True Corp – a holding company of TrueMove, one of the main telcos in Thailand – has announced an alliance with China Mobile (NYSE:CHL; HKG:0941) through a priva...
With these six strategies, Zalora hopes to fend off its many rivals in the fashion ecommerce space.
At the event, aCommerce CEO Paul Srivorakul gave a keynote covering ecommerce trends in Thailand.
2C2P, a Bangkok-based online payment processing company, has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from GMO Global Payment Fund, a sister company of GMO Paym...
GMO Internet Group online payment service provider, GMO Payment Gateway Inc. has announced the Thai launch of its of global payment processing service, GMO-PG G...
here are five Twitter users we’ve handpicked as reliable sources of information about what’s happening in Thailand as the coup rumbles on.
Thailand social media stats: 28 million on Facebook, 4.5 million on Twitter, 1.7 million on Instagram
Thailand has 28 million Facebook users, growing 53 percent faster than the previous year. That makes Thailand Facebook’s ninth biggest country worldwide.
After Thailand’s coup, rulers want to meet with Facebook, Google, Line, to discuss censoring individual users
Thailand’s IT ministry plans to send a government representative to Singapore to talk to Facebook and Google, and another team to Japan to talk to Line.
As of yesterday, Thailand's MICT shut down over 219 websites deemed a threat to the country’s stability.
In line with Dtac’s change of plan, the program is now divided into two tracks – the accelerator and incubator programs. Thus the finalists are separated into t...
The military junta has already ordered over 100 websites to be blocked in the kingdom of Thailand since the army seized power.
Thailand’s OBEC and Microsoft announced an agreement whereby the two will provide 8 million students and 400,000 teachers with access to Microsoft Office 365 Ed...
Thailand's NBTC has asked for cooperation from Thai ISP operators to shut down inappropriate websites
Under martial law: tanks hit streets of Thailand while people take selfies and post pics of hot soldiers
It’s been less than 24 hours since the kingdom of Thailand fell under martial law, but it seems Thais are used to it already.
As of 3 a.m. local time last night, Thailand’s army declared martial law across the country after over half a year of political unrest.
Today, Google finally launched a Thai version of YouTube under a new local domain: YouTube.co.th.
A Thai telco AIS has announced its three winners from its latest incubator program.
Thailand’s leading restaurant review site Wongnai has just secured funding from the investment subsidiary of Recruit Holdings Co., Ltd.
HanksterClub is a dating service that helps users meet new people, but in the much-less-intimidating setting of a group date.