King’s Cup Elephant Polo

King's Cup Elephant Polo by Anantara and Audemars Piguet Donate Funds to Thailand Elephant Therapy Project Recently, Mr. William E. Heinecke, CEO and Mr. Dillip Rajakarier, COO of Minor International together with Mr. Oliviero Bottinelli, Regional...

Thailand ready for Asean Summit

Thailand ready for Asean Summit Writer: BangkokPost.com Published: 9/09/2009 at 04:42 PM Arrangements are complete for the hosting of the Asean Summit and leaders of all 10 member countries and six non-Asean countries have...

Party Time at The Hilton Hua Hin

Party Time at The Hilton ! - TONIGHT CELEBRATE 250th Guinness Anniversary Party @ the Beer House, Hilton Hua Hin Resort & Spa from 5.30pm – 2.00am. on 24 Sep 2009 A worldwide toast to...

Train Accident near Hua Hin

Train Derailment Kills 7 and Injures 65 - Update Hua Hin - The Bangkok-bound express train from Trang province derailed at Khao Tao station in Hua Hin, killing 7 and injuring 65 passengers. On 5 October,...

Huge Tarantula on the Prowl in Hua Hin

Although rarely seen, spiders are plentiful in the land of smiles. This is also very much true for the really big and nasty looking ones. A local resident witnessed this first hand at his...

Button takes F1 world title as Webber wins in Brazil

Button takes F1 world title as Webber wins in Brazil Briton Jenson Button was crowned 2009 world champion Sunday when he finished fifth in an incident-filled Brazilian Grand Prix won by Australian Mark Webber. British...

Loy Krathong at ALILA – CHA AM

CHARITY PROMOTION FOR LOY KRATHONG AT ALILA CHA AM The Alila Resort in Cha Am organizes a Charity promotionwhich includes Accomodation, Breakfast & Dinner for 2 Persons at Nett Baht 3,500. Dinner only at...

Adobe Systems posts 4Q loss, hurt by charges

NEW YORK (AP) — Adobe, the maker of Photoshop and Flash software, is reporting a net loss for its fiscal fourth quarter, weighed by charges. But adjusted earnings and sales surpassed Wall Street's estimates and...

Our devices will spin denser webs of data in 2010s

SEATTLE (AP) — Ten years ago, we would have been blown away by a cell phone with far more computing power and memory than the average PC had in 1999, along with a built-in...

Ohio justices: Cell phone searches require warrant

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police officers must obtain a search warrant before scouring the contents of a suspect's cell phone unless their safety is in danger, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled Tuesday on...

SF mayor backs radiation labels for cell phones

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Mayor Gavin Newsom is endorsing a proposal that would make San Francisco the first city in the country to require radiation labels for cell phones. The legislation would require cell phone...

Australian government to introduce Internet filter

SYDNEY (AP) — Australia plans to introduce an Internet filtering system to block obscene and crime-linked Web sites despite concerns it will curtail freedoms and won't completely work. Adopting a mandatory screening system would make...

USGS monitoring Twitter for earthquake details

LOS ANGELES (AP) — OMG! Earthquake! The U.S. Geological Survey is scouring the popular microblogging site Twitter soon after a temblor hits to pinpoint regions where shaking occurred. "People like to tweet after earthquakes," USGS seismologist...

EU regulators softening stance on Oracle-Sun

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — European Union regulators appear to be softening their opposition to Oracle Corp.'s proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsystems Inc., a shift that has resurrected some investors' hopes that one...

Google tests new phone to profit from mobile Web

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google Inc. is determined to gain more influence over how the Web is used on mobile phones, even if the next step in the quest tramples some of the relationships...

Craigslist exec told Whitman had 2 sides

GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) — The eBay executive who led the online auction site's efforts to gain a minority stake in Craigslist warned that former eBay CEO Meg Whitman had a Jekyll-and-Hyde personality, the CEO...

Craigslist exec: eBay CEO changed his mind

GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) — The CEO of Craigslist says he had decided not to do business with eBay in 2004 before being asked to meet with eBay Chief Executive Meg Whitman. James Buckmaster said Monday...

Novell condenses 4 business units into 2

WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) — Novell Inc. said Monday that it will condense its four business units into two in an effort to streamline operations. The company, which sells computer-networking software and technology services, also...

22 million missing Bush White House e-mails found

WASHINGTON (AP) — Computer technicians have found 22 million missing White House e-mails from the administration of President George W. Bush, according to two groups that are settling lawsuits they filed over the failure...

Falling-TV deaths remain concern even amid LCD fad

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Studies suggest that the number of children killed or injured by falling television has risen even as more consumers replace their clunky old TVs with lighter flat screens. The reason for the...