Ankush Kumar

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ERP helping various organisations to gain new customers, grow revenues

SAP is making its ERP a modern platform with embedded analytics that can be deployed on cloud as well as on-premise and can be also accessed on mobile phones.

SAP, Indian micro, small and medium enterprises , MSMEs, ERP

Google Search: New shortcuts for cricket, weather, more turn it into one app for everything

Google app is moving a step closer to become one app for everything by adding new shortcuts in Search, enabling users to get relevant information quickly and easily.

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Android 8.0 Oreo: From PiP to speed, 5 reasons why you will love the OS again

Plus, it’s got stronger security protections and speed improvements that keep you safe and moving at lightspeed.

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Google powered Internet Saathi empowers rural women

Even as India has taken the lead to become the fastest growing internet user market in the world, India’s cyberspace is still dominated by male users.

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Startup Convegenius transforms education to edutainment; learn how

The start-up provides a self-learning experience by presenting quality content mapped to the NCERT curriculum in the form of a game

Convegenius, Convegenius app, education app, learning app

How global technology firms giving a leg up to Indian start ups

Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared his intention to make India the start-up capital of the world, the country has seen a new wave of entrepreneurship as it emerges as the third largest start-up base after the US

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Know about Vodafone EVA facial app launched for the disabled 

Eva Facial Mouse is an Open Source app that allows users to access mobile functions by means of tracking the user face captured through the front camera

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Notesgen: Sharing study notes for a fee

Remember your days as a college student when you would be running around trying to collect study notes from senior students, class-toppers as well as sundry friends just as the exams drew near?

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Facebook Messenger Lite comes to India; version is faster, uses less data

This lightweight version of Messenger is faster, uses less data and works in all network conditions.

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Intel & Bosch develop IoT-powered pollution monitor

An Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (MCMS) that provides intelligent data and enable real-time analysis of ambient air pollution, and powered by Intel technology has been launched by Bosch to directly address this

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With Website GoogleMy Business makes building sites easy for small and medium businesses

Google recently announced the launch of ‘Google My Business’—a new feature aimed at building a mobile optimised website easily and instantly.

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Startup Zenatix uses machine learning models to reduce energy consumption by large consumers

While energy efficiency initiatives have so far mainly focused on retrofits (more energy efficient light bulbs, air conditioners, etc.), it is equally important to drive efficiency on the consumption side.

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Startup Parkwheels turns chaotic parking into smart parking

The start-up provides smart parking solution through automation (i.e. hardware, software and mobile app).

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Ransomware attacks on mobile phones soar 3.5x over few months: Kaspersky Lab

The global nightmare of ransomware shows no sign of slowing down, with the volume of mobile ransomware rising 3.5 times during the first few months of the year, according to IT security firm Kaspersky Lab. In its latest repor

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Swatchpaani, developed by IBM, IIITM-Kerela, supports real-time water quality data analysis

Swatchpaani, developed jointly by IBM and IIITM-Kerala supports real-time data analysis

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Digital transformation of the classroom

In a bid to bridge the digital divide and ensure transparency and efficiency in the state owned schools and colleges, the government of Telangana has taken major tech-based initiatives.

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Tech start-up Moglix build B2B online marketplace; CEO Rahul Garg says ‘manufacturing industry ignoring potential of digital procurement’

Moglix’s SaaS-based platform for procurement of goods combines online convenience with supply-chain efficiencies.

Droom’s HR app: CEO Sandeep Aggarwal says ‘it is a major move towards creating a paperless office’

Droom, an online marketplace to buy and sell new and used automobiles and automobile services, has introduced a mobile app that provides company related information to candidates looking for jobs in the firm. This information

EGov: Panasonic eyes projects under Smart Cities mission in Guwahati, Jabalpur

The Japanese electronics firm has bagged city surveillance projects in Bhopal and Ludhiana. It is now eyeing projects under Smart Cities mission in Guwahati and Jabalpur.

Connecting offline SMB stores to online customers

With the euphoria around start-ups not receding anytime soon despite the hiccups in funding, entrepreneurial activities are springing up across the hinterland.

Free Wi-Fi hotspots are popular, but here’s why you should run scared

With coffee shops, hotels, shopping malls, airports, et al offering their customers free access to public Wi-Fi, it’s a convenient way to check your emails, catch up on social networking, or surf the web.

How automation firm Falcon helping clients deliver products to workers

Industrial automation firm Falcon is helping its clients use robotic carts to pick, place and deliver products from specific locations to workers

We see vast opportunities in big data, artificial intelligence: Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Speaking at the ongoing Cyber Tech conference, organised at the city of Tel Aviv from 31st Jan to 3rd Feb 2017, Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu emphasized on Israel’s contribution to the global cyber security spa

Budget 2017: On wish list for start-ups are more realistic norms; processes too stringent

With the 2017 Union Budget set to be tabled in Parliament on February 1, start-ups and investors are hoping that the government will usher in a more enabling tax regime to ensure that the Start-up Action Plan and Make in Indi

Edge Networks turns to algorithms, AI based approach to analyse job description, profiles

Edge Networks uses Natural Language Processing algorithms with data science and AI based approach to analyse job descriptions and profiles

Internet of Things: How Gaia Smart Cities is using IoT to build smart water, gas, power meters

THE Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as the third wave in the development of the internet. The 1990s’ fixed internet wave connected one billion users while the 2000s’ mobile wave connected another around two billion.

Enabling smart healthcare services in public hospitals

HSCC is implementing smart IT systems in 25-30 public hospitals, which includes providing a smart card to every patient

Enabling smart healthcare services in public hospitals
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