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Boston Dynamics' lifelike Spot robot is now on sale for $75,000. See what it can do here.


Singapore will give residents wearable 'tokens' that track the people they interact with in a new effort to contain COVID-19


Hedge funds in Hong Kong are considering pulling out over fears that China's new security law could ruin their operations



Singapore's financial centre will emerge as big winner of a draconian Chinese law


Singapore is the latest nation to predict a devastating coronavirus recession as the pandemic ravages 2 of its biggest industries


A Singapore court sentenced a man to death over Zoom, marking the city-state's first remote capital punishment during the coronavirus pandemic



Temperature checks, staggered lunch times, and spaced-out seating charts: Photos from around the world show what offices could look like after lockdowns lift


A $52,000 tiny smart home looks like a space ship and can sleep a family of 4 — see inside


A Singaporean man, who was stranded on his yacht for nearly 3 months due to coronavirus port closures, has been rescued by the Fiji Navy


Here's what life looks like right now in Singapore, where an outbreak in migrant worker dormitories has led to new lockdown measures


Singapore's richest man is getting $1 billion richer each month from selling ventilators


How Singapore went from being applauded for its coronavirus response to facing an alarming second wave with thousands of new cases



I'm in Singapore, and we just started to shut down on Monday because of the coronavirus. Here's how life has changed over the past 4 weeks.


Singapore's second wave of cases is a glimpse at what the world may be in for


Robots, government-mandated selfies, and military lockdowns — here are some of the innovative and sometimes startling ways in which countries are fighting the coronavirus outbreak


Singapore is using a high-tech surveillance app to track the coronavirus, keeping schools and businesses open. Here's how it works.



Singapore reports its first coronavirus-related deaths


The US is tracking people's movements with phone data, and it's part of a massive increase in global surveillance


An Italian cruise ship will finally dock in Singapore after Thailand and Malaysia rejected it amid the global coronavirus epidemic


Singapore is working 'round the clock' to find coronavirus cases. Lying about where you've been can result in 6 months of jail or a fine of up to $10,000.