Thailand’s Tourist Police Division has launched an official account for the Line app on smartphones. The account offers stickers of “Lieutenant Change” as part of the Royal Thai Police Community Policing project.The Line app provides news and information for tourists as well as allows a two-way communication flow. The Tourist Police Division has already established […]
In a follow-up to the 2012 Students with Solutions mobile application contest aimed to involve Thai university students in the development sector, USAID recently highlighted contestants from the Mobile Solutions for Development contest at USAID regional headquarters in Bangkok. As opposed to the previous contest that emphasized Thai university engagement, this years contest was broadened […]
Echelon Ignite will return for a second year to Thailand on September 5th and 6th at Bangkok University’s city campus. Organized and managed by local startup focal point Hubba Thailand, Echelon Ignite will feature tech leaders, mentors and investors
The Mobile Monday Bangkok team, along with the help of numerous others, welcomed the rainy season with yet another successful networking event for the mobile technology community in Thailand. The event was held in the newly opened luxurious Okura Prestige Hotel grand ballroom in the heart of Bangkok, and was attended by professionals from Southeast […]
MoMoBKK had a break in Beijing, China before our upcoming Mobile Monday Bangkok event on Monday 28th of May. Register for free on Facebook MoMoBKK visited GMIC 2012 and also had a co-organized Mobile Monday Beijing (pictures below) event when visiting Beijing at the beginning of May. It has been mentioned that Beijing itself is […]
(Thai) ผู้พัฒนาเกมส์บน Mobile มีความจำเป็นในการเตรียมพร้อมสำหรับผู้เล่นที่จะเคลื่อนตัวไปสู่ platform อื่น
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After a successful event on January 23rd with over 150 people, Mobile Monday (MoMo) Bangkok chapter is happy to invite you to join our next event on May 28th, 2012 at 7pm. (Location yet to be determined).
According to a recent report by Walker Sands Communications the percentage of website traffic now coming directly from mobile devices increased 102% over the past twelve months.