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Online shopping is the latest craze. The convenience of shopping from home and the comfort of waiting for your items while you are relaxing are some perks of online shopping that is hard to let go once you get used to it. This  Singles’ Day, expect this craze to go wilder, with all the great …

Singles’ Day is around the corner. For us, this means lots of great deals are up for grabs. There are some particularly great deals in the backpack department. Here are some of the top picks for you that can grab now in AliExpress. Mark Ryden Anti-theft Multifunctional Waterproof Backpack This slim laptop bag also comes with …

To leverage Singapore’s global trade connectivity[1], DBS Bank and Trafigura, in collaboration with Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Enterprise Singapore and tradetech Perlin, have come together to develop an open-sourced blockchain trade platform (ICC TradeFlow platform) to connect trade partners across borders and streamline manual paper-based trade processes to …

What if globally designed products could radically change how we work, produce and consume? Several examples across continents show the way we are producing and consuming goods could be improved by relying on globally shared digital resources, such as design, knowledge and software. Imagine a prosthetic hand designed by geographically dispersed communities of scientists, designers …

Singles’ Day is around the corner — it is the perfect time to restock on your school supplies, there’s a lot of great deals during this time. Here are some of the best school accessories that you can get for way less in Singles’ Day. Keep Tidy & Organised: New Office Student’s Pen Pouch & …

16 organisations were honoured for their efforts to transform the economy and strengthen Singapore’s digital readiness, in support of the digital economy. 10 organisations were recognised as Singapore’s most innovative at the 2019 Singapore Digital (SG:D) Techblazer Awards. The companies received their awards from the Minister for Communications and Information, Mr S Iswaran at the …

The online desktop tool can be accessed via abbsmartcities.com The interactive landscape shows some of the safe, smart and sustainable solutions that can contribute to the design of a comprehensive ‘smart city’. Launching the tool, Amina Hamidi, ABB Electrification’s Chief Technology Officer said: “Half the world’s population now live in towns and cities, which are at …

The power grid of today and tomorrow is fast becoming a “thinking” grid that will be able to adjust and regulate its performance, incorporate varied power infrastructure and enable multiple business models. This new grid will have to balance these capabilities with the need for security and the impact of disruption. The Roundtable G session delved into trends and challenges of …

Four Key Takeaways from the SIEW Energy Insights Sessions. Oil Demand Could Peak as Early As 2020 With growth in GDP globally at around 3.6 per cent per year, oil demand has increased and crossed the milestone of an average 100 million barrels a day. However, growth in oil demand is slowing with the shift …

James Dyson’s decision to cancel his electric car project in Singapore can’t have been easy. His engineering company had devoted four years and millions of pounds to the vehicle’s development but has now decided it isn’t commercially viable. Perhaps there isn’t room for another would-be Tesla to challenge the established automotive industry with a novel …