What Can RM1 Buy You These Days? On This M’sian Fintech App, The Answer Is Gold.
HelloGold is a Malaysian fintech app that lets you buy and sell physical gold for investment, for as low as RM1, stored in a vault in Singapore.
[REVIEW] The New iPad Pro Packs Serious Heat – Enough To Rival The MacBook
We've had the new iPad Pro for a little while now and it's shaping up to be a real killer in performance. Here's our honest review. - iPad Pro Singapore
They’ve Got A License To Hack – Why These 2 Men Took 50% Pay Cuts To Start Up
InsiderSecurity is sieving their way through the net for crime - this is what co-founders have to say about cybersecurity in Singapore.
Ditch Your Keys, This Smart Lock Will Ensure That No One Will Ever Get Locked Out Of The Office Again
We tried out Igloohome's Deadbolt 02 smart lock and we are thoroughly impressed with how much it makes our office life fuss-free!
This Is The Winning Idea That Got 123RF First Place At Google M’sia’s Mobile Hackathon
We speak to the 123RF team, a stock photo startup, about their recent win at the Google Malaysia Mobile Hackathon developing solutions for AMP and PWA.
$3M Spent To Bring This US Coding School To S’pore – But It’s Closing After Just A Few Months
Byte Academy is a New York-headquartered programming school that offers financial technology and data science courses here.
There’s A Virtual Clicking Incentive “Community” Right On Facebook. Here’s How It Works.
We look into how link sharing sites in Malaysia work, how people earn money from them and also what are the ethical concerns behind using them.
It’s Hard To Find A Workout Buddy, So This App Helps To Connect You To Other Fitness Enthusiasts
This new locally-developed social fitness app aims to not just organise workouts between friends, but also bring like-minded strangers to exercise together.
New Competition For Bike-Sharing Firms – Local Startup Rolls Out E-Scooters In Singapore
Telepod has embarked on the first electric scooter-sharing trials in Singapore - one at Suntec City, and another at the Nanyang Technological University.
“Discounts Are Lazy Marketing”, These Guys Build Brand Loyalty Through Gamification
CheQQme is a Malaysian startup that uses gamification on its mobile marketing platform to engage users and keep them interacting with merchants.
Don’t Anyhow Throw – This New Programme Helps You Dispose Your E-Waste And Keeps Your Data Safe
Consumers can now recycle their unwanted electronics by mailing them for free, or by placing them in bins at several post offices and Singtel outlets.
No Excuse To Not Go ‘Terawih’ – New App Lets Muslims Carpool To A Mosque For Free This Ramadan
MSociety, a group of Muslim youth coders, is behind the idea, which just launched in Singapore.