Thais spend 45 hours a week or 6.4 hours a day on the Internet

Thais spent more time on the Internet in 2016, at 45 hours a week on average or 6.4 hours a day.

Protesters unite on social media #ThaiUprising

A large number of people joining the anti-government December 9 mass rallies are using the social media to communicate their actions to the world by using the hash tag; #Thaiuprising.

Twitter gets newlook, becomes more Facebook like

Twitter has revealed that it is getting a new look, with the micro-blog redesigning its profile pages.Now, and this may sound familiar to Facebook users, Twitter allows users to upload a new header photo which will appear whether you view a profile on the web or through the service’s myriad apps.So far so Facebook Timeline, but Twitter reckons the new design is all about bringing meaning to Twitter profiles.Bringing meaning”Starting today you can make your presence on Twitter more meaningful with new Twitter profiles,” explained the blog.”New profiles help you get to know people better through their pictures. Photo streams now appear below anyone’s most recent Tweets on iPhone, Android and iPad.”Swipe through the stream to see the photos other users have shared or tap any thumbnail to view their photos in fullscreen.”If you want to see these new profiles in action then head over to @todayshow where they have already made use of the new look.Related StoriesEd Sheeran is UK’s most pirated artist, Drake tops USShazam ups the second-screen ante, gets massive TV show boostZuckerberg knocked off top of media power list by GoogleAmazon Cloud Player heads to the UKNew BBC chief will look to create ‘genuinely digital content’ for first time

Is there a life after Social Networks?

In Thailand around 28% of the people have Facebook accounts. As of now, every minute 277,000 people login to Facebook which amount to 6 million Facebook views