Technology | Startup Thailand - Part 10


  • Facebook helps people connect with local businesses

    Over 1.6 billion people around the world are connected to a small business on Facebook while more than 80 million businesses rely on Facebook to maintain an online presence, communicate with customers and drive sales. Facebook updates to Pages, Events and Jobs to make these connections simpler and more valuable.

  • [Infographic] App Economy

    2018 will mark the 10-year anniversary for both the Apple App Store and Android Market. Since the launches of App Store and Play Store in 2008, mobile apps have impacted society at an astounding pace and scale.

  • Thais online for over 10 hours everyday

    Digital lifestyles are seeing Thais online 10.05 hours a day, according to the Thailand Internet User Survey for 2018. The survey was conducted by the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA) during June 15 to July 18 this year with 10,787 respondents.

  • 4 Tech Giants joined the Data Transfer Project

    A recent interesting movement is happening in the technology industry as four intenet giants: Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter recently announced to join the Data Transfer Project (DTP), an open source platform that enable data transfer between service to services.

  • The IT event for digital business in Thailand – CEBIT ASEAN Thailand

    The inaugural CEBIT ASEAN Thailand, organized by IMPACT Exhibitions Management Co., Ltd. and international partner, Deutsche Messe, is designed for the region, taking inspiration from world-renowned CEBIT. It will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, at IMPACT from 18 to 20 October 2018.

  • “AI” changing future of business-industries

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has received more attention from all organizations and companies. Ms.Oranuch Lerdsuwankij, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Techsauce Media Co Ltd, the organizer of Techsauce Global Summit, commented that AI topics gained a lot of attention from attendees literally.

  • 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).