• XPED Ltd (ASX:XPE) Showcases Multiple IoT Solutions at Singapore Microsoft Event

    Melbourne, Australia, Sep 26, 2016 - (ABN Newswire) - Xped Limited (ASX:XPE.AX - News) ("Xped" or "the Company") wishes to advise that its team has returned from a Microsoft Partner conference held in Singapore. John Schultz lead the exhibition for the Company and the team showcased

    ABN Newswire
  • Singapore-based Refash gets US$294K seed funding to help women clear their wardrobe

    The round was led by Tri5 Ventures, with participation from Tinkbig Ventures and an undisclosed angel investor Refash, a fast fashion resale and hybrid retail platform for women to buy and sell pre-loved clothing items, announced that it has raised a seed round of S$400,000 (US$294,323). The round was

    e27
  • Crane deployed to Block 201E Tampines Street 23

    Workers in Singapore direct a crane to a sun breaker that partially collapsed at Block 201E Tampines Street 23 on Sunday (25 Sept 2016).

    Yahoo Newsroom Videos
  • Sun breaker at Tampines block gets dislodged

    A sun breaker at Block 201E Tampines Street 23 partially collapsed Sunday morning.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • Data Security Council of India launches first global chapter in Singapore

    New Delhi [India], Sep 25 (ANI): Premier body on cyber security Data Security Council of India (DSCI) has announced the launch of its new chapter in Singapore with an aim to encourage the exchange of information, sharing of knowledge and best practices on cyber Security. The DSCI Singapore chapter among

    ANI
  • 25-year-old man arrested over man’s death in Bishan flat

    A 25-year-old man has been arrested in connection to the “unnatural death” of a 61-year-old man in a Bishan flat, Singapore police said early morning on Sunday (25 Sept). Upon arrival, they found a 61-year-old man lying motionless.

    Yahoo Singapore
  • You can now hail a driverless taxi with a smartphone in Singapore

    A new partnership between Grab, the largest ride-hailing service in Southeast Asia, and NuTonomy, a self-driving car startup with roots in MIT, creates a fleet of self-driving cars that can be hailed with a smartphone.

    Digital Trends
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 2 emits sparks and smoke on Indigo flight from Singapore to India

    A Samsung Galaxy Note 2 smartphone began smoking during a commercial flight from Singapore to Chennai, India on Friday (23 September), India's aviation regulator said. After smelling smoke coming from the overhead baggage compartment, passengers onboard the IndiGo flight, 6E-054, alerted the cabin

  • Singapore’s Paralympians get celebratory parade

    A convoy of Ferraris ferried Singapore's 13 Paralympians to various stops around the island to celebrate their Rio campaign. More pictures here: http://trib.al/jtfj8kk

    Yahoo Newsroom Videos
  • Common mistakes most Singaporean parents make

    (Photo: Getty Images) What kind of parents are Singaporeans? The Tiger Mum type or the “just-play-with-your-iPad-leave-me-alone” type? No matter what type we are, there will always be some of us who make these common mistakes. The reason I wrote this is not to shame Singapore parents, but to create an

    Adrian Tan
  • Middle-income trap spells graver racial conflict for Malaysia, Singapore don warns

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 24 — Malaysia needs to liberalise its economy to escape the middle income trap soon or risk seeing its growth levels cut, which will affect the spread of wealth and lead to...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Singapore robotics company GreyOrange is expanding into new verticals

    The company is also upgrading its flagship inventory management product, The Butler GreyOrange, one of the world’s leading robotic automation companies, is moving beyond serving e-commerce markets and towards verticals including medicine and automotives. The hardware startup has a 92 per cent market

    e27
  • Singapore HQ’d robotics company GreyOrange is expanding into new verticals

    The company is also upgrading its flagship inventory management product, The Butler GreyOrange, one of the world’s leading robotic automation companies, is moving beyond serving e-commerce markets and towards verticals including medicine and automotives. The hardware startup has a 92 per cent market

    e27
  • Singapore considers monitoring programme for babies born to women with Zika

