How India's car market is undergoing a rapid change
Car companies have long tried to load vehicles with tech. But the level of tech and tech-enabled services in popular models now hitting the roads in India is such that the ecosystem is witnessing a realignment.
Air India unable to move engine due to Rs 100 crore GST dues
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Vivo launches S1Pro with 48 MP AI Quadcam in India at Rs 19,990
The device will be available in three colour options - Mystic Black, Jazzy Blue and Dreamy White.
China's TCL Electronics targets smaller cities, towns to raise market share in India
The company, which introduced new range of TV and air conditioners for Indian consumers, also plans to enhance its presence in the smaller cities and towns in the country to increase its overall market share. The company currently only caters to TV and AC segments in the country. The company sold 3 lakh TV units in 2018 and have closed last year with 10 lakh units.
Startups: Waiting for regulatory relief
Entrepreneurs want a stable policy environment, a longer time horizon to carry forward losses and to pay taxes on ESOPs only during sale. To raise funds, startups tend to approach a large number of venture funds – sometimes up to 400. However, under Section 42 of the Companies Act, if a startup sends information to more than 200 investors, it is deemed to be a public company.
Instoried predicts success rate of content, invokes right set of emotions in customers
The world today is driven by content be it in the form of blogs, mails, newsletters, or digital media. Instoried’s AI-based platform predicts the success rate of content marketing even before the content gets published by analyzing the emotional quotient of what has been written.
Nordic countries are the new hotspot for Indian IT
The Nordic countries — Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland — are largely English speaking, which removes the language barrier that exists in some other countries within continental Europe.
Kitchens get smarter at CES tech show, not yet in many homes
Tell your refrigerator about your dietary preferences and it'll concoct a recipe plan for the coming week, sending a shopping list to your smartphone when it notices you've run out of the right ingredients.
AI powered voice customer service, Observe, raises $26 million
The company also announced that is has been accepted into the Microsoft for Startups program. With this relationship, Microsoft customers can leverage Observe.AI’s platform through its Azure marketplace.
Air India needs to survive till it is sold, says Lohani as airline runs almost out of funds
The airline had on Monday asked the govt for an immediate sovereign guarantee to raise Rs 2,400 cr loan.
AI sale gathers pace, Niti Aayog takes up SpiceJet's 'industry-wide concerns'
Niti Aayog, the government's think tank, has written to the Civil Aviation Ministry for giving its recommendation on the five concessions sought by SpiceJet.
Signzy’s computer vision engine can process 3.5 million documents a day. Banks are impressed
Fintech is still evolving in India and so is regulatory technology or RegTech. The space for RegTech players is still getting defined and players in the market are helping the BFSI sector by providing access to simpler regulations through SaaS.
7 in 10 Indian executives believe AI will change the way we work and live in next decade, shows survey
The findings of the survey show that 71 per cent strongly believe that AI will fundamentally change the way we live and work during the next decade, and that an overwhelming 96 per cent believe those changes will be positive. 44 per cent said that their roles have already been impacted by AI.
Ambassadors, Beetle, Maruti 800: It was the end of the road for some iconic cars this decade
Some Motown vintage beauties called it a day in the past decade.
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