When mobile technology serves journalism in Cambodia

CCIM (Cambodian Center for Independant Media), a cambodian organization created in 2007, aims at promoting independant media, and bringing educational and informative programs to Cambodia.
As elections will take place next july in Cambodia, CCIM made the move to teach journalists how to use new technologies in the reporting process in regards to these upcoming elections.


Rumor : A Windows Phone HTC One

After releasing a Nexus version of HTC one, mobile builder HTC could release a version of HTC One under Windows 8 (or a smartphone very close to the HTC One’s features).
With more than 5 million HTC one sold so far, and an estimated amount of 1.2 million units sold per month, it is a new market … More


A focus on Facebook in Asia

In Cambodia, Facebook gathers almost 800 000 users.
62% of users are men, 38% are women. Major part of users (around 50%) are between 18 and 24 years old.
Top brands on Facebook are online shop Little Fashion, online media Sabay, media Khmerload, and online store KTop.
Facebook has recently grown remarkably in Cambodia, counting … More


Gadget Review : The Voltmaker

As we like to share tips on iPhone’s gadgets, today’s pick is focused on an accessory that can also be used with iPhones, smartphones and other devices such as tablets or handheld game console for instance.

The Voltmaker gadget is a charger, which use can be quickly understood thanks to its tagline : “Completely … More

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