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Yahoo! unveils three products - Mobile Video Ads, Smart Ads and Targeted Ads - that bring tailored, targeted and interactive rich media ads to mobile devices in its Southeast Asian markets.
Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) and Cisco has announced four local startups - TheMobileGamer, Phokki, E-Thermity and Zimplistic - as the Singapore entrants to their recently announced global business plan competition.
While some 73-percent of Singaporean professionals consider themselves "passive talent", around six out of seven of those are actually open to job offers, according to LinkedIn's internal data.
A common SMS and email phishing scam in South Africa is using the company name of the short term lender Wonga to defraud consumers.
SPRING Singapore announces an entrepreneurship training scheme to equip professionals and executives who aspire to be entrepreneurs with relevant skills to start and run a business.
Microsoft today debuted the Windows Phone 8, its highly anticipated smartphone operating system, in Singapore, showing off a slew of Windows Phone 8 phones from smartphone vendors Samsung, Nokia and HTC.
Social relationship management platform Nimble is launching a program that would see it offer startups a year of free access to its social relationship software through partner startup accelerators.
According to data in the latest State of the Internet Report provided by Akamai Technologies, 56% of all malignant traffic observed by its customers - such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks - originate from the Asia Pacific/Oceania region, with China contributing a full 41%.
According to an Avast survey of close to 200 Singaporeans, the Internet security solutions provider discovered that a whopping 86 percent of survey participants prefer to join unprotected Wi-Fi networks over secure ones that require a password.
Swiff (www.swiffpay.com), a new mobile payment platform that allows cashless credit card payments using mobile phones and mobile tablet devices as credit card or debit card terminals, launched in Singapore last week.
Eight out of ten Singapore-based marketers surveyed in a recent study say that mobile will be one of the most important tools to engage with customers in the next two to three years.
UNWTO's "One Billion Tourists: One Billion Opportunities" campaign got the public to vote on ideas that would have the greatest benefit for the people and places they visit and to pledge to follow that tip when traveling. The winning tip? 'Buy Local'.
LinkedIn today revealed data showing that the top three most in demand employers in its network for Singapore are IT giants IBM and Microsoft, followed by consulting firm Accenture.
Amsterdam-based startup accelerator Rockstart has announced a new program that aims to support ten teams of founders with 99 mentors for 100 days, followed by an additional three-month summer program and ending with a 25-day road trip to Silicon Valley.
We've all known that social media has played, and will continue to play, a huge role in politics. The question is: how much influence and impact does it really have? A new report, recently released late last month by social media research and analysis company Colligent, aims to shed light on this.
Singapore-based bank DBS today announced that they will be providing social enterprises in Singapore with project grants of up to S$1 million to help them with their business expansion plans and help boost their social causes.
Singapore-based technology startup accelerator Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI.Asia) today announced a strategic tie-up with Golden Gate Ventures, another startup accelerator also based in Singapore, that will see the latter's co-founders Vinnie Lauria, Jeff Paine and Paul Bragiel join JFDI.Asia's "bootcamp" accelerator program as mentors with immediate effect.
Rutgers' Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development, has announced a partnership with a minority-run early stage venture capital firm, H360 Capital, and NJIT’s Enterprise Development Center, to attract technology companies to Newark, New Jersey.
Research compiled from messaging threat protection service provider Cloudmark’s Global Threat Network places the United States as the top country in the world in terms of volume of email spam, followed by Brazil and France. Asia Pacific countries rated fairly low on the global scale when it came to volume of email spam sent, but they do exhibit a high incidence of spam among total emails sent.
A recent study by IT management software provider SolarWinds of 150 150 IT decision makers at Singapore SMEs reveals challenges surrounding BYOD at the workplace.
According to the latest SurePayroll Small Business Scorecard for August 2012, 82-percent of small business owners did not seek lending so far this year. And of those that did, only 32-percent had difficulty convincing the banks to hand over the money.