It is not unusual for a technology or tool to disappear from a community when the people thereof find or receive more modern and more convenient alternatives. Yet, irreplaceable old things are worthwhile to reminisce for those who still use it.
A new Security Operation Centre to monitor security issues on the internet.
The US formally bans technology giant Huawei from government contracts.
As the international humanitarian community collectively acknowledges the need for sector-wide change, rhetoric has focused mainly on improving the effectiveness of humanitarian action.
Fifth-generation cellular networks will stretch across most of the industrialized world within a few years. Thanks to researchers and developers in Bologna, Italy, that will include the inside of buildings, opening up a wide range of new uses.
In your grandfather’s or father’s time, one needed to buy thick, expensive dictionaries and other books to read and improve your English.
France’s Senate gives final approval to a tax on big technology companies.
The trade war, for example, will have an impact not only on the US and China but also on other countries because of the global supply chain, markets and the global financial system, as everything is interdependent and interlinked.
Drivers and passengers will also enjoy the silence inside the car thanks to its German engineering quality which reduce both noise and vibration.
Va Sonyka compiles four websites that would give you different flavours of tech information in Cambodia and around the world.
Prime Minister Hun Sen requests China to offer more Science and Technology training opportunities for Cambodians.
A policy of no talks about technical standards with Huawei following US blacklisting.
The US Justice is preparing an investigation of Google to determine whether it violated laws to ensure fair competition.
Labour Ministry hosts an event to discuss the future of work with labour experts.
An international expo on big data opens in Guizhou, focusing on the latest innovation of the technology and its applications.
Tan Chong Motor (Cambodia) Pty. Ltd. (“TCMC”), sole and exclusive distributor of Nissan vehicles in the Kingdom of Cambodia, introduces the All-New Nissan TERRA which is built at Nissan’s production hub in Thailand for the Southeast Asian market.
Cases of forced transfer of technology in China are increasing, a lobby says.
Municipal police are considering implementing high-tech security cameras from China to help solve traffic accidents and crack down on crimes in the capital.
Philips said it expects sales to accelerate in coming months.
We should not leave our teens entirely to the internet to educate them on sex. We need to exert our positive influence through proper sex education in school.
Abu Dhabi will commit up to $272 million to support technology startups.
5G technology is one of the key tools for Cambodia to realise the ambition to leapfrog its economic structure to a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
Cambodia and South Korea signed agreements to further cooperation in various sectors including public health, human resource development, transportation, energy, infrastructure, technology, trade, and investment on Friday March 15.
Viral hepatitis kills. It kills many people every day, all over the world. It is so widespread, yet so many remain ignorant about the risk of contracting the disease, and the need to shield themselves with the best technology of modern times – IMMUNISATION.
Technology is a tool to make life easier. But having access to it is another story – especially for girls and women.
Economic success at home will define Cambodia’s role and leverage abroad. Therefore, foreign economic diplomacy is regarded as the key pillar of Cambodia’s foreign policy.
The Civil Service Ministry yesterday urged public institutions to go digital to provide more efficient and timely services to the public.
Tourists in Shanghai can now have their faces scanned to hop on and off sightseeing buses, China Daily reported yesterday.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on everyone to fight against fake news, saying someone was trying to spread false information to destroy Cambodian society.
The United States says Cambodia should consider becoming a signatory to the Cape Town Convention, an international treaty that experts say will open access to the latest aviation technology and expand the international networks of local airlines.