Cybercrime is on the rise throughout Southeast Asia, with the region’s rapid development in terms of digital technologies making it a prime target for cybercriminals.
Despite launching the Thailand 4.0 initiative two years ago, Thailand is on track to lose as many as three million jobs over the next 20 years if it fails to adapt to new disruptive technologies, according to the Thailand Development Research Institute
The term “hybrid space” refers to a work environment which combines employee and business needs in order to create a positive experience for both, employees and clients, according to workspace solutions provider Condeco in its
From paleo diets to veganism, the relationship that human beings have with food is multifaceted and cuts across different social underpinnings and economic considerations.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), the character Tony Stark, better known by his superhero name Iron Man, pursues most of his experiments with the help of his computer assistant, JARVIS – which serves as an acronym for Just A Rather Very Intelligen
We often associate cryptocurrencies with the realm of the intangible, existing in the perplexing world of coding and data. This thought process will now be a thing of the past as physical bitcoin notes have been launched in Singapore.
Indonesia is one of the largest countries in the world in terms of both land area and population. Over the past five years, Indonesia’s urban population has increased by 53.5 percent, more than half of its total, according to Statistics Indonesia.
Wawasan Brunei 2035 is a developmental framework that was first formulated in 2004 by the country’s monarch, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. Also identified as Brunei Vision 2035, this project aims to propel the country to greater heights on many fronts.
Southeast Asia is a country that’s fast developing. It has evolved from an agricultural society to one of the fastest growing regions in the world within the span of a century.
As the only country across the globe that has the label ‘Smart Nation’ attached to it, Singapore is known for widespread integration of science and technology into its economic and social fabric.