TECHNOLOGY SECTOR

MyDoc: connecting patients, medical professionals and insurers digitally

As the trend of delivering health services through digital platforms gains traction in Asia, Singapore firms have been tapping healthcare technology for business growth. One company that has...

Razer founder Tan Min Liang's 'insane drive to be the best'

The founder of the gaming company attributes his success to his parents, and talks about his insane drive to be the best.

Deep tech start-ups may get $100m boost

Up to half of the funds in the Startup SG Equity scheme could be set aside for start-ups working in the sectors of advanced manufacturing and engineering, health and biomedical sciences, and urban...

Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia opens new $4.2 million customer centre in Singapore

SINGAPORE - Japanese tech firm Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia has opened a $4.2 million customer engagement centre here to drive its regional industrial printing operations.

Moveon spinoff launches wrist camera with surround view

Thrill-seekers don't have many places to mount a camera if they want to remain hands-free but still capture most of their surroundings and themselves in their footage.

Habitap: taking its smart home app to smart offices

Singapore's Smart Nation drive has encouraged local firms to look to the benefits of smart home technology. This includes Habitap, a start-up that offers homeowners a platform for smart living...

$2.4b worth of tenders to be called this year to deliver Smart Nation projects

SINGAPORE - Singapore's tech budget this year will be close to last year's record high as the country gears up to deliver results on a Smart Nation sensor network, and set up its first sophisticated...

Deals discovery app Fave upbeat about prospects

Daily deals sites have found it increasingly tough to stay afloat in recent years on the back of rising competition, but Fave - the company that acquired Groupon's Singapore arm - has ambitious...

Private sector to help identify and nurture tech start-ups with strong potential

SINGAPORE - The private sector is chipping in to help technopreneurs and start-ups in areas of deep-tech such as artificial intelligence, cyber security and digital health.

Makers of X-mini speakers still pushing to the max

Technological advances have changed the game for many businesses, forcing some to close and others to relook their plans. In the fourth and last part of a weekly series, The Straits Times looks at...