Tag: Technology

Apple, Broadcom ordered to pay $1.1bn for patent infringement

A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday ordered Apple and Broadcom to pay $1.1 billion to a California university for infringing wifi technology patents in what is thought to be one of the largest patent verdicts ever. Apple was ordered to pay $837 million and Broadcom...

Cloud cooking land: Indian housewives become gig economy chefs

by Vishal MANVE Rashmi Sahijwala never expected to start working at the age of 59, let alone join India's gig economy -- now she is part of an army of housewives turning their homes into "cloud kitchens" to feed time-starved millennials. Asia's third-largest economy is battling...

Singaporeans have much to look forward to in the coming months

The first week of 2020 has already introduced changes to life in Singapore, including in the areas of Internet speed, taxes and transport. Singaporeans can look forward to, among other things, two new 5G mobile networks, government bursaries for students and new HDB flats. On...

New partnership gives fleet customers power with mobile device vehicle key management

Fleet owners, new car dealers and ride-sharing companies have a simple and secure solution giving their customers the power of vehicle access (including vehicle start and drive) and car key management on their mobile device. This is made possible through a new partnership between Irdeto and VOXX Automotive...

Gender neutral emojis hit screens in new Apple update

Apple has put out new gender neutral emojis of most of its people icons -- including punks, clowns and zombies -- as part of an update to its mobile operating system. The tech giant has offered growing numbers of inclusive emoji designs in recent years,...

China talks up tech prowess in face of US rivalry

China on Sunday said it aims to become a "great power" in the online world and took a swipe at Washington on trade, kicking off its annual conference promoting the Communist Party's controlled and censored version of the internet. US-China rivalry is increasingly playing out...

Bostik to push its products and branding identity across the asian market

Bostik, the industry leader for innovative and smart adhesive solutions, is on a drive to penetrate the Asian market with new adhesive technologies. The French company, renowned for its expertise as a specialist in adhesives, is offering smart solutions to meet the pressing challenges from industry...

Why it’s important to digitally declutter your life, and 5 ways to do it

Technology is a brilliant and wonderful thing that has permeated practically every area of our lives with its advantages. We can communicate with friends, order groceries, have food delivered, do our shopping, read the news, pay our bills, watch movies, book travel tickets, play...

China’s answer to Nasdaq set to begin trading

by Dan Martin / Lianchao LAN Trading begins Monday on a new Nasdaq-style technology board in Shanghai that represents one of China's most significant market reforms, and a potential weapon in its growing tech rivalry with the United States. Twenty-five stocks will debut on the Shanghai...

Tech savvy: PM Lee says LKY learned to use a computer at 70 so he could work on his memoir

Singapore—Perhaps we can call the country’s founding Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, as the father of a Smart Nation, since he learned to use the computer at age 70 so he could work on his memoirs. In a Toggle interview on April 28, Prime Minister...