Stories By Tan Weizhen
127 Oct 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: This price point is the same as what it is currently charging in the United States, says Netflix chief communications officer Jonathan Friedland.
227 Oct 2015 Tue
TODAY reports: DBS Bank will partner with Singapore Management University to study publicly available data from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Foursquare to improve on products and services.
319 Oct 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: A task force set up to address the issues has no legal power to compel the developer to rectify the defects, residents say.
409 Oct 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: StarHub’s 4G Hetnet, which will have traditional mobile base stations as well as mini base stations known as small cells, will be rolled out at about 40 commercial buildings, malls and hospitals by the end of 2016.
528 Sep 2015 Mon
TODAY reports: Launched by Ultra Clean Asia Pacific, which develops and supplies systems for the semiconductor industry, the centre will target sectors like aerospace, dental and medical.
623 Sep 2015 Wed
TODAY reports: From crowd control to scheduling and efficient route planning, experiments are currently being undertaken to improve urban mobility for Singaporeans.
712 Sep 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: The Workers’ Party garnered 39.27 per cent of valid votes cast, a drop of almost six percentage points from 2011.
804 Sep 2015 Fri
TODAY reports: Many SMEs here are dependent on foreign workers, and if these companies fold, many Singaporeans will lose their jobs, says Manpower Minister Lim Swee Say.
903 Sep 2015 Thu
TODAY reports: Pitching all its efforts into connecting with residents personally and at rallies is a better use of the People’s Power Party’s limited resources, says secretary-general Goh Meng Seng.
1015 Aug 2015 Sat
TODAY reports: Ms Nadine Yap, a Eurasian of Chinese-German mix, believes there needs to be more diverse types in Parliament but she is not "virulently anti-PAP".