For all the time Nandan Nilekani spent away from Bangalore, he seems to be making up for it. While the offline janta doesn’t seem to be getting enough of him, the online Bangalorean is already saying: enough is enough.
In a first, the Election Commission has announced e-filing of affidavits for the Lok Sabha elections and Assembly polls.
Flipkart has just come out with a statement say that the company has hit $1 bn in Gross Merchandise Value.
Online sellers like Flipkart and Snapdeal are heavily discounting products, posing a serious threat to their livelihoods.
Recharge service portal JustRechargeIt has announced its foray into the bus ticket booking platform.
Google has just launched indoor maps in India. It’s a service which shows floor plans of commercial locations like airports and malls on Google maps.
Digital advertising in India grew at 30% in 2013 to touch Rs 2,520 cr, according to a new report. Advertising spend on digital media is expected to grow 35% in 2014.
Jet Airways has integrated Google Now, Goolgle’s personal assistant, into its flight booking service.
A new report suggests that Walmart, which put its plans for India on hold, is planning to enter the country’s $450 bn retail market by setting up an e-commerce marketplace.
Facebook India has launched an India Election Tracker that will help track Facebook mentions of leading candidates and parties through the election.