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Apple iRadio project in process

Apple recently revealed its ambition to develop a music platform project, allowing users to discover new talents and streaming music online. Further than listening, users would also be able to be easily redirected to iTunes to buy some music.
In this regards, Apple discussed partnerships and royalties terms with Universal music initially, and more recently … More

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Mobile Banking in Cambodia

With more than 5 millions mobile registered users,  3,5 millions 3G subscribers, and smartphones representing 23% of internet activity, Cambodia has an undeniable interest in focusing on mobile solutions development.
That’s what banks already understood, working on ways to provide easy access to bank accounts management to their users. More than internet banking, a bank made the … More

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Microsoft’s Envisioning Center

“In the years ahead, technology will amplify our senses, help us stay connected to people we care about, and transform the way we live, work and play”.
That’s how Microsoft expresses its plans for the future of technology with its Envisioning Center.
Existing products come along with emerging ones in the following video presentation (Kinect, … More

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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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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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