It’s obvious now. The internet, once the promised land of free and open interactions for all, is now controlled by a few gigantic technology companies — often referred to as Big Tech.
It is the 10th consecutive annual decline in internet freedom.
Although Cambodia was late, citizens and gov’t have since embraced technology.
Approximately 3,000 schools and provincial education departments are targeted.
TV makers flaunted top-notch models meant to lure a those weaned on the internet.
Russia carries out tests to ensure the “security” of its internet infrastructure.
Cambodia is aiming to no longer rely on Vietnam and Thailand for bandwidth.
In fact, India’s digital success story itself is a creation of global demand. When the Y2K crisis hit American and European shores, Indian companies stepped up to the plate and offered COBOL-correction ‘fixes’ at competitive rates.
A new Security Operation Centre to monitor security issues on the internet.
The number of mobile and internet users rises substantially, with active SIM cards outnumbering the population.
With Cambodians becoming more internet-savvy than ever, and for whom social media is a byword for the world wide web, with its latest updates Apple is hoping consumers can utilize its Apple Watch series to monitor the web, facebook, track their health, fitness and much more.
More than 330,700 SIM cards are registered during the first three months of the year.
The head of Britain’s GCHQ call on businesses to work with intelligence officials.
Singapore submitted wide-ranging fake news legislation in parliament.
According to the January 2019 data released by Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia, 117 percent of the population own mobile phones.
3% tax on large internet companies.
Vietnamese businesswoman says every Chinese online shopping event is a golden opportunity for her.
Cambodia now has 12.5 million internet users an increase that follows mobile operators’ service expansion in rural areas.
5G, the fifth-generation of mobile internet connectivity, promises consumers faster data speeds, wider coverage and companies are scrambling to make the best of use of this emerging technology.
Imagine a future where no one goes to an office, but rather, does all their work via the internet. This isn’t science fiction. The independence of being a freelancer, entrepreneur or digital nomad is becoming a reality for more people every day.
A report by LIRNEasia showes that 26% of internet users have experienced online bullying, unwanted sexual advances and stalking.
China should have a more prominent role in shaping the global internet, Xi says.
The current draft of the long-awaited e-commerce law is expected to gain the approval of the Council of Ministers before the end of the year, according to a high-ranking official.
With the rapid growth of mobile internet, more Cambodians are coming online and have a growing appetite for streaming video contents. Everyone has seemed to get hooked on YouTube, the most popular video streaming site ever made.
Sears Holdings files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a plan to close 142 more stores.
Free internet for new iPhone users.
Creators of fake accounts on Facebook are making themselves harder to track.
NBN says it was not economical to expand the fibre network.
There has been a spike in the number of internet connections in the Kingdom.
Telecom Cambodia aims to enhance access to the internet for students across the nation.