Startup Boomerang Commerce’s SaaS based solution helps smaller e-commerce companies in getting prices of products just right, all the time.
Spark,Thingsquare, Carriots are those startups that in fact help you create your own Internet of Things device.
During harsh and cold winters, a responsible citizen is always in dilemma: Should I let the heating run at full power while no one is at home or bear the cold for some time after I arrive at home and start the heater?
Silicon Valley based accelarator 500 Startups has announced its 9th batch with 29 companies. Of them, three are from India. This year’s list has 3 novel fashion startups and 11 of them have at least one woman on the founding team.
Duolingo, one of the hottest learning startups in the world is launching in Hindi. On the new iOS version of the app, users will be able to learn Hindi as well as its existing set of languages such as Spanish, French, Italian and German.
Practice makes perfect. And Learningpod makes it easy for you. The New York based startup will help you prepare for a test or learn things quicker with its library of practice questions.
Israeli startup Henry At Your Service enables ecommerce companies to help customers make decisions; and improve conversion rate for ecommerce sites.
A data-sharing website called Numbby offers a way to find data, statistics and percentages all in one place.
ManyShip is a peer-to-peer social shipping platform where travelers with extra space can offer to carry packages for you and in turn make money for their service.
Truecaller Looking For More Partners in India, its Fastest Growing Market: Alan Mamedi, Co-Founder [Interview]
“One out of four smartphone users in using Truecaller in India,” Alan Mamedi, Co-Founder and CEO of Truecaller told NextBigWhat in an interview. Excerpts.