A happy Lunar New Year to all our readers in Singapore and around the world!
In large parts of East Asia and other places with a large Chinese diaspora, this week is a huge one in terms of looking forward to a new beginning. In the Year of the Rabbit, Techgoondu is also turning up with a new look.
In our latest redesign, we have streamlined the look and feel of the website. We are aware that readers want the most important information fast, accurate and clear, to makes sense of the flood of data turning up in their inboxes and on their screens.
Among the new features we hope to roll out in the coming weeks and months include a newsletter showcasing the most important stories in tech, as well as more reader events, as the Covid-19 pandemic appears in the rearview mirror…hopefully!
Most importantly, we will continue to write about the latest trends, policies and personal computing gadgets with independence and clarity, which our readers have expected of us.
Techgoondu turns 15 this year and the technology scene has morphed in a way that was unthinkable back in 2008, when the website started as a pet project by three Singapore Press Holdings journalists seeking a way to speak to readers directly.
The geopolitical rivalry between China and the United States looks certain to impact how peoples and countries produce and consume technology. Semiconductors appear to be a key battleground, even as social networks and AI become crucial to becoming a technological leader.
Our Techgoondu Think segment of news analysis features will continue to explain the big trends and issues that are emerging.
Once again, we’d like to thank our readers, advertisers and past contributors for supporting Techgoondu.
We hope you like the website as much as we do. Do let us know what you think of the new look and feel and let us know of any bugs. Please be patient as we troubleshoot any that we have missed and continually improve the site.