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Mekong ICT Camp 2013

Mekong ICT Camp is currently taking place until may 10th. This event happens once every two years in the Mekong subregion, hosted for this edition in Thailand.
The event consists in workshops, presentations and discussions, focused on tech, information and communication for civil society organizations and citizen media. People taking part in the event come … More

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Mobile review : Samsung Galaxy Win

Initially announced to be only commercialised in China, Samsung Galaxy Win will actually be internationally available, with a first launch in India starting only few days ago.

Announced to be classified as midrange, this smartphone could then compete with some other low cost phones, representing a good value thanks to its good quality components … More

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About Facebook Graph Search

Last january, Facebook made a press release about its new upcoming function : graph search.
Today, Facebook is “more than a billion people, more than 240 billion photos and more than a trillion connections”. Time has come for the social network to offer a way to make those connections more useful, and somehow more profitable.
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Youtube about to launch paid channel subscription service

With already more than one billion monthly users, digital video market leader Youtube just unveiled an addition to its current economic model coming in the following days.
After months of preparation, Youtube will finally release its latest feature : monthly subscriptions to access specific channels.
Estimated to around 1,99$ per month, this subscription service will start with … More

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Digital Aid Asia Forum

Bangkok recently hosted the Digital Aid Asia Forum event, organized by Digital Innovation Asia (DIA).
This forum aimed at raising awareness on how to use digital innovation to drive economic growth in the field of tourism, and helping to reduce on poverty.
This event outlined ways to bridge technologies and travel for capacity building purposes, and to work on responsible tourism … More

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