To celebrate, we decided to feature some contemporaries who have decided to use their engineering acumen and problem solving skills to address real life issues and turn entrepreneur.
A new wireless USB specification for devices that will be able to operate over wireless frequencies and transfer multiple gigabits of data per second has been announced by the USB implementer’s Forum(USB-IF).
The smart solar micro grid, to be operationalised next year, will support 100 kilowatts of solar panels which will supply electricity to 350 households in Dharnai. Greenpeace, Livelihood promotion institution Basix & The Centre for Environment and Energy Development have come together to implement the project.
Boy, last week was crazy. Microsoft bought Nokia. Samsung launched a smart watch. And loads of other things happened. But on the slow web, many beautiful stories were written. We’ve curated some of them here for the weekend. Have a good read!
Last week, we broke some news. We chewed on the news and analyzed some of it. Our guest writers wrote some amazing pieces. If you missed out on some of the action, we’ve made a list for you. Here goes.
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).
Here are some tweets that pretty much explain the Microsoft-Nokia deal in 140 characters.
Last week was big. We covered tonnes of startups and news. If you missed out on a few, here is a list of all the pieces you shouldn’t miss.
Welcome to a new edition of TheSunnyMag. This week’s curated list of beautiful reads from around the web contains stories on Steve Ballmer & his exit, a brilliant piece from the Harvard business review on making time for work that matters and wearables in workplace. Have a good read.
The movie – supposedly a biopic – falls somewhere between a documentary film … and a biopic. And a very limited, uninspiring documentary at that.