The long-awaited football highlight of the year has finally arrived: World Cup 2006 in Germany. And just as with any big event, IT will play a big role in the organisation of the competition.
By Nicholas Yong
The world of electronic gadgets and high-end information technology continues to depend on the ready supply of semiconductors. The semiconductor industry has long been an important part of Singapore’s electronics cluster, and is far from stagnant today.
By John Yip
Designing reliable software for the tiny devices that perform thousands of industrial processes is a unique challenge for many software engineers. We fi nd out more about what these engineers do at the Rockwell Automation Asia Pacifi c Business Center.
By John Yip
As Asia’s twin giant economies march into the global marketplace, there are concerns that Singapore’s status as an investment destination for IT and engineering activities will wither. Is there a real cause for anxiety?
By Nazry Bahrawi
Look out guys. Ei Ei Min Thu proves that women can be highly effective infocomm professionals. She’s hardworking and focused on providing real solutions to real problems, and still finds time to pursue her own hobbies!
By Sharani Khamis
Recent multi-million dollar deals for websites such as MySpace and YouTube recall the heydays of the dot-com boom during the late 1990s. The boom may have come and gone, but the interest in online businesses has not. A few budding entrepreneurs share their experiences.
By Sharon Lin