- Queensland University of TechnologyBachelor of Electrical engineering, 2003 - 2007
SingTel chief calls for right to charge OTT challengers Skype and WhatsApp
SingTel chief executive Sock Koong Chua has urged regulators to give carriers like Optus the right to charge rivals such as WhatsApp and Sky
Helium balloons lift aviator Jonathan Trappe Up for transatlantic trip
American who has used the method to cross the Channel and the Alps takes off from Maine suspended by 370 balloons
The NES turns 30: How it began, worked, and saved an industry
On July 15, 1983, Nintendo sold its first Famicom. Gaming hasn't been the same since.
A man covers himself in algae as he plays with his friends. (Reuters)
View Sea of green: Sunseekers relax in green algae which has engulfed Chinese beach pictures on Yahoo! News Singapore. See Sea of green: Sun
Jollibee at Lucky Plaza is the brand's top performing outlet worldwide
The Jollibee outlet at Lucky Plaza is the brand's top performing outlet worldwide. The Phillipines-based popular fast food chain, famous for
When Sales Slump at McDonald’s Japan, Fry, Fry Again
McDonald’s Japan is letting French Fries play center stage to grab customers' attention.
CONFIRMED: Somalian Extremists Shot Down A US Drone
â�œDuring the course of a routine surveillance mission along the coast of Somalia on May 27, a military remotely piloted aircraft crashed in
10 online news sites must follow traditional media regulations: MDA
Ten online news sites that report regularly on Singapore and have significant reach will be required to follow the same regulatory framework
Taipei releases satellite record of fishing boat route, refuting Manila’...
Taiwan on Tuesday released a satellite record of the route of a fishing boat fired on by Philippine coastguards, flatly rejecting Manila’s a
Nokia chief executive Elop taking heat from investors, blamed to have pu...
Nokia shareholders criticized chief executive Stephen Elop sharply for his decision to adopt Windows Phone exclusively and not consider othe
Unions Force Twinkies Out of Business, Twinkies Re-Opens With 1,500 New ...
The company that bought the Twinkie, HoHo and Ding Dong brands out of bankruptcy is gearing up to reopen plants and hire workers, but it won