Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten has opened a new development and operations center in the country.
Google backed Uber has launched uberX in Bangalore and two other cities. uberX is a cheaper version of Uber, which will cost you a minimum fare of Rs 125 for a ride. Vehicles on uberX are mid-range, commercially licensed sedans…
Google has just announced a $100 Android-based smartphone for India. Indian mobile maker Micromax will be producing the handset.
Snapdeal has launched “Smartfeed,” a personal shopping guide for its customers. The feature comes from an integration of Doozton, a product discovery platform which Snapdeal had acquihired and its own recommendation engine.
Tax authorities in India are working on ways to get the E-commerce companies pay sales tax in respective states.
Italian spyware maker Hacking Team has at least 5 servers located in India, among other countries like the United States and China.
For small businesses it might be a steep ladder to analyze such humongous data for their benefits, yet according to McKinsey – a business using big data to the full could increase its operating margin by more than 60%.
Flipkart is foraying into tablet segment. The company will be launching a tablet under the brand name DigiFlip on June 26th. The medium-specced tablet will cost less than Rs 10,000.
A survey has found that vast majority of Indians don’t care about their privacy. They don’t change their password regularly, and even their data is breached, they continue to share it.
India is one of the third parties of a secret surveillance program providing data on its citizen to the United States government.