With a single ambition to be the world’s smallest wireless earbuds, Earin is here to introduce the ultimate fuss-free relationship with music: no wires, no cables, and no extra attachments. The earbuds are designed to fit snugly inside the curve of ears, and act as one Bluetooth headphone to seamlessly deliver high quality audio sound.
While Phnom Penh may be the city, there is no reason not to take extra precaution and learn more about Malaria Day 3 Surveillance, a mobile app initiative by the Control and Prevention of Malaria (CAP-M) project in conjunction with USAID Control. Development Innovations will be hosting an introductory session with regional M&E assistant KongMeng Seak this Friday for all to understand both the disease and app further.
In case you missed out, Google gave out $2 billion worth of virtual reality experience at their recent I/O developers’ conference last week. Google Cardboard, dubbed as such because the visor component which houses the phone is as simple as pizza boxes, is a DIY headset in which smartphones can be mounted upon to give the user a virtual reality experience.
For their second meetup last weekend, the Google Developer Group Phnom Penh (GDG Phnon Penh) held an Android App Developer(s) Training session to equip Cambodian developers with the essential trade skills.
Heads up, boys, because none of the single ladies will be parting with a Ringly to put on your affection. Hiding its brains within beauty, this inconspicuous wearable connects to your mobile in a flashier twist.