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SingPass to be more secure for e-government services from July 5
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SingPass to be more secure for e-government services from July 5

July 2nd, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
The new SingPass system promises to let users log in like they would for online banking transactions, through what is known as two-factor authentication or...
Warning: Don’t fall for SingPass phishing scam
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Warning: Don’t fall for SingPass phishing scam

June 26th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
If you receive a suspicious-sounding e-mail telling you to verify your details for your SingPass account by clicking on a link, don't do so and delete the...
Indoor Wi-Fi Mesh promises to remove wireless dead zones in Singapore homes
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Indoor Wi-Fi Mesh promises to remove wireless dead zones in Singapore homes

June 25th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
The idea is to put up a mesh network in your home that can find the shortest route for each device, rather than take the long distance one to the router...
Q&A: What’s driving Singapore’s online shopping craze
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Q&A: What’s driving Singapore’s online shopping craze

June 24th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
A hassle-free and effortless experience is helping people overcome the need to "touch and feel" a product in a mall and making them buy online instead, says Lazada Singapore's...
Neumob says it can accelerate mobile apps, unblock content
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Neumob says it can accelerate mobile apps, unblock content

June 11th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Neumob is aimed at the consumer instead of content providers with deep pockets to optimise the delivery of their...
Twitter opens Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore
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Twitter opens Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore

June 11th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
It claims to offer a place for clients to see what's trending live to better tailor their marketing programmes...
How a smart home can improve care for the elderly in Singapore
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How a smart home can improve care for the elderly in Singapore

June 9th, 2015 | by Alvin Lai
As Singapore's population greys in the years ahead, smart home technologies could emerge as a game changer to improve elderly care and provide them more independence in the years...
Getting lossless streaming music in Singapore
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Getting lossless streaming music in Singapore

June 8th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Tidal HiFi or Deezer Elite for CD-quality streaming for the audiophile? We try them both out and here's what we...
Will it be a messy Internet of Things with no standards?
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Will it be a messy Internet of Things with no standards?

June 3rd, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
The Internet of Things is not as simple to sell as PCs. It involves local concerns, local...
Singapore government to launch infocomm tenders worth S$2.2 billion
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Singapore government to launch infocomm tenders worth S$2.2 billion

May 27th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
The amount outstrips the S$1.95 billion spent last year and is among the highest in recent...
Singtel preps 10Gbps fibre broadband, as it tests GPON technology
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Singtel preps 10Gbps fibre broadband, as it tests GPON technology

May 19th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
It could start yet another speed race, pushing 1Gbps plans which only started being popular in recent months to the budget corner of broadband...
Singtel warned for social media campaign to bad-mouth rivals
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Singtel warned for social media campaign to bad-mouth rivals

May 18th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
But the IDA stopped short of making the errant telecom operator pay a hefty fine for practices which ran counter to the usual competitive tactics allowed in the...
After viral video, keyboard demonstrator hopes to improve Creative’s fortunes
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After viral video, keyboard demonstrator hopes to improve Creative’s fortunes

May 18th, 2015 | by Raymond Lau
Paul Seow, the famous "Asian guy" demonstrating a Creative music keyboard in a popular and quirky sales video, hopes his company regains some of its magic from its...
iflix to stream videos from major US content partners
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iflix to stream videos from major US content partners

May 12th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Unfortunately, they won't be available to Singapore viewers for...
M1 to link up corporate customers to fibre broadband services directly
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M1 to link up corporate customers to fibre broadband services directly

April 27th, 2015 | by Alfred Siew
Their customers too won't have to wait for NetLink Trust to do its work before their connections can be turned...
IDA to kick off HetNet trials in third quarter
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IDA to kick off HetNet trials in third quarter

April 22nd, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
Singapore will start testing a new network technology that promises seamless connections on the go in Jurong Lake District from the third quarter this year. Called Heterogeneous Network, or HetNet, the technology lets consumers...
New, faster mobile links to change the way we live
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New, faster mobile links to change the way we live

April 22nd, 2015 | by Staff Writer
As smart nation projects push out, a smooth network with the new 5G technology features could uplift lives for citizens in a country or...
In search of wearable technology’s killer app
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In search of wearable technology’s killer app

April 20th, 2015 | by Raymond Lau
Unless wearable tech makers can somehow create a device that matches or surpasses the utility of our well-loved iPhones and Androids, they may never match up to their...
Building the connected enterprise
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Building the connected enterprise

April 14th, 2015 | by Staff Writer
Brought to you by EnterpriseIT2015 Recent developments in technology over the last decade have made it possible for businesses to inch closer towards becoming a connected enterprise – one that is more productive, makes...
Old bugs topped list of security exploits last year
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Old bugs topped list of security exploits last year

April 13th, 2015 | by Aaron Tan
High profile software bugs like Heartbleed and Shellshock have caused a stir in the IT industry, but many security breaches last year took advantage of software vulnerabilities that were at least two years old. These were some of...