Lim Min Zhang
A firm has been fined $4,000 by Singapore's privacy watchdog for the leak of the personal data of more than 400 national servicemen on June 12 last year due to a technical error.
Book in using fingerprint scanner, sign weapons out with facial recognition tech at SAF's 'smart camps'
SINGAPORE - More army soldiers can soon use a fingerprint scanner to book into camp more quickly, use facial recognition to take out weapons without signing with pen and paper, and view their...
At 40m, Jewel Changi Airport's indoor waterfall is the world's tallest. And it proved the popular choice for snaps and selfies as around 60,000 people became the first members of the public to...
Three student teams to test business ideas at River Hongbao after topping entrepreneurship challenge
SINGAPORE - Three teams of young entrepreneurs will get to test business ideas, such as selling customised denim jackets and balloons with LED lights, at the annual River Hongbao celebrations next...
As a veteran civil servant, Mr Jumadi Mohamed Yosope took a leap of faith last year when he decided to look for a second career in a different industry .
Potatoes, cucumbers and carrots - none is a match for the $2,000 commercial-grade vegetable cutter from Spain, which can slice up to 300kg of vegetables in an hour.
SINGAPORE - More help for aspiring and current hawkers was unveiled on Monday (Oct 9): a one-stop information centre and the launch of a productivity grant first announced in March.