corp. named Brian Krzanich chief executive Thursday as the struggling chipmaker grapples with a rapid shift from desktop computers to smartphones, tablets and Internet "cloud" services.