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Porsche just unveiled its S$750,000 fully electric Taycan Turbo S – but you’ll only see it in Singapore in August 2020
Three variants of the Taycan have been announced so far, with prices starting at S$500,000 for the 4S model.
Singapore start-up Carousell’s valuation just surged to S$1.1 billion, thanks to merger with 701Search
That's a rise of US$290 million in less than a year.
Asia will have 250 million more people by 2030, and it’ll need S$1 trillion more investments to feed itself sustainably
By 2030, food spending in Asia is expected to double to US$8 trillion, and there will be 250 million more mouths to feed.
Malaysia’s fiberisation plan to reach 30 mbps is a ‘quite an ask’, considering current standards: Opensignal
Malaysia's current download speeds hit 22 mbps at best in September, Opensignal said.
Singapore just beat Germany to join IMD list of top 10 most talent competitive economies for the first time
Singapore was the only Asian country in the top 10, beating Germany, which now sits in 11th place.
Customers who don't know sign language can place a written order.
No Google apps, but more than 200 people still queued up to get Huawei’s Mate 30 phones at the Singapore launch
The first person in line queued up 11 hours just to buy a phone for his wife.
Singapore’s Temasek just unveiled an outdoor fan that can lower temperatures by 10 deg C and cut humidity by 15%
The fan can lower humidity by 15 per cent in the immediate area, and has half the energy consumption of industrial bladed fans.
Apple’s powerful new 16-inch MacBook Pro can perform up to 80% faster – but it’ll cost S$3,999 in Singapore
The 16-inch MacBook Pro comes with six-core and octacore processors and is priced at S$3,499 and S$3,999 respectively.
Malaysia’s Natural Resources Minister says Singapore is buying water at an ‘unreasonable’ rate that is ‘too cheap’
The revision is needed to address water supply in Johor, and to combat climate change issues, which would influence the availability of water, he said.