personal safety app
US-based data analytics and security firm Rhodes Edge Inc has acquired Singapore-based geolocation technology startup Folr for an undisclosed sum.
James Khoo of personal safety app startup SecQ.me, who is leaving the company he founded more than three years ago and will be looking for a full-time job to support his family, talks to A. Asohan.
The ‘personal safety’ app market saw a new entrant with the recent launch of Folr, a geolocation tracking application which claims to give real-time information on the whereabouts of family members, significant others, best friends and more.
Malaysian startup WaryBee has launched a crowdfunding drive as one of the inaugural campaigns on StarHub’s Crowdtivate platform that also went live officially this morning (July 22).
Mobile app to empower positive actions and safety in neighbourhood communities Free to use and currently in beta, startup seeking more users to test out platform
SecQ.me Sdn Bhd has cut the price of its Watch Over Me personal safety app from RM80 a year to RM36 for the full service, for those who download it before Jan 31, 2014.
Latin America, here we come! That, or something along those lines, must have been among the hoots of joy that reverberated in SecQ.me’s office when founder James Khoo and his cofounder Chin Xin-Ci were told they would receive a US$155,000 (RM500,000) grant from Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd.