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Sentry, a startup co-founded by a former Dropbox engineer that helps developers run more reliable code, just raised $40 million
The startup Sentry has closed $40 million from Accel and New Enterprise Associates. Here's how the company grew from an open source project.
Air quality in Malaysia’s Sarawak has hit a hazardous level of 367 – and 2 people in Indonesia have died
A baby and an elderly man have reportedly died in Sumatra as a result of the haze.
After blurry weekend, Singapore’s air clears up on Monday morning – but it may not be the end of hazy days yet
Dry weather is forecasted to persist in Singapore and Sumatra.
Close to 4,000 people contracted dengue from Jan to May this year – triple the number from last year
With the peak dengue season occurring in the months of June to October, NEA said it is expecting the cases to rise further.
Singapore takes littering so seriously that someone was slapped with a S$300 fine for shooting a couple of rubber bands onto a road
A photo of the hefty ticket has triggered a flood of cheeky comments from amused netizens.
Online learning startup Coursera nabs $103 in Series E funding tied to valuation “well north” of $1 billion
VCs just invested $8 million into this startup that gave away its software for free because they noticed how much people loved it
Open source business intelligence startup Metabase had a fast-growing community, and VCs noticed. Now, it has closed $8 million in in series A funding
85% of Singapore residents eat out every week – and rice and noodles are the most commonly wasted food items while doing so, NEA says
Food waste is one of the five largest waste streams generated in the city-state, NEA said.
The cofounder of a $23 million startup has been accused of taking off his pants and telling a lewd story about Burning Man in front of a female employ...
A former employee at the artificial intelligent startup Pilot AI filed suit against the cofounders and its investor NEA for allegedly perpetuating or ignoring rampant sexual harassment at the office.
Watch where you light up – new thermal cameras can catch illegal smoking, as well as spitting and littering
Thermal cameras are being installed to catch those who smoke illegally.