Australian Border Force has partnered with two Singaporean authorities to see if blockchain can make cross-border trade simpler.
The island-state's central bank has introduced a sustainability-linked scheme to help companies defray expenses when engaging with service providers to validate the green credentials of a loan.
Clocking more than 98.5 million downloads worldwide, the Muslim Pro app reportedly has sold "granular location data" to the US military -- an allegation it denies -- and is now being investigated by Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission.
Despite expert advice against paying up, most victims of ransomware attacks in the region, including 88% in Australia and 78% in Singapore, have paid the ransom in full or in part, and the number of such attacks is only going to keep climbing amidst accelerated digital transformation efforts and remote work.
With COVID-19 highlighting the need for robust supply chains, Singapore believes the use of a common data platform is essential for resolving critical pain points and linking key stakeholders including importers, shipping companies, and financial institutions.
The signatories will enforce a new single set of rules for accessing preferential tariffs as well as collaborate and exchange information on best practices for dealing with cybersecurity incidents.
New Tech.Pass initiative to lure entrepreneurs and technical experts with experience in 'established or fast-growing' tech companies to the lion state is part of the government's efforts to develop a local tech business hub.
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.
Revenue was down 10% and underlying net profit fell 36%, with COVID-19 and the performance of Optus being pinned for the result.
Monetary Authority of Singapore has mooted the need for various forms of personal verification, such as password and biometrics, to facilitate "non-face-to-face" security amidst increasing impersonation scam cases and data theft risks.
The SG$35 million ($25.95 million) grant is aimed at helping small financial institutions adopt digital tools so they can be more efficient in submitting data reports to the country's industry regulator.
Mobile revenue down by almost 30% as overall revenue falls by 14.5% compared to the third quarter of 2019.
Amendments have been added to the country's Personal Data Protection Act to allow businesses to use consumer data without prior consent for some purposes such as business improvement and research.
The government of the lion city is also training its public servants on how to use data and is working with industry to build a pipeline of tech talent.
Lazada has made public missteps since integrating the grocery app into its own platform, so it should come as no surprise an overlooked 'out of date' database has led to the compromise of 1.1 million RedMart accounts and customers should expect more to come if the e-commerce operator doesn't clean up its act.
Research In Motion steps up customer service investment with a dedicated after-sales service center in Singapore--its second in Asia, after Indonesia which has 56 such facilities--ahead of next month's BlackBerry 10 launch.
The Singapore bank's latest branch taps technology to improve customer service, providing a more interactive and intuitive experience, say DBS execs.
While there was no midnight launch this time for the Apple iPhone 5 as with previous handsets, some customers still queued up half a day before the device was made available at 8 a.m.
Social networking company shows off its Singapore office which recreates an old-time coffeeshop ambience and industrial-looking workspace.
Nanyang Technological University shows prototype of TV content distribution via cloud-based technology with added social functionalities.
Ahead of Aug. 9 national day celebrations, ZDNet Asia speaks with five local startups which showcase Singapore's culture through their recent products.
The first day of the imbX2007 saw vendors from across Asia and beyond showcasing a wide range of technologies, from new mobile handsets to biometrics for immigration.
South Korea makes a big show at Asia's mega infocomm trade show this week.
Spanning five years, the investment is aimed at pushing the 'technical and economic viability' of technologies that could help reduce the country's carbon emissions.
The panels will be provided by Sunseap Group and are expected to churn 100MWp of capacity when fully completed in 2022.
The initiative is part of a 'multi-year' partnership with local energy companies Sembcorp Power and Sembcorp Solar.
Country rolls out new three-year plan with SG$250 million ($182.1 million) investment to drive technology innovation in the financial services industry, which saw 40 innovation labs and 1,000 fintech companies set up in the last five years.
Japanese IT services provider launches a range of private cloud offerings that include ERP and analytics in the two Asian markets, extending the services beyond Europe and the US.
Almost 70% of consumers in Asia-Pacific will give up their privacy for better user experience, but just 25% feel they're responsible for protecting their own data, with the rest of pushing this role to governments and organisations.
Slated to begin operations by year-end, the Asian Institute of Digital Finance will aim to link up research, education, and entrepreneurship and pool expertise across several areas including payments, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence.
Signing up for digital banking services with DBS just got faster.
The South Korean search giant denied allegations that its sensitive user data stored abroad was at risk.
Researchers have touted the artificial skin as being able to detect touches more than 1,000 times faster than the human sensory nervous system.
Terumo Singapore says the robots can disinfect a room within 15 minutes.
Launched by Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Standards Council, the Technical Reference 76 provides a checklist for online retailers that spans the entire transaction cycle, including delivery, product tracking, payment, returns, and exchange.
The cable will span 9,400 kilometres and is expected to be completed at the end of 2022.
Slated to be ready for rollout later this month, wearable devices the country is developing for COVID-19 contact tracing will not have GPS, internet, or cellular connectivity, so data can only be extracted when the device is physically handed over to the Health Ministry.