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Mio Slice

Posted by pakin On October - 12 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The Mio Slice lets you get real-time heart rate intensity feedback with a personal score. It tracks heart rate, resting heart rate, sleep, calories burnt, steps, distance and time, and automatically monitors sleep quality. You can receive phone call and text message alerts, and it’s water resistant up to 30m. Battery life is up to five days depending on usage and setting.

Filip 2

The Filip 2 offers two-way communications. The stored numbers can send messages to the device. With built-in GPS, GSM and Wi-Fi, the Filip 2 acts as a tracking device with parents able to locate their children using the companion iOS or Android app. The GPS sensor extends to geo-fencing features; up to five of these can be set up.

Nuheara IQbuds

The wireless earbuds allow streaming of all your favourite music and audio content. They are sweat proof and water resistant. Selectively tune in or out the world around you with Super Intelligent Noise Control. Choose the best blend of your digital music and real world sounds for situational awareness. Enjoy 16+ hours on-the-go Bluetooth streaming and 32+ hours on-the-go Hearing Processing.

Amazfit Moonbeam

With a lightweight, beautifully-crafted and uniquely elegant design, the Amazfit is able to track your activity of steps, distance travelled, running and calories burnt, and monitor sleep. It features silent vibrating alerts for incoming calls and alarms. Personalise your device with many available wristband and necklace accessories.


More than 73,800 visit Royal Urn in one day

Posted by pakin On September - 27 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The number of people visiting the Grand Palace’s Dusit Maha Prasart Throne Hall to pay respects before the Royal Urn of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej peaked at 73,889 persons on Monday, the Bureau of Royal Household reported at 3am on Wednesday.

A total of 11,334,277 people had visited the Royal Urn over the past 328 days. During the same period, public merit-making donations for the late King totalled Bt839,463,722.76.

The beloved monarch passed away on October 13 last year. The Royal Cremation is scheduled for October 25-29.


Yingluck verdict ‘still being read’ at 2pm

Posted by pakin On September - 27 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Deputy spokesman of Pheu Thai Party Wim Rungwatanachinda told reporters the verdict in the case against former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra was still being read by the Supreme Court as of 2pm on Wednesday.

He had left the courtroom to talk to reporters

The Supreme Court took almost three hours to read the verdict on the fugitive former prime minister’s alleged negligence in her government’s rice-pledging scheme.

However, at 2pm, there was rumour that the court had finished reading the verdict.


Thailand is staging the “Digital Thailand Big Bang 2017” exhibition under the concept of Digital Transformation Thailand.

The government says now marks the beginning of the implementation part of its efforts to reform economy and society into Thailand 4.0.

The exhibition feature the latest technological innovations, and brings together more than 120 companies engaged in digital technology that are sharing their insights.

The event continues until September 24 at Challenger Hall 1-2 at Impact in Muang Thong Thani.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said: “Digital Thailand Big Bang 2017 is the milestone event which propels the whole nation into the digital era.

“It is organised by the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES), Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA) and co-organised by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC).

The event will display the processes to transform the country to Thailand 4.0, a new engine of growth that will drive the economy forward through high-tech industries and innovations.

In 2017, the government has maximised the use of digital technology in three aspects;

  1. To create new opportunities for economic growth and improve the delivery of government services for its people: the Pracha Rat Internet, to bridge a digital gap by providing high speed Internet accessibility to 74,700 communities in Thailand within a year.

The government is aiming to create innovations through the application of technology, such as e-commerce to enhance the capabilities so that the people can run their businesses online; e-health to enable swift exchange of information between experts and individual units located across the nation; e-education to offer numerous possibilities for distance learning to people, including children, senior citizens and underprivileged; e-agriculture to change the country’s traditional farming to smart farming and to help Thai farmers to become entrepreneurs and e-service to serve as a central information center to facilitate people in obtaining public services.

  1. Ranges of digital innovations: Digital Park Thailand spanning over 600 rai will be built in Sri Racha, Chon Buri as the centre of the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC); support for the Internet of Things (IoT) to local tech start-ups; and smart city initiatives. Digital Park and the development of smart cities will help improve quality of life and the local environment while enabling the country to use resources more efficiently.
  2. Global Connectivity: This is to facilitate international collaboration through digital platforms. The government is in the process of setting up a one-stop service for permits relating to setting up a business. To improve the ease of doing business, cooperation with global partners will be made to support Thai startups to form their businesses and create a cybersecurity.