Vodafone Connects Mobike's Bike-Sharing Scheme in Singapore

SINGAPORE, March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vodafone is providing all the managed Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity for the world's most popular bike sharing company Mobike's operations in Singapore, Mobike's first outside of China. The Vodafone ... ( read original story ...)

TPG predicts SG$300m spend on Singapore mobile network

Australian telecommunications provider TPG has announced its financial results for the first half of FY17, revealing that it is predicting capital expenditure spend of between SG$200 million and SG$300 million for the rollout of its Singaporean mobile network. ( read original story ...)

Singapore Navy launches fourth littoral mission vessel Justice

Naval Technology News, views and contacts from the global Naval industry The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) has launched the fourth littoral mission vessel (LMV), Justice, at Singapore Technologies Marine's (ST Marine) Benoi shipyard. Singapore State ... ( read original story ...)

Growing demand for mobile payment services across Asia

mobile payments soared from the same base to 38.6 trillion yuan, a jump of more than 200 per cent, said Beijing-based BigData Research. China's embrace of fintech has put even Singapore to shame: 40 per cent of Chinese consumers are today using new payment ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore February Non-Oil Export Growth Exceeds Expectations

SINGAPORE--Singapore's February exports rose faster than expected, as shipments of electronics and non-electronics goods rose. Exports of goods made in Singapore rose 21.5% in February compared with a year earlier, after rising 8.6% in January, trade ... ( read original story ...)

3 Ways You Lose by Not Using a Credit Card in Singapore

Using credit cards is just one of them, especially for people in Singapore. According to the MasterCard's Mobile Payments Readiness Index, Singapore ranked as the most "mobile payments ready" country in the world with a very high penetration of credit cards. ( read original story ...)

Technology key to solving manpower crunch: Swee Say

SINGAPORE — While there are legitimate concerns in countries about technology putting workers out of jobs, such a worry would be largely unfounded in Singapore, said Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say yesterday, as he assured undergraduates who had the job ... ( read original story ...)