TPG, a telco founded by Malaysian-born Australian tycoon David Teoh 20 years ago, is used to competing with the big boys, Goh Thean Eu discovers.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch, HSBC and the IDA said they have jointly developed a prototype solution built on blockchain technology that could change the way businesses around the world trade with each other.
Singapore has merged its ICT and media agencies, and spun off a new agency to oversee government ICT. Benjamin Cher talks to the new GovTech chief Jacqueline Poh to find out what exactly its role is.
OMGTel is confident that its technical expertise will boost its efforts to become Singapore’s fourth telco provider, even as the spectrum auction looms.
Singtel will roll out the island's first commercial Voice-over-WiFi service in August, on the back of what it said were positive results from its Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) trial conducted over the past one year at the Jurong Lake District.
The IDA launched Data.gov.sg in June 2011 as a repository for publicly-available datasets, originally aimed at so-called ‘power users,’ but is now taking it a step further.
Does an ‘air-gap’ philosophy have a place and time in today’s hyper-connected world? And why is the industry so hesitant to weigh in? Benjamin Cher reports.
With the entry of MVNO Circles.Life, Benjamin Cher asks: Is the market ready for yet another mobile operator, or will Singapore’s incumbents maintain the status quo?
Singtel has launched the Singtel Cyber Security Institute (CSI), which it described as a hybrid between an advanced cyber range and an educational institute.
IDA announces a Robot-as-a-Service pilot to address the SME manpower crunch.