Country's e-government platform SingPass gets its first brand makeover since its launch 18 years ago, boasting access to 1,400 services offered by more than 340 organisations from both private and public sectors.
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Chinese tech giant opens DigiX Lab that it says will provide mobile developers access to various resources, including Huawei Mobile Services' core kits and artificial intelligence technologies.
Years after the mobile game first gained international fame, Pokémon Go remains popular in Singapore where it is now used to boost local businesses amidst the global pandemic, with 300 new PokéStops and Gyms located at tourism establishments.
Move to set up its Southeast Asian hub in Singapore comes amidst China's worsening relations with the US and India, which have led to Chinese apps being banned in both countries.
Games hardware manufacturer says it will provide free surgical masks to Singapore residents through 20 vending machines located across the island, which can be accessed via Razer's mobile wallet app.
Government launches TraceTogether mobile app that taps Bluetooth signals to capture data of other participating devices in close proximity, enabling the encrypted information to be extracted to facilitate contact tracing should users contract the coronavirus.
Expected to be completed by end-2022, the $220 million research centre will create 800 new roles -- pushing the company's local headcount to 3,000 -- and boost capabilities in artificial intelligence and 5G, amongst others.
Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi have formed a "Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance" to enable their mobile users to transfer files--including photos, videos, and music--without the need for third-party apps or network data.
Priced from SG$1,119, the latest Pixel range can be purchased directly from Google or local telco StarHub, as well as at electronic retail chains Challenger and Courts from October 24, with pre-orders now open to customers.
Pipped as a potential replacement for lithium-ion battery, lithium sulfur is touted to store up to 10 times more energy and Singapore's NanoBio Lab scientists say they have come up with a "simplified technique" to develop the component from inexpensive commercially available materials.