As Taiwan promotes electric vehicles for zero-emission policies, the need for charging stations is on the rise. To allay safety concerns, Taipei has drafted the Electric Vehicle Battery Charge and Exchange Station Guidelines.
E-prescriptions are providing safer, faster and more efficient prescription supply to Australians sent straight to their mobile phone or by email.
E-commerce is crucial in the Philippines, as it is in every other country around the world. To improve the country’s digital growth, a Philippines IT company has introduced a service platform designed for business owners.
The website integrates federal ransomware resources into a single platform and reduces the fragmentation of resources which is especially detrimental for those who have become victims of an attack.
The stores displayed on the digital map are also separated by districts, creating favourable conditions for people to shop quickly, and limiting their time on the street, aiding the fight against COVID-19.
MDEC recently concluded its inaugural Creative Content Streaming Programme 2021 which featured a combination of online workshops and competition providing streamers and video content creators with industry-relevant skills and tips.
Indonesia’s fintech start-up has announced that it has received an e-money licence from the country’s central bank, paving the way for the launch of its e-money service in the country.
Innovation China Programme aims to build a high-end dialogue platform to integrate science, technology with the economy and is expected to become a national public technology service.
With ransomware attacks on the rise in all parts of the world, developing cybersecurity measures are necessary to mitigate these issues, and New Zealand is taking significant steps in this regard.