Facebook to Cross 100 million users in India : Android is a Clear Winner; 84% Access Via Smartphones
There are over 100 million Facebook users in India. The company has also been eating into Google’s market.
Wal-mart India will go ahead with its India plans and open 50 cash and carry stores across the country in the 4-5 years.
Google has introduced a handy new tool to help all those who still aren’t sure about which candidates are contesting from their constituencies.
Events portal Meraevents has launched a new feature – DigiBroc – that lets exhibitors distribute their brochures and communication collateral digitally.
Rocket Internet backed price comparison site Pricepanda has launched in India. The website has been launching local version in South East Asia and Latin America in the last couple of years. The site currently displays mobiles, tablets and cameras.
The DIPP has rejected Decathlon’s bid to sell online. Decathlon had previously written to the DIPP seeking its nod to sell online.
Venture Capital firm Accel Partners has put together a good study on the e-commerce industry in India. Here are some of our thoughts on it.
Indian bounty hunters found the largest number of bugs on Facebook, taking home an average reward of over $1,300. Indian participants in the bug bounty program found 136 valid bugs on Facebook.
Homeshop18 has filed for a $75 Mn IPO in Nasdaq. Here are a few key facts and disclosures made by the company in its SEC filing.
Homeshop18 has booked $51 million in sales for the 12 months ended September 30, 2013. The company plans to list under the symbol HS.