South Korean regulators recently released the results of their inspection of domestic cryptocurrency exchanges. The inspections highlighted that some previously inspected exchanges were still vulnerable to hacking attacks due to poor security. The audit was carried out by the Ministries of Science and Finance, in collaboration with the Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA). It […]
Under LEP 2.0, Malaysia hopes to facilitate the adoption of the Industry 4.0 in a systematic and comprehensive manner, driven by its own tech-savvy workforce under the training, education and adaption of the Japanese working culture.
The cloud rain gauge could be a game changer for farmers as it would allow them to make more accurate decisions about their operations from the comfort of their home. The low cost of the technology is beneficial as it made high-resolution rainfall data affordable for farmers and citizen scientists.
As traditional media struggles to keep its place in an online world, Thailand’s most popular social media sites are only getting bigger.
The education that the students will receive from the newly launched innovation centre would equip them with the needed skills to become leaders of future industries.
The factors that make the country so appealing to start-ups are a sophisticated IT infrastructure and pro-business ecosystem geared toward fostering innovation. A rich, readily available pool of young, highly educated tech talent and advanced software engineers. And its invaluable geographical proximity to thriving tech markets.
While the number of e-payment transactions in Malaysia had shown a sharp increase in the last two years ago, thanks to the booming e-commerce market in the country, there is still a way to go. However, the Malaysian govt is working to push the rapid adoption of e-payment as a transactional method.
The study conducted aimed to develop an alternative 3D printing filament from plastic waste not only to produce cheaper filaments, but also to help reduce the amount of plastic waste that causes pollution to the environment.
The new method is both time and cost-efficient. As the new system employs microfluidic technology, results are not only making it more accurate but it requires much smaller samples and takes significantly less time to carry out tests.
Governments stand to benefit the most from cloud services which, apart from being time-saving and cost-efficient significantly reduce errors, duplication and oversight. Most importantly, cloud services have the potential to deliver seamless services, raising citizen satisfaction.