Discover the most-talked-about tech news headlines in Singapore this May 2021.
M1 Unveils its New Identity, Striving to Be a Digital Telco
Singaporean telecommunications company M1 Limited unveils a brand new identity to become the country’s very first digital network operator.
Grab, a Singaporean multinational company will raise its basic fares for most of its transport offerings by $1 from June 1 to June 30.
Singaporean Buy-Now-Pay-Later (BNPL) startup Hoolah announced its partnership with FinTech firm BridgerPay, This will provide Singaporean, Malaysian and Hong Kong citizen merchants a hyper-localised payment platform.
Engine Biosciences, a Silicon Valley and Singapore-based biotech company will expand its digital drug discovery pipeline with $43 million round funding support.
NextBillion.ai, a Singapore startup Artificial Intelligence-powered hyperlocal solutions has added US$6.25 million more to its war chest from Microsoft’s venture capital fun M12. The amount will be used by the company for expanding into new domains such as neuro-linguistic programming and facial recognition.
Impress.ai, a Singapore-based AI chatbot for hiring has raised US$3 million in a pre-series A funding round led by Summit 29K. The newly raised capital will be used for product development, hiring, and expansion across Australia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Global venture capital firm 500 Startups has partnered with Enterprise Singapore (ESG) to launch a new virtual programme, called 500 Ignition Singapore, an initiative that will help entrepreneurs to build innovative ventures from scratch.
Neuron Mobility, a Singapore headquartered rental electric scooter operator has launched in Canada, after winning a contract to operate in Ottawa.