News | Startup Thailand - Part 45


  • 10 facts you may not know yet about Elon Musk

    Elon Musk creates such a craze after flying his private jet, bringing his mini-submarine to Thailand. The kid-size vehicle, he hopes, may be of any assistance to the Tham Luang Nang Non cave rescue teams in their daunting mission to extract and evacuate the stranded Wild Boars (Moo Pah Academy) footballers from the flooded cave complex.

  • LiveMe launches Fluxr in Southeast Asia

    LiveMe, North America’s top ranked social networking app, has officially announced the launch of a new mobile gaming and eSports live streaming mobile platform for gamers, Fluxr, in Thailand.

  • Israeli startup invented technology to fight fake news

    Nowadays it is quite a difficult task to fight fake news, which is a huge danger for all big brands. The good news is there is now an Israel-based startup called Cyabra Strategy Co., Ltd. who has successfully rebuilt the brands’ confidence.

  • WeChat Pay for Chinese tourists at Centara

    Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, has announced that it is now accepting WeChat Pay transactions on its websites for online room reservations.

  • Pantip hosts E-Sport

    IT shopping mall Pantip Pratunam has collaborated with the public and private sectors to support the Thai e-sports industry, aiming to encourage the younger generation to become more competitive on the global stage.

  • 10 tech to change the world

    Medical tech, digital, artificial intelligence and material tech are among the top 10 technologies to watch this year, says the National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA).

  • Thailand leads Asean IoT exploration poll

    Thailand is the top country in Asean for enterprises to explore and implement Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to boost their productivity and innovation, thanks to awareness based on government policy and investment in both soft and hard infrastructure, according to a survey.

  • AI powered chatbots help reduce violence, say experts

    A group of tech experts is developing a new artificially intelligent chatbot to help victims experiencing domestic violence easier access to justice system and counseling program. The public are asked to join “Police Noi” or a little cop, Facebook page, initiated by DTAC.