Tech sector in Cambodia has been booming in recent years.
The NUM Social Innovation Lab, hosted a 2-day workshop with a theme “Women’s Leadership Academy for Women in Tech”.
In a 2018 research done by Mekong Strategic Partners and Raintree involving 300 tech startups, it was revealed that 85 per cent of those founders were Cambodian nationals and 70 per cent of those are under the age of 30.
A major conference opens for AI researchers and tech industry leaders.
With no immediate end in sight to the China-US trade war, China needs to boost its domestic economy to withstand the negative impact of the feud. The key is to retain the vigor and capability of China’s high-tech sector.
Public concern over data privacy is pushing tech giants to change their ways.
Government will create $5-million annual fund to strengthen the tech startup scene in the country says PM.
Chinese tech giants are in the hunt for young, energetic staff to take the place, in some cases, of veteran managers.
Xiaomi said its 2018 revenue reached 174.9 billion yuan ($26 billion).
Cambodian youth nowadays enjoy the challenges that are ever present in the start-up world. They take the challenges as motivation to learn more and do more tech-related works, knowing that they don’t really need formal education or training in IT; just pure and strong commitment and willingness to learn
Britain needs to overhaul its competition rules to tackle the dominance of tech giants.
Khmer Times’ Sum Manet sits down with Siem Reap-based tech entrepreneur Sinal Meas, who in 2015 started Bayonia.com, a platform for families looking to book hotel rooms in the Kingdom.
The government plans to focus on developing tech startups in the small and medium enterprise, education and digital skills sectors before expanding to tourism, agriculture, and health.
World tech companies to boost cooperation with Chinese firms at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Baidu Inc has become the first Chinese company to join an artificial intelligence (AI) ethics group led by top US tech firms.
Four global tech giants will oppose an Australian law that would require them to provide access to private encrypted data.
Starting tomorrow, all vehicles accessing Phnom Penh International Airport will be welcomed by a new hi-tech parking lot, which has been designed to ease traffic congestion, according to an airport representative.
Virtual-reality goggles are helping BP’s shale business turn a profit for the first time.
Mercari’s app allows users to buy and sell from each other.
Rolls-Royce is to cut 4,600 jobs over two years in the latest attempt to reduce costs.
Finnish tech giant Nokia is continuing to pump out capable and affordable smartphones for its dedicated consumers.
Acleda Bank aims to have all its branch offices fully digitalised with high tech tools.
Jenni Hirku, the founder of Women in Tech Conference, speaks to gauge the benefits of exacting a cultural change in the male-dominated industry.
Tech giants including Google will for the first time face rules governing their commercial relations with smaller businesses.
China is trying to shed its notoriety as a hub for counterfeit goods.
Bin Salman pulls out of touring a mega-campus for tech startups in Paris.
Enrollment of the fourth Cambodia ICT Awards opens, Application will close on May 21.
The next generation of Internet giants gather in Portugal for four days of tech-fuelled networking, nights out and surfing offline.
First-year university students around the world who do not have a family history of higher education, or who come from a low-income background, are invited to apply for the Future Global Leaders Fellowship.
Where do you want to go in Phnom Penh? The Tos Tov application allows you to go by tuk tuk or taxi.