Author: Benjamin Cher
With new trends like the Internet of Things, big data and mobility, today’s security startups have it tougher than they did a few years ago, and may require the guiding hand of industry veterans, ventured a Singapore Government executive.
Singapore-based startup Present has officially launched its app, which allows users to record up to two minutes of video, and also gives them a platform to edit, store and view these videos from anywhere.
Garuda Robotics, which describes itself as a platform-agnostic drone company, is aiming to provide companies with commercial solutions, and intends to build a platform to analyse and derive insights from drone feeds.
Singapore startup Legalese.io has just launched, hoping that ‘software will eat the law’ when it comes to drafting legal documents for startups and VCs to use. Benjamin Cher reports.
Legal services still remain relatively untouched by the startup boom in Asia. Obfuscated terms and legal jargon provide high barriers of entry, giving lawyers a monopoly. But that might change with a couple of new startups making their debut, writes Benjamin Cher.
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P2P lending platform Capital Match, founded by ex-Rocket Internet executive Pawal Kuznicki and former investment banker Kevin Lim, is looking to play matchmaker to Singapore SMEs and individual investors.
Enhancements to SingPass, Singapore’s single sign-on for users to access e-government services, are slated to go live on July 5, according to the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and US technology giant Microsoft Corp have embarked on an ambitious plan to transform Singapore into a ‘computational thinking’ nation by teaching coding skills to the masses.