SCG keen to share blockchain
Siam Cement Group (SCG) is keen to adopt a blockchain solution for its procurement and payment methods, expecting to encourage participation from 2,400 suppliers by 2020.
AWS expands presence in Thailand
Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud service arm under tech giant Amazon, has vowed to focus on the Thai market by increasing the workforce and possibly setting up a data centre here.
Eagle-eyed phone, with a shark fin
At the end of last month, Oppo was in fifth place in the global smartphone market with a share of approximately 8%, proving that their phones are nothing to sneeze at. But does Oppo's latest top phone deserve attention? Let's find out.
Huawei dismisses new suspension of 'unjust' US ban
BEIJING: Huawei on Tuesday dismissed Washington's three-month delay to a ban on US firms selling to the Chinese tech giant and said the decision would not change the fact it had been "treated unjustly".
Google, Facebook, Amazon decry French digital tax as 'discriminatory'
WASHINGTON: American tech giants Amazon, Facebook and Google joined forces on Monday to decry the French digital tax as retroactive and discriminatory.
AIS unveils 5G auto surveillance
Leading mobile operator Advanced Info Service (AIS) has launched 5G-equipped surveillance vehicle technology that can help detect suspicious items and automobiles in southern Thailand.
OTT content filter proposed
Over-the-top (OTT) service providers operating businesses in Asean will be urged to jointly establish a centre in each country to help screen out fake, fraud and illicit content on their platforms, according to a proposal agreed upon by telecom regulators in the bloc.
Asean consumers favour automation
People in Asean are positive about completely automated interactions with brands, according to the Adobe Experience Index, which gauges consumer expectations.
Cambodia launches state-backed online sales platform
PHNOM PENH: Cambodia has launched Tinh Tinh E-commerce, the country’s first state-backed online marketplace, designed to help local businesses sell their products in the global market.
US may give Huawei another 90 days
SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON: The US Commerce Department is expected to extend a reprieve given to Huawei Technologies that permits the Chinese firm to buy supplies from US companies so that it can service existing customers, two sources familiar with the situation said.
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