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GOOGLE HELPS OFFLINE DEVELOPERS WITH NEW KIT

Google offers a ton of online developer content and resources, but this is largely inaccessible to regions of the world with limited Internet access. Many developers in these regions can’t gain easy access to the content they need, have trouble streaming tutorials, or just can’t download a software...

TAKING A LEADING ROLE IN RENEWABLE ENERGY

Thailand relies heavily on fossil fuels and imported energy, -          More than 90% of energy comes from fossil-based sources -          60% the total commercial energy consumption is imported. -          The energy imports costs approximately 900 Billion Baht each year. Like so many other nations, Thailand’s dependence on fossil fuels...

THE $700 BILLION MOBILE INTERNET

According to a new report by research firm Digi-Capital, mobile internet revenue will hit $700 billion by 2017. Just last year alone, stock market returns were up by 78% and as of now, there are 32 “billion dollar” mobile internet companies. Some are of these...

GOOGLE’S NEW “JACK AND JILL” ANDROID COMPILERS

The Android OS that powers most of the world’s smartphones has gone through quite a few changes since its launch in 2008 creating a completely new interactive ecosystem for multimedia and apps. With the release of the new Android Lollipop, Google will also replace the existing app development...

THE WORLDS FIRST COMPUTER SEES NEW LIFE

Ross Perot’s decision to decorate his Texas headquarters with relics of computing history, has brought life to the first computer, The ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer). The 27-ton, 1,800-square-foot ENIAC was developed by the American military in 1945 to calculate artillery-firing tables for different weapons under varied conditions and was declared...

FLYING ROBOT WAITERS WILL BE A REALITY

Welcome to Tech this Out. A Singapore restaurant chain is planning to launch flying robot waiters in 2015. With a low seven-figure price tag, these robots are an attempt to ease Singapore’s service sector labor shortage To see the robot waiters in action, click here...

YELLOWFIN NAMED AS A LEADER IN NUCLEUS VALUE MATRIX FOR BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE & ANALYTICS

Welcome to Partnership Thursdays. Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin has recently been named as a ‘Leader’ in the Nucleus Research’s latest Technology Value Matrix report for Business Intelligence and Analytics.  The Nucleus Research is a research firm that specializes in investigative research and the return on...

WINDOWS 10 TO PLAY THE HEART OF LARGE ENTERPRISE CUSTOMERS

Welcome to Worldwide Wednesday. Windows 10 will deliver one Windows Store for all devices giving IT administrators more control by allowing them to curate their own App store for employees. Apps can then be assigned to individual employees depending on needs. As more people move away from PC’s to tablets,...

71% OF THE SOFTWARE INSTALLED ON PC’S IN THAILAND IS NOT PROPERLY LICENSED

Welcome to What’s Trending in Thailand. Using unlicensed software leaves you wide open to attacks from hackers who target company data like financial, customer and employee information. These types of malware threats are the number one reason not to use unlicensed software. Yet, according to a...

STEALTH MALWARE FOUND SPYING ON COMPUTERS FOR YEARS

Welcome to the Weekend Tech-Round up. Researchers have recently uncovered a highly sophisticated piece of malware (“Regin”) that has been used as far back as 2008 to spy on governments, companies and individuals. The Regin malware comes equipped with stealth features designed to avoid detection, living very...