University students from the Royal University of Phnom Penh check the Internet at a coffee shop along the city's Russian Federation Boulevard, file photo.
Despite having 100 times more cells than humans, cancer among elephants is rare.
In recent years, online news in Cambodia has increased, while the audience for online news websites and social media continues to grow.
Rising incomes, booming tourism industry boost demand for organic vegetables.
Thai officials say the plan isn't about censorship or spying; Thai citizens and businesses not so convinced
Thai authorities are planning to tighten control over the Internet, creating a single international access point so they can better monitor content. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Bangkok on what is being called Thailand’s own "Great Firewall."
The W3 Award honors “creative excellence on the web,” and are selected by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
About “70 percent” of the people polled want a toll road and would be willing to pay up to $2 to use it.
Cambodia remains a country with a high degree of solar radiation, making it a good place for solar, according to the Asian Development Bank.
The Ministry of Interior recently began providing a new type of ID card, to replace expired identification nationwide.
21 NGOs issued their nine principles, which include protections for the human rights on the Internet, freedom of speech and freedom of information.
Facebook is the most popular social network in Cambodia, and Cambodians use the site to share news stories, or firsthand accounts of events.
Codingate, a tech startup company, is ready to make a move to bring Cambodia’s IT service to the next level.
The “Cambodian Voters Voice” app allows constituents to evaluate, rate and comment on the performance of parliamentarians.
Debate began last month when Chinese actress Xu Jinglei disclosed that she had gone to US to have nine of her eggs frozen.
More and more websites are popping up with domain names that don’t use the Latin alphabet.
Programmer Kong Divin recently returned from a trip to the US, where he won second place in a Microsoft Office context in Texas.
Cambodia has a high degree of solar radiation, making the country a good place for the renewable energy source, a report from the Asian Development Bank says.
Landmines have killed an estimated 20,000 Cambodians since the civil war ended in 1975. Now, Cambodia’s leading demining organization is training a group of rats to sniff mines out, so they can be removed safely. Maia Pujara has more.
Millions of Cambodians are now connected to the Internet thanks to cheap high-speed connections and smartphones.
A 2015 report by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications says more than 5 million Cambodians have access to the Internet.
Lim Theanhok was awarded a gold medal for a science project, winning out among contestants from 69 countries at the annual Genius Olympiad in New York on June 15-19.
Pilot Project Using Software to Boost Rice Production Underway in Cambodia
Cambodia is a small country with big aspirations. By the end of 2015 it aims to become one of the world's major rice exporters - which means it will have to almost triple exports of milled rice in the next sixteen months. How does it plan to do this? The solution might come from a surprising place. AP, Cambodia
The invention of the smart phone triggered the era of citizen journalism revealing the complex relationship between a citizen’s right and the police’s duty to protect.
The website establishes a “wiki”-like crowd-sourcing platform for comments on the law, even though the public has not been able to see the draft.
Their app, ImEX, creates an online market for farmers, where they can sell their products, pairing consumer demand with farmers supply.
Office of Personnel Management says it detected security breach in April, estimates as many as 4 million current and former federal employees may have been affected.
Global Innovation Through Science and Technology has so far engaged some 2.8 million entrepreneurs worldwide, and the program has helped shape 4,500 startups, with $800 million in revenue.
In Cambodia a dive team trained with U.S. State Department funding to remove unexploded ordinance from rivers and waterways has successfully completed its first mission. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Elite crew, trained with US support, recovers and defuses bomb in Mekong River on its first mission.
Critics worry laws to curb cyber-crime and govern telecommunications will clamp down on few opportunities for free speech.
Over past quarter-century, orbiting workhorse has sent back thousands of images of planets and remote galaxies, expanding our knowledge of universe in unimagined ways.
U.S. President Barack Obama has announced nearly a quarter-billion dollars in new pledges to support the study of science, technology, engineering and math, a group of fields jointly called STEM. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
Four identical spacecraft aboard an Atlas V rocket lit up the sky last week as they were launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. VOA Khmer's Soeung Sophat narrates.
Tel Aviv University bioengineer begins yearlong study in which he'll try to make whole piece of chicken, starting from one cell.
One vendor sells “Apple Smart Watch with Bluetooth Bracelet,” starting from 288 yuan ($45).
Apple Watch is first brand-new device company is launching without founder Steve Jobs, who died in 2011
In a visit to Cambodia last week, Geraldine Richmond told VOA Khmer she was surprised to see how much passion for technology in young Cambodian students.
While supporters applaud rice strain's ability to tackle vitamin A deficiency, critics insist more research is needed before it's ready for consumption.
When people do make remittances, receivers cash them in, limiting mobile money's potential to become true medium of exchange.