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Ever thumped over a pothole while driving and cringed, wondering if you’re one step closer to a flat tire and cursing the powers-that-be that roads never seem to get fixed? The founders of RoadBotics certainly have.
Hyderabad startup E-trio will launch electric vehicle conversion kits for Maruti Suzuki Alto and Wagon R
Messaging platform WhatsApp committed $1Mn for research on how the app is misused for misinformation, as pressure mounts by governments on the Facebook-owned company to find a solution for fake news.
Swiggy’s upcoming funding round will include an estimated $300 million worth of secondary share sales by some key backers, said people aware of the developments, making for one of the largest liquidity events.
Amazon’s cloud services unit, Amazon Web Services (AWS), has announced a profitable fiscal year in 2018. Launched in 2006, AWS rents out server space and bandwidth to companies of all sizes with cloud computing capabilities.
Japanese automaker Honda Motor is planning to roll out its electric vehicle (EV) in the Indian market by 2023-2024, adding that the company will no longer wait for the government to layout a policy roadmap.
The second wave of Internet-era travel companies has captured the attention of venture capitalists.
Restaurant menus in India have a ubiquitous red dot next to dishes containing meat, fish and egg, and a green dot against vegetarian food.
Meet Bubble a bootstrapped startup that has been building a powerful service that lets you create a web application even if you don’t know how to code. Many small and big companies rely on Bubble for their website.
An alarming report by NASA shows that India finds its skies covered in a blanket of smoke almost every October and November, especially during Diwali celebrations.
Homegrown ride hailing company Ola, has now announced that it has launched its services in New Zealand and is offering rides to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
As the festive season ignites a surge in sales for ecommerce sellers, marketplaces, as well as a frenzy of buying by shoppers, a recent survey by LocalCircles, has highlighted other side of the glitz and glam of online shopping.