Category: General

Google Project Fi: Cambodia

Google Project Fi makes it easy to connect to Wi-Fi for your calls and data use. You travel a lot and want to use your phone outside of the United States, Google Project Fi could be the ideal plan for you if …

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The world's best Android smartphone? Google Pixel

Where can you buy Google’s newest smartphone, the Pixel phone, in Cambodia? Let’s find out that in the later part of this post with the latest update. In a recent review by Forbes’s contributor, Ewan Spence wrote that “The Internet Falls In …

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BookMeBus smartphone app

In our previous post, we wrote about the easiest way to book your bus ticket online. This week, BookMeBus, a locally-run bus ticket booking website, released its new version to smartphone app. One of the cool things about having the BookMeBus app …

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Quora question: Do Cambodian students speak English well?

A very good question asked on Quora: Do Cambodian students speak English well? Here’s what CamboPedia had to answer: In Urban areas and tourist destinations like Siem Reap and Sihanoukville, young Cambodians speak English fluently. It’s the language for this new generation …

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New data resource on Cambodian indigenous communities

Open Development Cambodia (ODC) has published a new online resource detailing Cambodia’s indigenous communities and their land in both Khmer and English. Together with the website’s map explorer tool, the profile page aims to provide the most up-to-date information on the country’s …

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Postcard from Cambodia's Anglong Veng

This is beautiful! Postcard from Anlong Veng. The darkest strangest most beautiful place I've been in Cambodia https://t.co/FiY0mRW0wb pic.twitter.com/QBJKinVoa9 — Harriet Fitch Little (@HarrietFL) June 4, 2016

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Cambodian tech scene in less 100 slides

An in-depth look into Cambodia’s tech, connectivity and social media scene. Who are the key players and influencers. And how you could leverage this untapped opportunity? Cambodia Digital Communications (August 2015) from Kenshi Arai

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