Despite the competitiveness of the gaming market, smartphones are leading by example. So, why exactly have mobiles sparked such change in Southeast Asia?
Thailand is leading the ASEAN community in 5G technology beginning with Chulalongkorn University and the Eastern Economic Corridor project from next year.
‘Appification’, or the process whereby web pages are translated into mobile operating systems for ease of access and use on smartphones, has gained momentum in China
Today, with all the friendly locals still very much around you on the street, you might find yourself reaching for the powerful fountain of information in...
Out of Indonesia's 259 million-strong population, only 34 per cent are active Internet users, according to the latest Digital Yearbook
With a concerted push from the government and private sector, Thailand has taken strides to improve its ICT framework and infrastructure to better enable future growth...
According to Ericsson’s most recent Mobility Report, the number of mobile subscriptions now outnumbers the world’s population.
80% of population aged 25-34 in Thailand own smartphones, a survey by IPG Mediabrands revealed.