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Facebook sparks row by cutting off researchers

Facebook sparks row by cutting off researchers

Cyber attacks spread amid rise of digital economy

Cybersecurity risks are on the rise following digital transformation and remote work pursued by organisations in the wake of the pandemic, according to Trend Micro, a global cybersecurity company. In addition, the rise of online food ordering, e-commerce and telehealth…

AIS in smart production push 5G network to power industrial solutions

Mr Tanapong reiterated that the aim is focused on regenerating Thai manufacturing with modern solutions to be equal to other advanced nations. Mobile phone operator Advanced Info Service (AIS) has teamed up with two partners to provide industrial solutions powered…

Chinese hackers targeted telecoms firms in Southeast Asia, report says

Cybereason said the attacks were likely meant to facilitate espionage efforts against specific targets “of interest to the Chinese government”. (Reuters photo) HONG KONG: Chinese cyberespionage groups have been targeting major telecoms providers across Southeast Asia, according to a new…

Windows facelift is on the cards

Today we start by looking at Windows 11. Microsoft is getting closer to its new major Windows version, expected at the end of the year. According to the marketing blurb it is focused on “simplified design and user experience” along…

For all mankind Proposed law will accelerate Thailand’s space programme, paving the way for the Kingdom to explore outside Earth’s atmosphere

US Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong walks on the Moon in 1969. (Photo © NASA) Over 60 years ago, Moscow launched a beach ball-sized aluminium satellite, Sputnik 1, into space for the first time in history. Its beep radio signal…

2021 Hulk phone has arrived Galaxy XCover 5 is Samsung’s latest iteration of military-grade toughness for people who work rough jobs

Last year, I reviewed the XCover Pro (bit.ly/3C16RAu) which was summed as being “rubberised all around, waterproof, drop-proof, and having swappable batteries”. This year's iteration of the XCover, the XCover 5, has been tweaked to be smaller, lighter and cheaper…

Group from IT sector offers help

Mr Anothai said IToxyGen believes gathering more people to work together will have a greater impact. People employed in the IT industry have formed a group to provide assistance to people with Covid-19 who are isolating at home amid the…

BIDC bullish on digital content, big data

As the country battles the pandemic, digital content and big data business in Thailand are still expected to thrive this year with 15% revenue growth to 39 billion baht, says Surapong Lertsithichai, chairman of the Bangkok International Digital Content Festival…

Court accepts petition against internet blocking

(Bangkok Post file photo) The Civil Court has accepted a petition by a group of human rights lawyers, media companies and reporters seeking an injunction on a regulation restricting free speech. The court will issue an order on the case…

Zoom to settle US privacy lawsuit for $85m

With Zoom’s rapid growth in the early days of the pandemic came greater scrutiny over its privacy and security. SAN FRANCISCO: Zoom, the videoconferencing firm, has agreed to settle a class-action US privacy lawsuit for $85 million, it said Sunday.…

YouTube suspends Sky News Australia channel

YouTube is owned by Google parent company Alphabet. SYDNEY: YouTube said Sunday it had barred Sky News Australia from uploading new content for one week, citing concerns about Covid-19 misinformation. The move comes after a review of posts uploaded by…

Same same, not different Watch Dogs: Legion Bloodline brings back familiar characters in a familiar setting with familiar gameplay

Though Watch Dogs has had three titles under its belt, it's only in the second game's first expansion, Watch Dogs: Legion Bloodline, that the protagonist of the first game, Aiden Pearce, returns as a playable character. For those who've played…

Covid spurs AI adoption Next step will be to embrace ‘responsible AI’ to build greater trust among stakeholders, according to PwC survey

Many large companies are using AI for internal improvements and upskilling their workforce, or emphasising its use on multiple platforms. Thai organisations have increased the use of artificial intelligence (AI) since the outbreak of Covid-19. Many large companies have invested…

Big Tech booms even as lockdown living wanes

Powerhouses Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet all reported higher second-quarter 2021 revenues even as they face heightened scrutiny from antitrust regulators for their growing dominance of key economic sectors. SAN FRANCISCO: Big Tech goliaths like Facebook and Amazon…

Big Tech booms even as lockdown living wanes

Powerhouses Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet all reported higher second-quarter 2021 revenues even as they face heightened scrutiny from antitrust regulators for their growing dominance of key economic sectors. SAN FRANCISCO: Big Tech goliaths like Facebook and Amazon…

True launches budget plan Content package to cost B49 per month

True Group, a telecom, tech and digital media service provider, has ushered in a budget content package combining content from both TrueID+ and TrueVisions Now Lite streaming services on the TrueID app as people spend more time online during the…

Measures unveiled to assist the public

The telecom regulator, in collaboration with major carriers, has devised new measures to assist people during the pandemic, including a free mobile internet package for students studying online and offering communication devices to people in home and community isolation. Other…

Bridging the digital divide in Asia-Pacific Operators, vendors, government and industry need to join hands and create an ecosystem to reach the 700 million ‘unconnected’ people.

