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Grace Chng

A seasoned writer, author and industry observer, Grace was the key tech writer for The Straits Times for more than three decades. She co-founded and edited Computer Times, later renamed Digital Life. She helmed this publication, the de facto national IT magazine, for nearly 19 years. Grace is also the editor and co-curator of Intelligent Island: The Untold Story of Singapore’s Tech Journey, a book highlighting Singapore’s ICT development.
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A decade old now, mobile apps are disrupting financial, retail, entertainment industries

Angry Birds took a mere 35 days to reach 50 million users.

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AI, cyber security and voice technology to continue hogging headlines in 2018

Artificial intelligence, cyber security, cloud computing, Internet of Things and edge computing

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iOS app developers make the most money during year-end holidays

Customers spent more than US$1.1 billion between December 24 and January 3

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10-year-old coder Yuma Sorianto wants to make apps to change the world

In Singapore yesterday, Melbourne schoolboy Yuma Soerianto was the guest coding instructor

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HP Inc opens advanced manufacturing centre in Singapore, the idea of a production engineer

A product engineer's idea of using data analytics spurred the opening of

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Goondu review: Apple iPhone X is sleek with new gesture interface

The iPhone X is Apple’s most expensive phone. The design has moved

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Unexpected lessons from the startup ecosystem, as SGInnovate steps up activities in 2018

SGInnovate, the one-year-old government-owned company tasked to develop new deep tech innovations

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Blockchain can be a game changer for telcos: McKinsey

Telcos are well-suited to provide blockchain services because customers need to trust

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NUS assistant professor finds winning startup formula with deep technology research

In just five years, NUS Computing Assistant Professor Prateek Saxena and his team of

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First impressions with the Apple iPhone X: four features that stand out

The iPhone X is the new Apple phone that people are really

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With live match data, sports journalists now get real-time insights at tennis matches

The SAP Tennis Analytics portal will provide data and insights to the

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Singapore public sector websites move to AWS

Governments that were previously loathe to use something that is not controlled

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Dell to spend US$1 billion on IoT, takes aim at AWS and Microsoft Azure

Dell Technologies has enhanced its focus on the Internet of Things (IoT)

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Asean lagging in AI, but Singapore can be regional hub

While Singapore has made great advances in AI, it is not recognised

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HPE targets space as next frontier

The Spaceborne Computer contains two of HPE’s beefy Apollo servers, built using

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M1 mobile security service aims to keep out malware on phones

M1 has rolled out a network-based mobile security service that aims to

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Telstra gets serious with cyber security

Australian telecom firm Telstra is expanding its managed security services with the

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Technology is disrupting public safety: Huawei

At the back-end, the work of officers reviewing and verifying information have

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Apple’s new iPhone will cost, but users are prepared to pay

Apple's new iPhone to be launched very soon will feature a slew

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Huawei aims to be global player in cloud services

It unveiled an ambitious plan to be among the top five global

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