- News tagged "straits times"
Thursday, 19 Nov 2015
Apple is going all out to tackle climate change, turning to solar power to run its entire Singapore operations, including its upcoming Apple Store in Orchard Road.
Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015
A growing number of local hobbyists and enthusiasts have taken to navigating local skies remotely. Yes, drone-flying is actually legal here, although you should probably take note of certain no-fly zones and other restrictions.
Monday, 3 Aug 2015
A team from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has developed a microchip that can potentially boost the audio quality in a wide range of devices.
Friday, 5 Jun 2015
A major design revamp will be rolling out to The Straits Times on 1 July, bringing a more consistent look and feel across both print and digital platforms.
Friday, 22 May 2015
Toshiba will leave Singapore by end of May this year. The Japanese multinational conglomerate cites stiff competition as the reason but there could be more behind its sudden departure.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2015
A four-year long $22 million trial using wireless technology that allows vehicles to detect other vehicles in blind spots will soon be tried out on the campus of Nanyang Technological University.
Friday, 28 Nov 2014
Good news for Galaxy Note Edge owners, the Straits Times has just released its official Galaxy Note Edge app, letting you read the latest local news and stories on your side Edge display.
Thursday, 26 Jun 2014
If things go according to plan, myRepublic may be the fourth local telecommunications company. The two-year old local broadband services provider intends to challenge the three incumbent telcos by bringing its disruptive energy to the fray. Read on to find out if it offers what the consumer wants.
Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014
Consumers here may soon have more choices as Singapore's telecommunications regulator is looking to ease in a fourth mobile operator here. The IDA is sussing out interest from potential entrants to roll out mobile services.
Sunday, 25 Aug 2013
Customers can look forward to faster rollouts and connections to Singapore's ultra-fast fibre broadband network, whose builder OpenNet has been plagued by delay woes.