Social media is giving such a slaughter its best shot, although with much help from the legacy media honchos. However, with a population of approximately 1.27 billion and internet penetration of approximately 243 million (a mere 19.9%), the statistics in India beg the real question – Can social media kill legacy media organisations like print media and television?
Twitter is introducing a new service called Twitter Offers, which will allow companies to share in-store and online deals/coupons and discounts right from a tweet.
After confirming its India launch in July, OnePlus is launching its the first flagship phone the ‘One’ in India on Amazon.
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China’s Apple ‘Xiaomi’ is seemingly having a lot of big plans for India. Not only it is changing its model for the first time i.e.
On Monday, Sony Pictures, an American technology company that manages distribution of company’s film and TV productions, has been hacked and all computers at the company have been rendered completely unresponsive.
After introducing the Mi3 and Redmi 1s phones, Chinese smartphone manufacture Xiaomi, has launched two new smartphones in India – Redmi Note & Redmi Note 4G priced at INR 8,999 and INR 9,999 respectively.
Brands have realized that social networks offer an opportunity to interact directly with the consumers. Beyond just trying to interact with a tweet, often a more direct road to social success is to engage with customers more comprehensively in other locations – and social listening shows you the way.
Rocket Internet backed Tripda, an online ride sharing marketplace that connects people who need a ride to drivers who have empty seats in their cars, is entering India.
According to Google’s annual online shopping growth trends report released on Thrusday, done in a collaboration with Forrester Research, India will have 100 million online shoppers including 40 million women, by 2016.
Chinese smartphone and telecommunication equipment manufacturer Huawei will launch a joint innovation program with Singapore telecommunications and multimedia company, SingTel to develop 5G technology.
On Thursday, Mozilla Corporation, maker of Firefox browser has signed a five-year strategic partnership with Yahoo that makes Yahoo the default search experience for Firefox in the United States on mobile and desktop.
Apple has geared up for another battle against Google, as it has started selling its Ecobee3 smart Wi-Fi thermostat with a price of USD 249 on Amazon.
US based on-demand car service, Uber has launched a new low-cost service for India called Uber Go. This new offering is sure to compete Ola, TaxiForSure and even auto rickshaws in most parts of the country.This is expected to be rolled out across 10 Indian cities and will be 15-20% cheaper than its UberX line.
Google has revealed a machine-learning system that can automatically create captions after recognizing the content in images, by using Natural Language Processing (NLP).
LittleBits Electronics, a company aiming to democratize hardware, on Tuesday announced the launch of the IoT enabled Smart Home Kit, to turn any home into smart home.
California-based biotech firm, Organovo on Tuesday announced the launch of 3D printed liver tissue for pre-clinical drug discovery testing.
Twitter Co-founder Biz Stone has launched a new app ‘Super‘ for Android and iOS devices that allows users to share pictures, thoughts, ideas, statements and recommendations with friends as well as social networking sites Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.
Facebook seems to be focusing on mobility more than ever. First Social Network, then Messenger, Paper, Slingshot, Mentions and so on.
Nokia is back in devices businesses after selling off its mobile handset business to Microsoft for USD 7.2 billion. The company has now launched an Android N1 tablet supporting Android Lollipop for an estimated price of USD 249.