For a few hours, though, when the nation is glued to television sets, everything comes to a standstill. Just like they show in the advertisements. India’s digital economy is no exception.
Forum Roundup: Why the Mangalyaan lift-off went well? TV going the print way? Or are consumers getting used to not paying? & More
Take a look at our forum topic on the secret behind the success. Some of the other topics in the forum this week include how the Star Sports India Twitter guy stuffed up, discussions on Facebook billing in INR? and the making of an iPhone.
US based accelerator 500 Startups has announced its latest batch. SilverPush, a mobile advertising company from India has made it to the new batch. Here’s a look at the companies that made it to the 500 Startups Batch 7.
Airtel Digital TV Launches Live Tweet Feature. Now You Live Tweet While Watching Your Favourite Shows
Airtel Digital TV, the DTH service arm of telecom operator Bharti Airtel, is launching live Tweet feature for Airtel Digital TV users from tomorrow.
When it comes to brand attractiveness in India, Samsung is #1 followed by Sony, Nokia, LG and Tata.
Bhavesh Bhatia is in his mid-forties, an entrepreneur, national level gold medallist, a family man and runs a successful candle manufacturing business at Mahabaleshwar, all this in spite of being visually challenged.
E-commerce company Flipkart has raised another $160 million to add to its previous round of funding. The company had raised $200 mn in July. The Dragoneer Investment Group, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, Sofina and Vulcan Capital and Tiger Global have participated in…
Home grown mobile brand Micromax has drawn a lot of attention for its low cost devices. For the past 1 year the brand is working hard on its branding and releasing devices with features that look great on the spec…
The 10 startups for iAccelerator 2013 batch were chosen from more than 500 applications. The 3 month residential program will end in November with the ‘Demo Day,’ where teams will present their business plans.
By 2003 digitization and Internet spread also offered new dimensions to communications like blogs and websites. Saggere used all this to his advantage and started Karnataka Photo News (KPN).