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How to survive without Google Reader

At Geeks In Cambodia, we were big fans of the Google reader features. So when we heard, around one month ago, of the official end to come of our favorite RSS feed reader, we were really puzzled on how to find a new tool providing the same kind of features, able to take over its … More

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A geeky focus on the new Myspace

Although it is already public knowledge that the new Myspace is currently available at the beta stage, here at Geeks In Cambodia we really felt like dropping few lines on this new experiment…
Former social network Myspace was founded in 2003 by Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe and then acquired by Rupert Murdoch on 2005. … More

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Google Translate now features Khmer language!

Google recently announced the arrival of the 66th language supported by Google Translate : Cambodia’s Khmer !
After Lao language added last september, it is now time for Khmer language to make its first steps with the leading online translations tool.
Just a reminder that it is just the beginning, so translations in khmer might … More

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iTwin Connect : Secure and private file access

We had the chance to discover iTwin connect during last Startup Asia event in Singapore.
We received one iTwin connect device as a gift, and had then the opportunity to try it and love it !

Basically, this is how it works :
- You can plug your iTwin into USB port, and copy … More

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Startup Asia Singapore 2013

We had the pleasure to attend the Startup Asia event held in Singapore on april 4th and 5th, at Biopolis.
Organized by Tech In Asia, this two days conference attended by entrepreneurs, investors, media, and tech addicts, showcases Startups from all around Asia, and highlights newly launched products and services.
At Geeks In Cambodia, we are … More

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