Cambodia has nearly 3 million Internet users, most of whom go online via their mobile phones.
Netropolitan, described by some as an on-line country club, is a space where folks who can afford a $6,000 initiation fee and a $3,000 annual membership can mingle, privately.
Even the night before phones' Friday debut, nearly 70 people were waiting in line in front of the Apple store in downtown San Francisco.
Some Chinese teenagers are so addicted to online games that they wear diapers to avoid bathroom breaks.
The service starts early in the morning and ends at 8:30 pm, charging passengers 1,500 riel per ticket.
Mann Sophal says hydroponic farming is easier than traditional farming, but it does require some know-how about the equipment and the water.
Wildlife conservation officials say the practice of serving wild meat in Cambodia is endangering many of its animals, along with other forms of trafficking.
The draft law, on which work started two years ago, has assumed increasing relevance since July's general election.
In interviews with VOA Khmer, media experts said more funding of that sector could help prevent such errors in the future.
The law will affect many of Cambodia’s younger generation, who go online often and use social media as a major means of communication.
A panel will focus on real-time tracking of aircraft, rather than streaming of flight performance data for aircraft systems.
The draft law, which was leaked to the public recently, imposes major fines and jail time for vague offenses and has many online users concerned.