Singapore has one of the highest rates of mobile and Internet penetration in the world, and households worldwide. Its government sets aside over S$1 billion yearly on ICT tenders and recognizes the importance of "skills, innovation and productivity" in ensuring economic growth.
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The telco has outlined a slew of safeguards in response to safety shortcomings and outdated methods uncovered by investigations into the fire that broke out at its Bukit Panjang exchange.
Hopes of reaching a conclusion on the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Singapore have been dashed as negotiators push to hold more meetings next month.
I am not sure when the non-evil meaning of the word 'hack' started. It can be confusing.
Window shopping is getting easier for technology innovations in Singapore.
Monthly statements belonging to 647 private banking clients were stolen via the bank's outsourced printing services provider. The theft was discovered after the files were found on a laptop recently seized from alleged hacker "The Messiah".
The two co-founders of the Singapore-based short film streaming platform say their success so far has been partly due to their process of resolving conflict, and their lean methodology in building up the site.
Belgian firm Right Brain Interface is raising funds to acquire more channels for its cloud-based TV-recording platform Bhaalu, which is set to make its Asia debut in Singapore early 2014.
The Singapore telco's upcoming facility will feature a strong push in analytics including enhancing "live" TV production based on real-time social media conversations, and big data collaborations to better understand customers.
Shop, click, and delivery in an hour. Singapore is a perfect place for this to happen, with its ubiquitous shopping malls and megamarts, so why isn't anyone doing it yet?
A 17-year-old student and 42-year-old businessman will be charged for unauthorized modification of computer material, relating to the breach of Istana website belonging to the presidential office.
Top government official says the country has the necessary system in place to protect classified information and communications, following reports Singapore had helped the U.S. spy on Malaysia, among others in the region.
Tighter regulations are in the works in an effort to curb remote gambling and stifle crime syndicates' funding, amid growing reach of such activities over social networks and mobile apps.
Singapore-based company that rose from the sale of Nokia's devices business has appointed its first CEO, Urpo Karjalainen, who is also a Nokia alumnae, and reveals its first phone is targeted for release second-half 2014.
IT infrastructure is in place to support cloud environments in both private and public sectors, but user education and change management remain key barriers to adoption in Singapore.
Leaked NSA map confirms Singapore and South Korea as key "third players" supporting the United States government's "Five Eyes" surveillance network.