In 2017, the Education and Health Ministries reportedly said that Cambodia is starting to experience the ‘double burden of malnutrition’ where obesity cases among children is progressively increasing over the years.
The United States and China open a pivotal round of high-level talks.
The New York Times reported on Saturday that the US government has defined 5G competition as a “new arms race”.
Despite experiencing rapid growth in the last few years, financial technology services in the Kingdom are still underdeveloped and underused, insiders said last week during the annual conference of the National Bank of Cambodia.
This year marks a very significant milestone to AIA as it celebrates its 100th anniversary as the leading insurance provider across Asia.
After putting on the biggest real estate events throughout 2018, Realestate.com.kh is at it again in the first quarter of 2019. It’s now bringing a huge Home & Lifestyle Expo to the local Cambodian market.
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The Telecom Ministry plans to install fifth-generation Wi-Fi technology in Angkor area.
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US and China made progress on “structural issues”, China’s commerce ministry said.
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount in Berlin.
China has proposed a ban on forced technology transfer.
Today Cellcard revealed its plan to launch an eSIM service with a major Chinese technology partner before the end of the year.
Frost & Sullivan recognizes Smart Axiata Co Ltd as ‘Cambodia Mobile Service Provider of the Year 2018’ for the third year straight and ‘Cambodia Mobile Data Service Provider of 2018’.
Smart Axiata launched Cambodia’s first voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) service that allows users to make and receive calls and SMS on their devices over any WiFi connections worldwide, Stjepan Udovicic, chief marketing officer said.
Asean’s rapid urbanisation has implications for important issues such as strained infrastructure, rising inequalities, and public safety and security.
In this age of technology, more often than not we would find children of all ages with their head buried in gadgets – be it smartphones, tablets, or even laptops. Everyday there is always a new video to watch or new music to listen to.
I have read quite a lot of articles discussing about the irrelevance of social media and how it has changed, mostly negatively, the way people connect with each other.
Myanmar and India sign a MoU on state-level cooperation in science and technology.
Huawei has been struggling lately to engender goodwill and dispel doubts from regulators in many of its most developed and lucrative overseas markets. Elliott Zaagman tells why.
An Information Ministry official has warned that the development of new technologies can also have a negative effect on a nation.
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.
All IT companies are expected to connect to cloud services by 2025.
The United States expects China to take immediate action to cut tariffs on US car imports.
In the face of increasing cyber threats and attacks in some Southeast Asian states, Asean formally initiated a cyber security working group in 2016.
With the technological advancements and other proofs of modernity, it is surprising and quite puzzling how people – the young, especially – still find it hard to connect to others, to expand their knowledge and perspective and to identify what’s real and what’s not or what’s beneficial and what’s not.
Mark Hughes has been a strong advocate of the VAR but the Welshman felt the technology had been used badly.
Oxfam holds the official launch for its blockchain-based project BlocRice.
Apple will employ trafficking survivors to work in its retails stores.
Deepfake technology can enable users anywhere to fabricate video of virtually anyone, doing and saying anything. With the help of artificial intelligence, the technology allows users to combine and superimpose images on to existing source video.