Raspberry Pi Tracks Humans, Blasts Them With Heat Rays - Hackaday

Raspberry Pi Tracks Humans, Blasts Them With Heat Rays  Hackaday

Given how long humans have been warming themselves up, you'd think we would have worked out all the kinks by now. But even with central heating, and ...

US ‘keen’ for Thailand to return to elected government: top diplomat - South China Morning Post

US ‘keen’ for Thailand to return to elected government: top diplomat  South China Morning Post

W. Patrick Murphy says democracy has served Thais well and the US is hopeful the March 24 poll will produce such results, amid expectations civilian rule will ...

Thailand's electioneering gives off a whiff of another coup - Nikkei Asian Review

Thailand's electioneering gives off a whiff of another coup  Nikkei Asian Review

BANGKOK -- Simmering tensions between Gen. Apirat Kongsompong, Thailand's powerful army chief, and leaders of pro-democracy parties hover over ...

Kamnan Style: Thai 'godfathers' resurgent as junta scrambles for seats - New Straits Times

Kamnan Style: Thai 'godfathers' resurgent as junta scrambles for seats  New Straits Times

CHONBURI: Itthipol Khunpleum grabs the mic, bounds onto the stage and flashes a winning smile as he works the crowd gathered for a final rally: “Chonburi...

AP Interview: Thai PM hopeful wants constitutional changes - Yahoo News UK

AP Interview: Thai PM hopeful wants constitutional changes  Yahoo News UK

BANGKOK (AP) — The leader of Thailand's oldest political party said Wednesday that if he becomes prime minister after elections on Sunday, he will make ...

Points of Progress: Thai social media helps free speech, and more - The Christian Science Monitor

Points of Progress: Thai social media helps free speech, and more  The Christian Science Monitor

Social media is enabling a resurgence of free speech in the country. In 2014, Thailand's military took over the country in a coup, and since then, the junta has ...

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