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.
Twitter Inc has launched its Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore, about a year after first opening its subsidiary in the island-republic, saying that it would more than double headcount from the current 80.
80% of the chief executive officers (CEOs) from the world’s top companies are now engaged online and via social media, according to research released recently by global public relations (PR) firm Weber Shandwick.
Monster Worldwide Inc has announced the region-wide launch of TalentBin by Monster, which it said provides recruiters access to previously ‘unfindable’ candidate profiles through aggregated social sources across the Web.
Singapore startup Present app announced it has raised S$500,000 (US$370,000) from investors such as James Teo, executive chairman of Eastgate Technology; and Bobby Lim, executive director of Tai Sin Electric, among others.
We’re living in a day and age not just defined by mobile connectivity, but dominated and controlled by it, writes Consumer Electronics Association president and CEO Gary Shapiro.
An insightful rant from Julian Matthews, the former Malaysian correspondent to CNet, ZDnet, Newsbytes, Nikkei Electronics Asia and AsiaBizTech.com.
More than half of companies (56%) surveyed in South-East Asia for LinkedIn’s recruiting trends report said they are spending more to raise general awareness of their company to establish a strong employer brand.
The recent move by Facebook to conduct a sociological experiment on a select group of its users has drawn criticism from academia, analysts and social media professionals who described it as callous, unethical and irresponsible; although perhaps not illegal, writes Edwin Yapp.
Telenor Group and Opera Software have announced a re-commitment and an expansion of their partnership to bring the mobile web to Telenor’s customers.