TM R&D said it has signed a collaboration agreement with UMCH Technology Sdn Bhd that would pave the way for more joint R&D collaborations between the two parties in the near future.
Given that control is the key to saving diabetics’ lives, Ong Kai Kiat looks into how digital technologies can help.
Traditional industries that have been dismissed as being resistant to change are already being transformed by the Internet of Things (IoT), and here are some examples, from retail and logistics to healthcare.
Bangalore-headquartered healthcare startup Practo Technologies is looking to grow its base in South-East Asia, where it already operates in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.
Bangkok-based medical tourism portal Medical Departures has secured US$2.5mil in Series A funding, in a round led by Singapore venture fund DMP.
There is a huge gap between the number of doctors and the number of people seeking treatment in Indonesia, and healthcare startup Konsula hopes to fill that gap.
Doug Cutting weighs in on the present and future of Hadoop’s role in the world, from an obscure database to being the basis of big data analytics.
Looking for a clinic in an unfamiliar area during an emergency ain’t a walk in the park, especially when search engines can’t offer reliable suggestions. MyDoc.my aims to solve that problem, writes Lum Ka Kay.
Practo has announced its entry into the Malaysian market with the availability of its Practo Search and Practo Ray solutions in Kuala Lumpur.
South-East Asia looks to be pretty much a key overseas market for Bangalore-headquartered startup Practo, which is already in Indonesia, the Philippines and Singapore, with its Malaysian operations set to launch next month.