Fri, November 23, 2007 : Last updated 17:53 hours
Nanotechnology used for fingerprint checks
Verifying a suspect's fingerprints in criminal cases will soon be easier.
Laptops go a long way
Around 40 kilometres from the city of Lampang a small remote village sits in a valley.
Latest technology for the school of hard knocks
Since it is built on the concept of being an educational tool for children to carry around, especially in the....
Intermec Introduces the World's Safest Mobile Computer
HP unveils Business Technology solutions and services
MDAS one year on - collaboration, and creativity helping Thai companies reach Thailand's fast growing online population
AMD Virtual Experience (AVE) expanded through interactivity enhancements and technology partner participation
IBM Thailand Appoints Thanwa Laohasiriwong as New Country General Manager
Electric vehicle needs no driver
It looks like just a simple electric car, with a design that is not yet finished, but when the small orange....
Survey says more R&D funding needed
The IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook has reported that Thailand's science and technology....
TT&T seeks licence to provide VoIP services
TT&T has requested a Calling Card licence from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to provide....
Pairach Thajchayapong : Still putting the nation first
Pairash Thajchayapong, the man who built up Thailand's IT industry, remains highly active in the field....
2-D barcode speeds up services for passengers
RFID gives shrimp-exporter the edge
The Future of Shopping
RFID chips keep dogs tagged
CyberPlanet has global ambitions
Developers out to play games
Winning the game
Inspired by board games
Single Window should be open soon
Wafer-fabrication facility moves down to 0.5 microns
Sensors become chips
More power in numbers
Group aims to increase security
Association aims to reduce logistics costs
Hotel bookings online
Electronic-transaction rules inch closer
Software initiatives to increase tourism
New version of Ubuntu to be launched
Network formed to encourage open-source software
Global recognition sought for Thai-made software
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