Author: Sharan Nair

The Singaporean Developers
Posted 16 January 2018 | singapore technology scene, singaporean developer, smart nation

The Singaporean Developers

Vibrant, young, and very eager. Developers are special here. We are rarer than bankers, doctors, lawyers. Like poets and philosophers, we weave experience from thought alone. We are the self-taught teachers, the self-starting founders, the self-made makers. Where previous generations...

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Key Benefits of IoT in logistics
Posted 16 January 2018 | IoT in Logistics, Smart City, Smart Logistics

Key Benefits of IoT in logistics

While it is often heard that “cutting costs” is a perpetual goal with establishments everywhere, not much goes into why that is. The volatility of a variety of things like fuel costs, regulatory environments, and changes in labor rates and traffic seem to provide the spoils for...

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Empowering the Manufacturing Industry via Mobile Connectivity
Posted 10 January 2018 | automation, connected manufacturing, IOT, real time data, seamless communication

Empowering the Manufacturing Industry via Mobile Connectivity

More than anything, it is competitive advantage that rears its powerful head when it comes to mobile innovations and connectivity in the manufacturing industry. When mobile connectivity finds itself at the heart of one’s business strategy, the plethora of opportunities that present...

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How Modest is macOS Sierra?
Posted 22 December 2016 | apple music, apple play, apple watch, ios, macOS

How Modest is macOS Sierra?

How does one begin a review of the latest and greatest operating system that Apple touts every other year? We start with the name, just like how every other initial judgement is made in the world. ‘macOS‘ was deemed a necessary change in tradition in order to look consistent...

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Traveling with Mobile Apps
Posted 22 December 2016 | Currency Conversions, Google, Mobile apps, Music

Traveling with Mobile Apps

Technology has been that one seemingly quixotic umbrella that has enabled humans to harness their energies in all the right directions, over many epochs. The convergence of wallets, wearable sensors, and translators with phones have definitely made some jobs and devices obsolete, but...

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A Mobile-first Strategy in Southeast Asia
Posted 22 December 2016

A Mobile-first Strategy in Southeast Asia

“This is an extraordinarily large and growing market – Southeast Asia is five years behind the development cycle of India and India is five years behind the development cycle of China. It’s truly a mobile-first environment and it allows you to truly innovate from a zero-to-one...

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Assumptions to debunk about IoT (in logistics)
Posted 22 December 2016 | IOT, IoT in Logistics

Assumptions to debunk about IoT (in logistics)

Businesses out there have buying, selling, moving, and servicing as part of their make up, which also means that the Internet of Things is already at play. Just like how the internet affected every business a couple of decades ago, the potential impact of IoT is riding on similar...

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Mobile Phone and Electoral Campaigns
Posted 21 December 2016 | mobile phones campaigns

Mobile Phone and Electoral Campaigns

“In 2011, one-third of Americans were essentially campaign trackers. Now two-thirds are.” – Tommy Vietor, former Obama spokesperson “Gaffes will blow up even faster. Partisan rooting will be even quicker and more intense.” – Henry Blodget, editor and CEO of Business Insider...

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A Diverse Tech Horizon in Singapore
Posted 17 December 2016

A Diverse Tech Horizon in Singapore

Where infrastructure can be rolled out efficiently and in such a short period of time, surely such land and space should be leveraged on in an industry which is in constant movement. It is not only businesses located here which are looking to capitalise on this delightfully navigable...

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The iPhone: a Sales Juggernaut
Posted 17 December 2016

The iPhone: a Sales Juggernaut

The human affinity with nice, whole round numbers is congruent with Apple and its bevy of phones. The technology giant can now boast of having sold a billion iPhones, something remarkable for a single vendor selling consumer electronic products. “When you control a product as much as...

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