NextBigWhat Weekly Recap : Startups, Technology and News from Digital Industry

Weekly recap of curated posts, in case you missed out reading them.

Weekly recap of curated posts, in case you missed out reading them.
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India Internet

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– Fewer women have access to Internet in India and developing countries. Some find Internet inappropriate for women [read more]

– In less than a year, LinkedIn grows nearly 30% in India, its second largest user base [read more]

– Exclusive: Flipkart to launch e-Bay like marketplace by March with competitive selling fee [read more]

– eBay to invest in Snapdeal? [read more]

– Exclusive: Jabong launches customer care (outsourced) service for ecommerce players [read more]

– Flipkart to launch e-Bay like marketplace by March with competitive selling fee.

Startups

– Indian startup emo2 launches ‘emo2 Anywhere’ OS and Cloud platform at CES [read more]

– MomGrocery launches online grocery store in Hyderabad [read more]

– Bangalore based Cabs24x7 launches online cab booking across 18 cities [read more]

– Scrapehere wants to make shopping a social activity – create collections, set pricewatch, share, review and buy [read more]

– Spotted: 5 Interesting projects on Spark the Rise Contest [read more]

– Delhi court issues fresh summons to Facebook, Google and others for allegedly promoting enmity and religious hatred [read more]

Technology/Apps

– Want to book LPG cylinder? There’s an (official) app for that     [read more]

– MakkhiChoose : An ultra cool price comparison browser plugin for ye makkhi choosers[ read more]

– The hoax war between India and Portugal that survived on Wikipedia for 5 years [read more]

Entrepreneurship

* Our coverage of Entrepreneurship/Resources is supported by Mahindra Rise. *

– 5 Worst Startup Advice We’ve Been Given [read more]

– What’s wrong with the online insurance industry? A lot! [read more]

– 5 most frequently asked (irritating) questions to Entrepreneurs [“What do you do?”][read more]


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