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At World Economic Forum on Asean, Talk of Computing Revolution

Industrial Revolution 4.0 is the trend towards automation of industrial processes and new advances in computing.

Cambodia-based Okra Solar’s technology could bring clean energy to the world

Cambodia-based Okra Solar’s technology could bring clean energy to the world Okra Solar, an Australian-founded technology company based in Cambodia, is on a mission to see 100% of the world’s population with access to stable electricity by 2025.

Former refugee bets on Cambodia’s early-stage startups

Logistics tycoon raises $55 million to spur development.

Smart’s innovator programme paves the way for Cambodia’s young startups

As Smart Axiata’s Young Innovator Programme enters the final stages of its second cycle, the five finalists can draw inspiration from two of last year’s successful startups which are making promising strides.

Cambodia’s finance minister: ‘Fintech may play critical role in supporting financial inclusion’

Five years after Aun Pornmoniroth became Cambodia’s finance minister, he shares his vision for the Kingdom’s economy with Southeast Asia Globe.

How blockchain technology could revolutionise microfinance in Cambodia

A new Cambodia-based startup thinks it might have found a way to change how microfinance lenders operate and cut down lending fees by more than half – by jumping on the blockchain bandwagon

Cambodia Threatens Legal Action Against Non-Voters

The government has ordered authorities to arrest anyone who uploads images on social media as part of an opposition election boycott campaign.

China donates electronic, IT equipment to Cambodia’s diplomacy institute

China on Tuesday donated electronic and information technology (IT) equipment worth 75,500 U.S. dollars to the newly-established National Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations (NIDIR) of the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Cambodian Rights Group Hacked Amid Concerns Over China-Linked Cyber Espionage Group

A local rights group in Cambodia said Thursday that it had fallen victim to a hacking attack a week after a U.S. cybersecurity firm announced that an espionage group believed linked to China’s government had targeted a number of stakeholders in a hacking operation ahead of an election later this month.

Cambodian girls defy gender barriers to excel in technology

The Cambodian government has begun an initiative aimed at encouraging young women to study science and technology. The goal is for more women to become future leaders in the country's growing IT sector.

US Company: Evidence Found of Chinese Cyber Attacks on Cambodia

An American company says it found evidence that a Chinese group attacked computers belonging to people and organizations in Cambodia.

Cambodia Builds Biggest Ever Data Centre Via International Deal

Cambodia is in bad need of digital expansion while all around it is already going in the right direction. This international effort is set to provide both the local IT economy and the national government a massive step in their catch-up effort.

Powerful, cheap and Cambodian: Computer dreams being born in the kingdom

When Thul Rithy first moved to Phnom Penh as a young man he lived in a simple pagoda with monks and exercised his keen thirst for knowledge. 

Google Play direct carrier billing comes to Cambodia, Chile, and Peru

With certain carriers, Google Play offers the option to charge purchases directly to your cell phone bill. That option is now expanding to three new carriers in three new countries: Smart Cambodia in Cambodia; Entel in Chile; and America Movil Peru in Peru.

What next, as crypto-currencies enter Cambodian casinos

The warning that unlicensed crypto-currencies are illegal in Cambodia brings no surprises, but will the country cope if gaming and crypto merge?

Police Hunt for Facebook User Calling for Election Boycott

Prime Minister Hun Sen and other senior ruling Cambodian People’s Party figures have labeled those participating in the boycott as “traitors”.

Cambodian Flown to Bangkok to Face Fake News Charge

Thai police filed criminal charges Friday against a Cambodian man who allegedly posted a false report about the Thai prime minister on his website, officials said.

SEREY: an exciting Social Media platform on the blockchain in Cambodia

There is a new Social Media platform that specifically targets the Cambodian market. The country that saw nearly a quarter of the population decimated during the civil war of the 60’s and 70’s, the Khmer rouge regime, and the subsequent famine, is quickly rising.

Vietnam activists question Facebook on suppressing dissent

Vietnamese human rights activists and independent media groups have written to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook Inc’s chief executive, questioning whether the social media platform was helping suppress dissent in the communist country.

Cambodia Creates Award to Encourage Women to Get Into Technology

The government has launched a new award for tech-savvy women who actively contribute to the growth of the technology sector in Cambodia.

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