High-tech farms in Singapore take on cold-weather crops

SINGAPORE: Kale is touted as a "superfood", eaten in salads and sandwiches, blended in green juices and even baked into chips. The trendy greens are typically grown in temperate countries such as Australia and the US, but with the help of technology ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore renews efforts to boost e-scrap collections

Asia: In a bid to boost the electronics recycling rate in Singapore, the Singtel x SingPost E-waste Recycling Programme was launched at the start of this week to coincide with World Environment Day. With its population of 5.5 million people, Singapore is ... ( read original story ...)

Jio 4G speed dips, availability surges in India: OpenSignal

... 4G speeds tend to be the ones that have built LTE-Advanced networks and have a large proportion of LTE-Advanced capable devices. Singapore, South Korea, Hungary, Norway, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Croatia, New Zealand, Bulgaria, Australia, Denmark ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s public sector outlines plans to go green

SINGAPORE: Singapore's public sector is taking the lead in ... It is also made of wood from responsible sources and uses smart technology to control lighting and air conditioning. "It will be a hub for thought leadership, sharing of best practices ... ( read original story ...)

Airbus organises start-up event in Singapore

The event was inspired by the Singapore government’s Smart Nation initiative, which aims to identify solutions that use connectivity and technology to improve the life of ordinary people, particularly in areas such as transportation, infrastructure and ... ( read original story ...)

Ride-hailing firm Grab says likely to raise funds in near future

In five years, Grab's network has grown from 40 drivers in one country to over 930,000 across 55 cities in seven countries including Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. The Singapore-based startup raised $750 million in a funding round in ... ( read original story ...)