Get first dibs on the latest tech news in Sinapore for January 2021. Read on to find out more.
Singapore Health Startup Develops an App That Reads Vital Signs via Phone’s Camera
Singapore health startup Nervotec to launch an application which detects vital signs by studying the way light reflects off a user’s face.
Singapore-based food analysis startup ProfilePrint has closed its ‘seven-figure’ pre-Series A funding round.
Geniebook, an edutech startup that helps identify students’ strengths and weaknesses using Artificial Intelligence (AI) will expand its operations in Vietnam.
Singapore-based startup Taiger introduces an artificial-intelligence-based document processing system allowing Spain’s largest bank Banco Santader to get customer onboarding done in just 15 minutes.
Singapore government’s statutory board Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced that it would provide an additional S$30 million (US$22 million) to its 5G innovation grant.
Singapore faces a labor crunch as companies like Tencent, ByteDance, and Zoom as well as local giants Grab and Sea expand its operations in the city-state.
CEO and co-founder Prajit Nanu of Singaporean fintech firm Nium said the company is now aiming to hit US$2.1 billion after it has handled US$2.1 billion transactions in the last quarter.
As an effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore financial services startup GoBear has announced that it will cease its operations.
Led by Theta Gold Mines, a gold mining company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), digital gold startup Bullion Asset Management (BAM) incorporated in Singapore has raised US$1.3 million in a Series A round.
Singapore tech giant Singapore’s Sea Ltd has now acquired Indonesia’s PT Bank Kesejahteraan Ekonomi, a Jakarta-based lender, better known as Bank BKE.