The Chinese internet giant has boasted that it saw usage of its video conference platform grow 26% worldwide during the first half of 2021.
Just weeks after championing its vision of an "endemic norm", Singapore takes a big step backwards reinstating COVID-19 restrictions amidst a current outbreak, when it should instead be tapping its technological gains to steer its population confidently forward.
Update: A spokesperson for the Tokyo Games said that after an investigation they confirmed that this was not a leak from Tokyo 2020's system.
Some 55 years after it was established, the country's external intelligence agency launches its official website in a bid to widen its recruitment net and attract Singaporeans from diverse backgrounds.
Number of reported ransomware attacks climbed 154% last year, while malicious C&C servers and botnet drones increased 94% in the city-state, where cybercrime cases account for almost half of total crimes.
Participants of Singapore's artificial intelligence apprenticeship scheme go through training that includes ethics and governance, so they are aware of issues involving data bias, says AI Singapore, which has partnered Google Cloud to tap the vendor's AI tools and best practices.
The Japanese government is beefing up its defence amid concerns over growing cybersecurity attacks.
Trade agreement aims to facilitate digital trade and new opportunities between both markets, including cross-border data flow and use of technologies such as artificial intelligence.
Foxconn and TSMC are aiming to purchase 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine each, before donating them to the Taiwanese government.
The Prime Ministers of Australia and Singapore have jointly hinted at a travel bubble once a majority of people in both states are vaccinated.
US software vendor pulls together 15 policy makers from seven Asia-Pacific markets, including Indonesia, Singapore, and South Korea, to form a cybersecurity executive council that it hopes will exchange threat intelligence and resources in a "timely and open manner".
Social media platforms have been instructed to carry correction notices on posts claiming there is a Singapore strain of COVID-19, though, this order will apply only to their users in the country.
Three financial groups issue joint statement that warns about the risks of cryptocurrency speculation and against its use as a payment mode, but makes no reference to crypto mining.
After seeing the Colonial Pipeline hack unfold in the US, the Japanese government reportedly wants to impose stricter security regulations on the private sector to ensure the same thing does not happen in Japan.
Citing complaints from users, the Cyberspace Administration of China lists 33 mobile apps it says breached various regulatory rules, mainly, for collecting personal data deemed not necessary to provide their service.