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With new regional lab in Singapore, Huawei seeks to win converts to its phone software
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With new regional lab in Singapore, Huawei seeks to win converts to its phone software

February 25th, 2021 | by Wilson Wong
Huawei has opened a regional lab in Singapore to develop software for its phones and other connected devices. The location is...
After ownership change and overhaul, M1 brings out “fully flexible” mobile plans
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After ownership change and overhaul, M1 brings out “fully flexible” mobile plans

February 23rd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
This comes two years after M1 was delisted from the Singapore Exchange amid an ownership change and much uncertainty over its...
Restrictions on use of TraceTogether data are good but government needs to rebuild trust
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Restrictions on use of TraceTogether data are good but government needs to rebuild trust

February 3rd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
After the TraceTogether debacle, the Singapore government has to urgently regain the trust needed to bolster defences against the...
Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs
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Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs

January 22nd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
It won't just fund the big players and telcos to develop proofs of concept, but also help SMEs take up 5G in...
StarHub to stream The Mandalorian and other shows after exclusive Disney+ deal
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StarHub to stream The Mandalorian and other shows after exclusive Disney+ deal

January 7th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
With an exclusive deal to distribute Disney+ in SIngapore, StarHub will stream The Mandalorian and other Disney shows on its TV+...
Second fibre broadband outage in a month looks bad for M1
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Second fibre broadband outage in a month looks bad for M1

December 22nd, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
A second outage in a month for M1's fibre broadband service means it's either really unlucky or has deeper problems with its...
Log in to e-services by scanning your face, sending SMS to children for SingPass verification
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Log in to e-services by scanning your face, sending SMS to children for SingPass verification

December 17th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
By scanning their faces to verify their identity, SingPass users can sign on to Singapore government services...
How will Singapore digital banks fare amid tougher scrutiny of Internet companies?
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How will Singapore digital banks fare amid tougher scrutiny of Internet companies?

December 12th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
As new Singapore digital banks, Grab, Singtel and Sea will make it harder for consumers to leave them and could become too big to...
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Infineon plans global AI innovation hub in Singapore

December 2nd, 2020 | by Grace Chng
Infineon has unveiled plans for a global artificial intelligence (AI) innovation hub in Singapore, as part of its transformation...
StarHub fastest in 4G download speeds, says Opensignal
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StarHub fastest in 4G download speeds, says Opensignal

November 24th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
StarHub provided the fastest 4G download speeds among the four telecom operators in Singapore, according to...
DIY: Secure your home cameras by reducing exposure
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DIY: Secure your home cameras by reducing exposure

October 14th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
You can't keep out all threats but you can reduce the risk of your home cameras being hijacked by hackers by minimising your...
Test driving 5G in Singapore: Faster, yes, but still a work in progress
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Test driving 5G in Singapore: Faster, yes, but still a work in progress

October 2nd, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Singtel's 5G trial offers a glimpse into a future of ultra-fast downloads on the go, but it also reflects the work still in...
1,000 professionals to be hired, reskilled to support 5G rollouts in Singapore
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1,000 professionals to be hired, reskilled to support 5G rollouts in Singapore

September 30th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Telcos in Singapore will hire and reskill 1,000 professionals to help roll out 5G networks, as it seeks to develop relevant...
Google to use solar energy from 500 HDB flats to help power Singapore operations
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Google to use solar energy from 500 HDB flats to help power Singapore operations

September 15th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Google will be using solar energy from 500 HDB flats in Singapore to help power its operations in the...
Make “next-gen” ERP module optional for Singapore vehicle owners in future
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Make “next-gen” ERP module optional for Singapore vehicle owners in future

September 13th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
The onboard unit or OBU that collects road toll in Singapore in future looks outdated before it's even rolled out into vehicles...
With more phones hitting the market, Singapore telcos rush out earlier version of 5G
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With more phones hitting the market, Singapore telcos rush out earlier version of 5G

September 10th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
With more 5G phones hitting the market, including an impending 5G iPhone, Singapore telcos are rushing out an early version of the...
Will Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 win new fans with souped-up foldable design?
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Will Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 win new fans with souped-up foldable design?

September 4th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
With a more polished design and improved screen, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 could win over new users, at least those who can afford...
A year after the first commercial 5G networks, a search for use cases as the tech evolves
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A year after the first commercial 5G networks, a search for use cases as the tech evolves

September 1st, 2020 | by Techgoondu
While the pandemic had initially threatened to slow its adoption, 5G has continued to evolve for both consumers and businesses...
TPG’s customer service woes a troubling sign of Singapore’s overheated mobile market
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TPG’s customer service woes a troubling sign of Singapore’s overheated mobile market

August 31st, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Poor customer service at TPG Telecom is a worrying sign that competition in Singapore has brought lower mobile prices but poorer...
Q&A: Robots still have much to learn from interactions with humans, say NUS profs behind AI breakthrough
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Q&A: Robots still have much to learn from interactions with humans, say NUS profs behind AI breakthrough

July 28th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Robots stilll have much to learn through interactions with humans, say NUS researchers behind artificial brain and skin that gave robots a sense of...