Samsung is bringing its entry-level device, the Galaxy A12, to Singapore on January 9 with a price tag of $228. It's powered by MediaTek's Helio P35 SoC and sports a 6.5-inch HD+ display.
Apple's new retail store will be a glass dome floating in the iconic Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. Apart from custom-lined glass, it will carry an oculus on its apex that is inspired by the Pantheon.
Amazon has rolled out its anti-counterfeit tool, Project Zero, to several more countries. Brands can use Amazon Project Zero to enforce their intellectual property on the Amazon platform.
Following leud incidents during home-based lessons, Singapore has stopped teachers from using Zoom. The company is currently focusing on fixing privacy and security vulnerabilities.
Developed by Singapore's Government Technology Agency and the health ministry, the TraceTogether app identifies people who have been near coronavirus patients using wireless Bluetooth technology.
Facebook has complied with a page block request by the Singaporean government. The page belonged to a news site which the government alleged published fake news regarding coronavirus.
Apple has announced a voluntary recall of one of its AC wall plug adapters. It said it knows about six incidents where the hardware broke and caused electrical shocks to customers.
In the latest update from the Ministry of Health, Singapore, it was revealed that medical information belonging to 1.5 million people was stolen by hackers in a planned attack on MoH servers.
Microsoft has signed an agreement with energy provider Sunseap to purchase 100% of the output of the latter's solar power installation. This will be the largest project of its kind in Singapore.
In its February mixed reality update, Microsoft announced today that it will be bringing HoloLens to Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. The company will also make the device available to rent.
A team from the Singapore University of Technology & Design has created a drone that can transition mid-flight from a hover mode to an airplane-like cruising mode by turning its rotors into wings.
Singapore is currently taking feedback on a new cybersecurity bill which will require ethical hackers to be licensed before undertaking their work. The law could benefit both hackers and companies.
Apple has opened a new store in Singapore. It's called Orchard Road and has some fascinating characteristics including twin Castagna staircases, and a canopy to protect from the tropical sunlight.
In the early hours of the morning on March 28, a fire broke out at the Samsung Experience Store located in AMK Hub in Singapore. The small fire was put out quickly by the mall's sprinklers.
There's some weird laws on the books, but apparently in Singapore you're not allowed to go to the airport unless you're really getting on an airplane. Two men found that out the hard way.
Transportation software company nuTonomy recently unveiled its fleet of self-driving taxis in Singapore. Select people will get to trial the vehicle, getting themselves around for free.
Apple has recently confirmed rumors about a new store opening soon in Singapore. The store will be the company's first in Southeast Asia, and will also be powered entirely by renewable energy.
A new way to make PC hard drive platters, developed by a team in Singapore, could lead to future hard drives that have up to six times the storage space compared to current drives.
Singapore has banned a Microsoft video game that contains a scene showing a human woman and an alien woman kissing and caressing each other, a local newspaper reported Thursday. The Straits Times said Mass Effect,...
Minister for Home Affairs Wong Kan Seng said the government has investigated "a few" Singaporeans who have been influenced by radical Islamic ideas they read on the Internet. There are about 6,000 websites in cyberspace...
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have agreed to site their fourth wafer fab for the production of NAND flash memories in Singapore. Since the formation of the Intel-Micron joint venture IM Flash Technologies...
A link on the Singapore stock exchange's Web site that led to a pornographic site instead of the intended plastics company site has been fixed, the exchange said Thursday. Until Wednesday, investors interested...
Compaq Computer Corp. and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) agreed on Tuesday to invest $6.8 million to develop the largest life sciences supercomputing facility in the region. The costs, shared equally...
U.S. software giant Microsoft drummed up publicity for Windows XP, its most ambitious operating system ever, by signing up high-profile corporate users in Singapore ahead of its launch later in New York on Thursday. ...