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IMDA to roll out parcel locker network by end-2021

A NATIONWIDE network of parcel lockers slated to be fully rolled out by end-2022 will be ready one year ahead of schedule, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced on Friday.

Over 500 SMEs gain digital access to new markets overseas

DESPITE the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 500 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore were able to access new markets overseas through e-commerce platforms under the Grow Digital...

NetLink to suspend service orders after 4 workers infected with virus

FIBRE broadband operator NetLink Trust has been directed to suspend all service orders for homes and offices until April 19, after four workers under one of its contractors tested positive for the...

IMDA starts probe into StarHub broadband disruptions

THE Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has commenced investigations into the two service disruptions to StarHub's Internet services on Wednesday, and will not hesitate to take "strong...

S$8m fund to save jobs, help media freelancers during Covid-19 crisis

THE Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) on Tuesday unveiled several initiatives aimed at protecting jobs and tiding the local media sector over the coronavirus pandemic.

Singapore releases new initiatives on AI governance for consumer trust

A YEAR after releasing a framework on how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used ethically, Singapore on Tuesday unveiled a set of new initiatives on AI governance aimed at enhancing consumer...

Firms dangle double-digit pay hikes for tech talent

SINGAPORE tech talents - including those in non-technology industries - continue to see high demand despite a slowing global economy and companies switching their hiring to a lower gear.

SingPost fined S$100,000 for failing delivery standards

THE Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has fined Singapore Post (SingPost) S$100,000 for not meeting quality of service (QoS) standards on delivery of local basic letters and registered mail...

Facebook, IMDA start accelerator for data startups

FACEBOOK wants to help grow the region's startups and small businesses - and is putting action into words with its first accelerator programme for South-east Asian startups.

Facebook, IMDA to launch startup accelerator in Singapore in February

FACEBOOK on Tuesday unveiled Startup Station, Singapore, a startup accelerator programme for data-driven startups based in South-east Asia.

Facebook, IMDA's startup accelerator to kick off in February 2019 in Singapore

FACEBOOK on Tuesday unveiled Startup Station, Singapore, a startup accelerator programme for data-driven startups based in South-east Asia.