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Analysts upbeat on Samsung S23 series

Analysts upbeat on Samsung S23 series

The launch of Samsung's flagship S23 smartphone lineup is expected to fit well with the "premiumisation" trend seen across the global smartphone markets while receiving a boost from financing and trade-in programmes, according to industry analysts.

3 Feb 2023
Agency seeks to better e-government ranking

Agency seeks to better e-government ranking

The Digital Government Development Agency (DGA) is targeting the E-Government Development Index (EGDI) ranking for Thailand reaching 40th globally by 2027, up from 53rd at present, with data-driven platforms supporting the government's smart nation and smart life schemes.

2 Feb 2023

The impact of ChatGPT

The immediate popularity of the AI chatbot upon launch has several industry analysts and academics musing on its usefulness.

30 Jan 2023 39
The impact of ChatGPT
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Blackpink shop and exhibition open at ICONSIAM

Calling all Blinks in Bangkok and beyond -- a Blackpink concert exhibition with pop-up shop is now on display at ICONSIAM.

31 Jan 2023 2

Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn

NEW YORK - Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.

25 Jan 2023 3

'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations

LOS ANGELES: The multiverse sci-fi smash “Everything Everywhere All At Once” on Tuesday topped the Oscar nominations with 11, as Hollywood formally kicked off the race to the Academy Awards on March 12.

24 Jan 2023 1
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Analysts upbeat on Samsung S23 series

The launch of Samsung's flagship S23 smartphone lineup is expected to fit well with the "premiumisation" trend seen across the global smartphone markets while receiving a boost from financing and trade-in programmes, according to industry analysts.

04:00
Analysts upbeat on Samsung S23 series
2 Feb 2023

Seeing is believing? Global scramble to tackle deepfakes

WASHINGTON - Chatbots spouting falsehoods, face-swapping apps crafting porn videos and cloned voices defrauding companies of millions -- the scramble is on to rein in AI deepfakes that have become a misinformation super spreader.

2 Feb 2023
Seeing is believing? Global scramble to tackle deepfakes
2 Feb 2023

AIS retains chief executive for another year

The board of Advanced Info Service Plc has decided to retain chief executive Somchai Lertsutiwong at the mobile operator for another year.

2 Feb 2023
AIS retains chief executive for another year
2 Feb 2023

Agency seeks to better e-government ranking

The Digital Government Development Agency (DGA) is targeting the E-Government Development Index (EGDI) ranking for Thailand reaching 40th globally by 2027, up from 53rd at present, with data-driven platforms supporting the government's smart nation and smart life schemes.

2 Feb 2023
Agency seeks to better e-government ranking
2 Feb 2023

Lofty expectation for metaverse potential

A projection suggests the metaverse could contribute US$11-21 billion per year to the Thai economy by 2035, according to research conducted by London-based consultancy Deloitte.

2 Feb 2023
Lofty expectation for metaverse potential
1 Feb 2023

Spot the bot: ChatGPT creator helps suspicious readers

SAN FRANCISCO: Creators of the ChatGPT bot that is causing a stir for its ability to mimic human writing have released a tool designed to detect when written works are authored by artificial intelligence.

1 Feb 2023 6
Spot the bot: ChatGPT creator helps suspicious readers
1 Feb 2023

Gaming world finally gets its own Grammy

LOS ANGELES: From "The Legend of Zelda" theme to the infectious "Super Mario Bros" score, sound and music have long been foundational to the gaming experience.

1 Feb 2023 2
Gaming world finally gets its own Grammy
1 Feb 2023

Is the new Twitter just like the old?

The Twitter situation is complex and somewhat confusing. On the one hand, all kinds of people from The Babylon Bee satirical website to former US president Donald Trump have been allowed back on the platform. The stated aim is to allow freedom of speech to be supported by Twitter once again. On the other hand, you can be banned by linking to a public photo of a public person on a public platform. The rule for the latter appears to only be for friends of Elon Musk. A YouTube channel I enjoy watching, The Quartering, did this after someone else had been banned and was also almost instantly banned himself. This is of course wrong in every respect especially given the individual in question, apparently now hypocritically, is always banging on about freedom of speech. Update, the ban is permanent.

1 Feb 2023
Is the new Twitter just like the old?
31 Jan 2023

Daol signs MoU with InterOpera

Daol Digital Partner, a technology firm under Daol (Thailand), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with InterOpera to strategically collaborate on providing digital asset services in Thailand.

31 Jan 2023
Daol signs MoU with InterOpera
31 Jan 2023

Five healthy digital habits

It's not too late to make resolutions that will make your digital life safer and more convenient.

31 Jan 2023 2
Five healthy digital habits
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Blackpink shop and exhibition open at ICONSIAM

Calling all Blinks in Bangkok and beyond -- a Blackpink concert exhibition with pop-up shop is now on display at ICONSIAM.

31 Jan 2023 2

Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn

NEW YORK - Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.

25 Jan 2023 3

'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations

LOS ANGELES: The multiverse sci-fi smash “Everything Everywhere All At Once” on Tuesday topped the Oscar nominations with 11, as Hollywood formally kicked off the race to the Academy Awards on March 12.

24 Jan 2023 1