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Another consortium joins race for Singapore digital bank licence

Another consortium has joined the bid for a digital bank licence in Singapore, with plans to target small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and offer consumers modular services, such as “micro-coverage” insurance. The group comprises several major brands including lifestyle, payments, and real estate. Called Beyond, the consortium is led by local wellness and lifestyle brand V3 Group and contactless card… Read more →

I flew 3,000 miles and tried T-Mobile’s 5G. It didn’t go well

I came, I saw, I experienced. Chris Matyszczyk/ZDNet executive guide What is 5G? Everything you need to know about the new wireless revolution It’s a capital improvement project the size of the entire planet, replacing one wireless architecture created this century with another one that aims to lower energy consumption and maintenance costs. Read More It had to be done…. Read more →

School management software provider discloses severe security breach

Image: NeONBRAND Active Network, a company that provides web-based school accounting software for K-12 schools and districts, disclosed a severe security breach earlier this week. The US-based company said hackers gained access to Blue Bear, a software platform that facilitates administration and management of school accounting, student fees, and online stores on behalf of schools and other educational institutions. Parents… Read more →

CES 2020: Lenovo debuting Yoga Creator 7, IdeaPad Creator 5 laptops, IdeaCentre Creator 5 desktop

Lenovo Yoga Creator 7 In addition to announcing a new personal business communications device and a pair of 27-inch LCD monitors, Lenovo is using CES 2020 to introduce additions to its Creator line of PCs. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the two new laptop will see limited availability, and the new desktop won’t be released into… Read more →

Up to half of developers work remotely; here’s who’s hiring them

One of the great things about technology work is that it doesn’t really matter where it’s performed. You’re on the network, with minimum latency, regardless if you’re down the hall or on another continent. For employees, working from home — or from a remote office — means greater flexibility and reduced stress from commutes. For employers — and this is… Read more →

Up to half of developers work remotely; here’s who’s hiring them

One of the great things about technology work is that it doesn’t really matter where it’s performed. You’re on the network, with minimum latency, regardless if you’re down the hall or on another continent. For employees, working from home — or from a remote office — means greater flexibility and reduced stress from commutes. For employers — and this is… Read more →