Phnom Penh based tech review and comparison website Aniwaa have added drones to their ever-growing list of information, in an effort to provide a centralised home for all things new in tech.
The scattered and incomplete nature of many review sites has made it hard for drone buyers to get an objective sense of the … More
In the past few years, Cambodians have adopted cashless payments and money transfers, boosted by high smartphone penetration and cheap mobile data.
Cambodia has traditionally had low formal banking interactions, preferring cash and gold for spending and saving, yet the digital revolution that has changed the way people across the world interact, communicate and shop, … More
As a new generation of young Cambodians learn about the Khmer Rouge era in school, technological advancements such as the Mapping Memories Cambodia (MMC) platform are leveraging geotagging to help tell what happened across the country during the tumultuous and brutal years.
Created by young students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) at … More
By: Alicia Leck
On December 3rd to December 9th of this year more than 100 million students in 180 countries will join the global computer science movement “The Hour of Code” and Geeks in Cambodia is excited to announce that all Cambodian schools is invited!
Organised by IT Academy Step, the Hour of Code is … More
tosJis, meaning “let’s ride” in Khmer, is a platform dreamt up by a group of eight Cambodian university students hoping to revolutionise transportation in the Kingdom.
The team was one of three winners of the recent Toyota Impact Challenge and has been on a six month incubation programme with Impact Hub, who has connected the … More