Calling all city geeks to mark your calendars as BarCamp Phnom Penh 2014 starts its run into the new month! The two-day international technology conference and exhibition will be happening in the second week of September, but it already promises a weekend packed full of events dedicated to this year’s theme, “Empowering Youth through Technology”.
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It has been awhile since we last caught up with the brothers behind ARC Hub PNH, the homegrown moniker with a growing 3D printing presence; and this time they are back — bigger and better. The launch event for their first 3D printing centre will be hosted by Design Phnom Penh this coming weekend, so get ready for two days worth of design-related activities!
Every month we aim to highlight one bracket from the growing pool of iPhone cases available in the market, but this month we are concentrating on the handiness of such cases. The time has come for these cases to prove that they are just here for purposes beyond protection and charging, and take their presences to a whole new level. Whether they are here to support selfie causes with inbuilt remotes, or proving that they are tough enough with measuring tapes, we’ve got you covered.
We have all discussed the business potential of Cambodia before, and the rising flock of startups and investors coming to the country only back up our hunches. Referring to an analytic article released last month by Bangkok Post, we sifted out the top five reasons why Cambodia acts as an attractive new hub for business ventures to embark upon.
With a single ambition to be the world’s smallest wireless earbuds, Earin is here to introduce the ultimate fuss-free relationship with music: no wires, no cables, and no extra attachments. The earbuds are designed to fit snugly inside the curve of ears, and act as one Bluetooth headphone to seamlessly deliver high quality audio sound.