    Singapore is exploring plans to establish a national surveillance programme to monitor the development of babies born to pregnant women infected with the Zika virus, the state-owned Channel NewsAsia (CNA) said on Friday. Sixteen pregnant women have been confirmed to have the virus in Singapore, CNA

    Reuters
  • Singapore considers monitoring program for babies born to women with Zika

    Singapore is exploring plans to establish a national surveillance program to monitor the development of babies born to pregnant women infected with the Zika virus, the state-owned Channel NewsAsia (CNA) said on Friday. Sixteen pregnant women have been confirmed to have the virus in Singapore, CNA said

    Reuters
  • Grab expands self-driving car trial in Singapore

    Southeast Asia's leading ride-hailing firm Grab on Friday teamed up with a US-based software developer to run a limited public trial of a self-driving car service in Singapore. Applications for free rides on the "robo-cars" opened on Friday, with the service expected to kick off next week

    AFP Relax
  • Which are the hair colours that require only one bleach to achieve?

    Pretty as these colourful trends are, we all know too well what bleach can do to hair. As it still requires bleaching, you may want to consider going for the peek-a-boo pink to minimize the damage and maximize the impact.

    SG Beauty Undercover, Yahoo Blogger Network
  • St James Fitness Festival to blend music and wellness across 3 stanges

    Get ready to whip out your most fashionable athletic gear at the St James Fitness Festival, which will showcase live workouts ranging from kickboxing, deep house yoga and Zumba to U-Jam fitness sessions across three stages. The event will feature fitness instructors from the US such as Kristen Noel

    Erin Kimbrell
  • World’s first Michelin-starred ramen joint to open in S’pore

    Rejoice, all ye who crave for Japanese ramen. Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta, a new ramen joint with one Michelin star, is making its way to Singapore this October. Founded by chef-owner Yuki Onishi in 2012, Tsuta became the first Japanese ramen eatery to receive the prestigious accolade in December 2015

    Elizabeth Tong
  • The Robot Taxi Takeover Is Already Beginning in Singapore

    The public can now book self-driving taxis through an app called Grab

    Time
  • 5 places that Singapore parents always say their children are from

    One of the most awkward questions a pre-pubescent child can ask is “where do babies come from?” Either you use lousy euphemisms for it (like “the birds and the bees”), you go into scientific Slot A/Tab B style explanations (that they can’t understand yet), or you lie. And if you’re a parent, you’re going

    The Popping Post
  • Uber rival Grab partners with driverless car firm in Singapore

    Users of ride-hailing firm Grab will be able to book driverless cars from Friday as it partners with a start-up testing the technology in Singapore, just days after rival Uber [UBER.UL] debuted its self-driving vehicles in the United States. The move comes as technology companies and automakers race

    Reuters
  • Self-driving car trial in Singapore opens to (some) Grab app users

    It's been nearly impossible catching a ride with Nutonomy's self-driving car in Singapore, but chances just got raised a little because the driving tech startup has opened seats to users of ride-hailing app, Grab. Nutonomy is an MIT spin-out that has been running limited closed trials of its

    Mashable Tech
  • 8 top cities for Pokemon Go players in Asia and beyond

    Still can’t get enough of Pokemon Go? Nab the region-specific Pokemon and up your chances of catching as many as you can, while exploring these cities. From Tokyo to New York, here’s a list of the top places to go.

    Yahoo Newsroom
  • Singapore Aug headline CPI falls 0.3 pct y/y, down for 22nd straight month

    Singapore's headline consumer price index fell in August, dragged down by declines in the costs of housing and transportation, data showed on Friday. The all-items consumer price index (CPI) in August declined 0.3 percent from a year earlier, after falling 0.7 percent in July. It marked 22 straight

    Reuters

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