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25 May 2013 : Google has become deeply involved in a series of projects to build and operate wireless networks in emerging markets including sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia, a report said Friday.
25 May 2013 : A French anti-racism association is launching a mobile application it hopes will help eradicate racist graffiti by enabling users to take photos of offensive tags, geo-locate them and get them removed.
04 Apr 2013 : The mobile phone turned 40 on Wednesday, with no fanfare to mark the occasion in a market which seemed focused on new smartphones like the iPhone and a possible Facebook-themed device.
03 Apr 2013 : Apple is planning to begin production of a new iPhone similar in size and shape to its latest version in the second quarter of the year, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
03 Apr 2013 : Leaked images and specifications point to a monster handset from Korean tech giant Samsung in May and two phablets from BlackBerry before the spring of 2014.
03 Apr 2013 : Thai Tourist Police are promoting the use of an app, Tourist Buddy, which is now available at the iTunes store.
03 Apr 2013 : The US government's stock market watchdog on Tuesday cleared Netflix of improper disclosure of key corporate data, saying it is now acceptable to release pertinent information on Facebook.
03 Apr 2013 : The Nexus-7 is available for order in India, a roadmap has leaked showing BlackBerry is planning to release a tablet, and the latest rumors suggest Samsung is preparing to launch a full HD 8-inch tablet to challenge the iPad Mini head on and that HTC is to re-enter the market with a Windows 8 slate.
03 Apr 2013 : The role of teachers over the next three to five years must and will evolve, and students in the 21st century must have the fundamentals of literacy, numeracy, and digital literacy to cope with the changing circumstances.
03 Apr 2013 : Krit, 13, has been diagnosed with low functioning autism. He has very limited language skills with no awareness of other people. The doctor said he will not develop further.
03 Apr 2013 : Experience loud and clear sound from a compact speaker with a tuned bass port with the JBL Micro Wireless Speaker, the first ultra-portable speaker that features a lithium-ion rechargeable battery, built-in bass port and wireless Bluetooth connection. With a 40mm (1-5/8-inch) driver, it delivers full-range JBL sound with exceptional bass _ yet this pocket-sized speaker fits easily in backpacks or clips on to clothing. You can wirelessly stream audio to the speaker from any Bluetooth-equipped smartphone or tablet, or use the included audio cable to connect to any mobile device or MP3 player. You can even daisy-chain with other JBL Micro Wireless speakers for an even more powerful sonic experience. Lasting up to five hours of uninterrupted audio streaming from its rechargeable battery, it's time for this small wonder to simply let you go wireless. Available in black, red, blue and green, the JBL Micro Wireless Speaker retails for US$59.95 (1,800 baht) at JBL.com. [PICTURE SOURCE: JBL.COM]