Everyone loves a good bargain, right? One Singapore startup is betting on the fact that most of us do when it came up with a proposition that will allow consumers to mutually benefit by banding together.
Industry voices have their say as guest bloggers.
Eileen Yu began covering the IT industry when Asynchronous Transfer Mode was still hip and e-commerce was the new buzzword. In her B.T.W blog, she takes an offbeat look at issues about life and finds a connection to the tech and business landscape. Eileen is senior editor at ZDNet Asia, where she oversees the business tech news site.
Home to the world's largest population, China is undeniably a potentially lucrative market that most businesses from around the globe will want a slice of. But, whether most can succeed in doing so or not, remains debatable.
Almost everyone has had dreams of owning their own shop, but most of us know also that it takes a fair amount of resources to open a new business, and even more to keep it going.Needless to say, it requires guts and gumption for someone to decide they're willing to risk potential failure and strike out on their own.
Update: After this blog post went up, Paul Levins, ICANN's executive officer and vice president of corporate affairs, gave his response in Talkback. Do take a read.
We've witnessed the rapid rise of social networks and Web 2.0 applications in recent years, so it's inevitable these tools would eventually make their way into the enterprise realm.
Next month, Singapore will once again play host to the Games Convention Asia (GCA), to be held Sep. 17 to 20 at the Suntec International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
I'm a huge fan of The Sims games franchise, but I don't consider myself a serious gamer. Fans of Razer, on the other hand, are probably gamers who don't take their art lightly.
I first met Ong Hock Sun a while back to discuss his interest in contributing to the Tech Podium blog. He had just returned from an oversea work stint, and was eager to get back into the local IT industry.
Steven Chiew and his brother, Sky, started their business amid the donut craze that hit Singapore some time in 2006-2007.Their company has now grown to become Singapore's largest donut chain, with 13 outlets across the island-state and plans for regional expansion that includes Malaysia, Dubai, Indonesia and India.