Roman is the "gadget geek" of the team, consistently hunting for the latest cool and trendy stuff. Addicted to tech accessories, and glad to share information with other geeks, he is deeply convinced that Cambodia is the perfect home for his geeky finds to spread out !
Motorbikes are the most popular means of motorized transports in Cambodia, representing a strong market and numerous opportunities for motorbike service providers in the country.
Going through one of favorite website’s resources recently, we discovered some devices that might interest most Cambodian riders.
The SmartLock and the SmartBike are two devices that allow you to … More
Samsung recently unveiled three new products during Samsung Unpacked event, a public presentation that took place in both Berlin and New York on Wednesday September 4th.
Samsung then revealed the “Galaxy Gear” smartwatch, along with the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1. The three devices will be available from September 25 in 149 countries. More
Today’s gadget relies on a very specific technology, that can improve a major part of the life of people living in Cambodia, and other areas affected by diseases transmitted by mosquitos.
Mosquitos are guilty of many diseases here, in Cambodia. From malaria, yellow-fever to dengue, these bloodsuckers have been evil plague from humans all along. … More
As huge fans of sci-fi, Geeks in Cambodia looked towards the future of new technologies. Today we decided to focus on a science that allows you to control your electronic devices with nothing but a simple thought.
We discovered Emotiv Systems, an Australian company, pioneer in research and commercialization of neuro-technology products at a large … More
On July 5th, Phnom Penh welcomed the Mobile Social Commerce Conference (MSOC) launched on the initiative of PIKOM and RESOLVO companies. Over 120 delegates from Cambodia, Malaysia, USA, Saudi Arabia and Iran attended the conference officiated by the Minister of Information Cambodia and the Secretary General of NIDA (National IT Development Authority). Geeks in Cambodia … More