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  1. ASIA'S FUTURE CITIES: Vientiane start-up scene holding out for a 'hero'

    In a new series looking at opportunities and challenges in Asia's cities, Jack Board goes to Vientiane to look at the fledgling entrepreneurial ...
  2. StarHub helping broadband customers secure compromised devices

    "Our technical service officers HubTroopers will conduct an on-site investigation ... These may include installing anti-malware software, ...
  3. Appeals for traffic offences must be made online from Nov 1

    With the launch of the Traffic e-Appeals Portal, Traffic Police will no longer accept walk-in appeals or those sent via fax, email or post, the ...
  4. Smart homes: Wise choice or hacker haven?

    Smart homes tout convenience and the ability to remotely monitor those at home. But are these benefits at the expense of consumer security?
  5. No ‘prisoner’ to their cells: Dumbphones over smartphones for some in Singapore

    Feature phone - or dumbphone - users tell Channel NewsAsia how they do without WhatsApp, Instagram or Uber in their daily lives.
  6. UNHRC condemns disruption of Internet access by states

    As with previous resolutions on digital rights, the resolution reaffirmed UNHRC’s position that “the same rights people have offline must also be ...
  7. Risk of a terror attack has worsened: DPM Teo

    Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean talks about the terror threat, South China Sea tensions, and Internet access for public servants, in an ...
  8. Internet access block for public servants under consideration for "a very long time": Yaacob

    Communications and Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim says that while the move won't be easy, agencies like the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the ...
  9. Govt's move is not to cut off Internet access for public servants: Vivian Balakrishnan

    “Most people underestimate the dangers of breaches of our systems, and the fact that espionage and criminal activity is ongoing in the present,” ...
  10. Teachers to continue having Internet access from their computers: MOE

    All teachers are already on separate network that is not connected to the Government Enterprise Network, said the Education Ministry.