Nine teams from six local universities and institutes are working at full steam to make robots that will be displayed at Robocon Cambodia 2020.
Four years after its launch, Nham24 has become the largest food delivery company in the Kingdom, giving customers the option to choose meals and food items from 2,000 restaurants and supermarkets in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
The creator of the popular cloud-based hospital management system, Peth Yoeung, is scheduled to launch a health app and card next week.
Tep Sareth got a flat tire while driving his car at night. With no garage in sight, he started asking people on the road for help to change the wheel. He finally found someone, but it set him back $10.
In a small workshop made out of corrugated iron sheets, a handful of people work to give unwanted plastic a new life.
As the Kingdom begins to prioritise science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, coding classes are becoming more popular.
You don’t need to have a particularly sharp eye to see it. E-commerce is booming in the Kingdom.
Waving a bus down along the Phnom Penh street is now out of date as many transportation operators offer online ticket purchasing.
Every day, students Khemara Kimhak and Soeun Chanratika consume at least a litre of petrol, travelling on their motorbikes to reach their destinations.
As the use of the traditional clay stove was considered an unhealthy way to cook, managing director Chim Polys and his team at Khemara Eco Energy Group have developed an eco-friendly one instead.