Bring your Gmail contacts groups to your iPhone with gGroups.If your iPhone contacts list is synced with your Google Gmail contacts then you probably miss having your contacts groups. gGroups loads your contacts groups from Google and allows you to make group changes from the phone. You then view and use your contacts in gGroups much like the native Contacts app, but now arranged by group. Features include:* Call, send an SMS message or email directly from gGroups.* Send SMS's and emails to one or more groups.* Add, edit or delete contacts.* Display and search all contacts.* Add, rename or delete groups (option).* Change a contacts group (option).Your Google credentials are not stored in gGroups - you sign in directly to Google when you first want to update or edit groups. Google will then require you to sign in again every 30 days or so.Any changes made to groups or a contacts group in gGroups are synced immediately with Google.You may use all the features of gGroups for 30 days. The group edit functions will then only be available with a modest in app purchase.
Startups snagged SG$13.4 billion in funds between January and September this year, with early-stage funds almost doubling to SG$886.1 million and deep-tech firms in three sectors accounting for under 4% of total capital.
Government expects to have two full-fledged standalone 5G networks covering more than half of Singapore by end-2022 and, if there is interest from the industry, it will release another two lots of 800MHz of mmWave spectrum to be used for smaller non-standalone networks.