‘Digital skills and literacy are not just the foundation for the digital economy; they are also a basic human right,’ says Huawei chairman Liang Hua. We are now living in a digital world, accelerated by businesses and governments globally as…

Covid spurs AI adoption Next step will be to embrace ‘responsible AI’ to build greater trust among stakeholders, according to PwC survey

Many large companies are using AI for internal improvements and upskilling their workforce, or emphasising its use on multiple platforms. Thai organisations have increased the use of artificial intelligence (AI) since the outbreak of Covid-19. Many large companies have invested…

Israel minister to discuss Pegasus scandal in France visit

The Pegasus spyware, developed by Israeli firm MSO and allegedly used to target French President Emmanuel Macron, will be on the agenda of the Israeli defence minister’s talks in Paris this week. JERUSALEM: Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz will meet…

Draft of new tax for EV industry on track

An electric vehicle charges at a PTT station in Nonthaburi province. (Post Today photo) The draft of a new excise tax for the electric vehicle (EV) industry is on track and is expected to be finished this year, said Lavaron…

NT’s plan for 5G yet to emerge

National Telecom (NT), a merged unit of CAT Telecom and TOT, has yet to come up with a clear plan for its 5G business as its board remains unconvinced by management's proposal, according to a source at the board who…

Initiative aims to provide talent for the EV industry

An electric boat, developed by Energy Absolute to serve Bangkok passengers, passes the Temple of Dawn on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. SET-listed Energy Absolute Plc (EA), a renewable energy developer and operator, has teamed up with Rajamangala…

Don’t get caught out on camera

– In the new Covid world, office workers are now regularly in meetings from home. Many of these meetings these days now also include a video feed. The first thing others in the call do when someone pops up, is…

Glide and clean the room Dyson Omni-glide is Dyson’s 2021 compact vacuum cleaner for city folks

Dyson Omni-glide Dyson Dyson has been coming up with new versions of their vacuum cleaner every few years, adding new features and functions along the way. For 2021, they have built a cordless compact vacuum that suits small rooms and…

Glide and clean the room Dyson Omni-glide is Dyson’s 2021 compact vacuum cleaner for city folks

Dyson Omni-glide Dyson Dyson has been coming up with new versions of their vacuum cleaner every few years, adding new features and functions along the way. For 2021, they have built a cordless compact vacuum that suits small rooms and…

BSA pushing for licensed software

Tarun Sawney, senior director of BSA | The Software Alliance. The upsurge in unlicensed software usage is attributed to the rise of remote work and megastructure project development, according to BSA | The Software Alliance, a global software advocate, and…

‘Hotel Rwanda’ activist’s daughter hits out at spying claims

Carine Kanimba has been battling to free her father, ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Paul Rusesabagina. KIGALI: The daughter of detained “Hotel Rwanda” hero and outspoken government critic Paul Rusesabagina lashed out Tuesday after a media probe found indications she had been…

Future tech fears Millennials and boomers more guarded than others about technology to come, says Kaspersky

Generations Z and X in Southeast Asia are less afraid about future technologies such as biometrics, smart appliances, robotic devices and deepfakes, while Millennials and Boomers have their guard up, according to the multinational security firm Kaspersky. The conclusions stem…

US, allies accuse China of global cyber hacking campaign

Computer code is seen on a screen above a Chinese flag in this July 12, 2017 illustration photo. (Reuters photo) WASHINGTON: The United States and a coalition of allies accused China on Monday of a global cyber hacking campaign that…

Peking University joins China’s semiconductor push New school dedicated to chips set up

A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board during a research work to design and develop a semiconductor product at Tsinghua Unigroup research centre in Beijing on Feb 29, 2016. (Reuters photo) HONG KONG: China's prestigious Peking University has…

Peking University joins China’s semiconductor push New school dedicated to chips set up

A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board during a research work to design and develop a semiconductor product at Tsinghua Unigroup research centre in Beijing on Feb 29, 2016. (Reuters photo) HONG KONG: China's prestigious Peking University has…

50,000 phone numbers worldwide on list linked to Israeli spyware: reports

Pegasus activates a phone’s camera and microphone, acting as a pocket spy. WASHINGTON: An Israeli firm accused of supplying spyware to governments has been linked to a list of 50,000 smartphone numbers, including those of activists, journalists, business executives and…

50,000 phone numbers worldwide on list linked to Israeli spyware: reports

Pegasus activates a phone’s camera and microphone, acting as a pocket spy. WASHINGTON: An Israeli firm accused of supplying spyware to governments has been linked to a list of 50,000 smartphone numbers, including those of activists, journalists, business executives and…

Thai arms of 2 Japanese firms to jointly test EV use for goods delivery

Mitsubishi Motors Corp President Osamu Masuko stands next to the Minicab-MiEV, a minicar-class commercial electric vehicle, in Tokyo on Nov 24, 2011. (Kyodo photo) Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co has signed a memorandum of understanding with Hitachi Transport System Ltd's local…

Thai arms of 2 Japanese firms to jointly test EV use for goods delivery

Mitsubishi Motors Corp President Osamu Masuko stands next to the Minicab-MiEV, a minicar-class commercial electric vehicle, in Tokyo on Nov 24, 2011. (Kyodo photo) Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co has signed a memorandum of understanding with Hitachi Transport System Ltd's local…

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