Oct 30, 2018 - India's Software And Japan's Hardware Can Do Wonders: PM Modi

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Startup idea: Oyo for Retail
"If data is the new oil, remember that oil is useless goop untill it's refined into petroleum" - recent tweet. Unusable/unclean data is a problem that plagues several large organizations. That combined with siloed departmental thinking leads to disappointing results, compared to the promise of big data analytics and AI. Large Indian ecommerce players seem to be stuck in this zone, as highlighted in this article. One company that has surpassed this is Alibaba, as it is now even providing 'unmet needs' data to companies like Mars which came out with a spicy Snickers bar in China based on this insight.

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Sorry, Mr Nilekani. Boring isn't good enough for Infosys

Infosys shares have outperformed Nifty IT index by 4.5% since Nandan Nilekani took over as chairman in late August 2017. But things aren’t as stable as they seem



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Amazon's cloud revenue in India up threefold

Amazon Internet Services (AISPL), the reseller for Amazon Web Services (AWS) in India, also reported a profit of Rs 28 crore, compared with a Rs 10-crore loss the previous year.

H-4 Visa change: If Trump goes ahead, wives and husbands of Indian IT workers in US will not get any jobs

The change in the H-4 visa rules -- it may happen in less than three months from now -- will majorly hit the wives and husbands of Indian H-1B visa holders.

India to develop technology to reduce climate impact of cooling by five times

The Ministry of Science & Technology today announced the launch of Global Cooling Prize, an international competition to incentivize the development o..

India needs to invest more in scientific research and development: ISF

India lags behind economies like China in catalysing research, says K Dinesh, president of ISF.

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