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.