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Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai: Gang hacks email, steals payments

A Nigerian man and a Thai woman have been charged with hacking the email account of a silverware firm in Chiang Mai and redirecting payments for goods ordered by customers overseas into their own bank account. Pol Lt Gen Thanitsak Theerasawasdi, commander of the Provincial Police Region 5, said on Friday that 29-year-old Nigerian Shola […]Read More


‘Nigerian Email Scammer’ Arrested By Thai Police

BANGKOK — Thai police say they have arrested a Nigerian man who allegedly conned over one million baht from a Thai woman through an elaborate online scam. Onyekachi Nathaniel Amadi, 37, has been charged with fraud, using a false identity, and disseminating false information that caused damage to others. He was arrested on 30 September […]Read More


Smartphone helps reduce Hong Kong airport check-in queues

Rushing to locate that seemingly hard to find check-in counter at a large airport may just be part of history as smartphones may now be used to contain boarding pass information in its growing list of uses. Nine airlines are introducing smartphone boarding passes including Cathay Pacific, United Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Delta and Air […]Read More


Jake Reilly Detaches From Computer and Cellphone for 90 Days

Jake Reilly’s ‘Amish Project:’ 90 Days Without a Cell Phone, Email and Social Media College Student Drops Social Media, Reconnects with Romance Could you live without daily electronic conveniences — Twitter, Facebook, email, texting and more — for 90 days? Jake P. Reilly, a 24-year-old copywriting student at the Chicago Portfolio School, did just that. […]Read More


BlackBerry Outage Continues as iCloud Launches

Oh, RIM! It looked like things couldn’t get any worse, and then your messaging services go down for days. And right before the iPhone launch, too. BlackBerry owners will already know about it, but for the rest of you, BBM (BlackBerry Messaging) went down hard on Monday morning, and is still staggering along two days […]Read More


BlackBerry service down again: Twice in two days

BlackBerry service down again in Europe, Middle East, Africa – Research in Motion is suffering from another service outage and users are going to Twitter to vent their frustrations. Research in Motion issued a statement that BlackBerry services were “operating normally” after a service crash affected users across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, but […]Read More