Flying cameras hover just above whizzing tear gas canisters and water cannon as protesters demand Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra step down.
A Bangkok-based photography studio has made Jurassic Park's famous kitchen scene even more tense and terrifying.
Chevrolet unveiled the Colorado Show Truck at the Bangkok International Auto Show.
A Suntech Power solar plant just outside the Thailand city is designed to generate 44 megawatts of power, becoming the largest solar farm in Southeast Asia. It is set for completion by late 2011.
Last week Samsung launched three cameras, the ST500, ST550 and ST1000, in Bangkok, Thailand. The next day we were given a camera and let loose on Thailand's Grand Palace.
This weekend in Bangkok, the best in the world at solving the famous multicolored toy will face off, with global bragging rights on the line. You can watch it live.
Developed and developing nations are at odds over the future of the Kyoto Protocol. Negotiators are meeting in Bangkok early next month to tackle the issue.
IBM has announced an additional $440 million investment for disk drive and component manufacturing expansion in Asia, Europe, and North America, bringing the company's investment in its storage business to $1.32 billion this year. IBM's Storage Systems Division has facilities in Germany, Hungary, Singapore, Japan, China, Mexico, the United States, and, with today's announcement, Thailand. A portion of the latest investment is designated for a new disk drive manufacturing facility in Prachinburi, about 90 miles from the Thai capital, Bangkok.