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Now Google Invests In Jio: Acquires 7.7% Stake

After Facebook, Intel, Qualcomm, and many others, now Google invests in Jio. The US-based internet giant Google will acquire 7.7% stake in Jio Platforms by investing Rs 33,737 crores (US$4.5 billion), Mukesh Ambani, chairman of the Indian...

Zoom vs JioMeet: Is Zoom Trying To Punch Above Its Weight?

After Jio Platforms backed by Mukesh Ambani launched JioMeet which is a ‘Made-In-India’ video conferencing app, people were quick to spot how easily it managed to replicate Zoom’s entire look and feel aka UI or User Interface.

Intel Invest in Jio Platforms: A Chance For Redemption In The Smartphone Market?

If you thought Mukesh Ambani was finally going to stop the stake selling spree in Jio Platforms after RIL was recently announced debt-free, then you were wrong. Intel Corporation, the global tech and semiconductor...
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PAN-Aadhaar link: 32.71 Crore Indians Can Now Reap the Benefits

The agenda to link every citizen's Aadhaar card with their PAN card has been on the Indian...
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When A City Had To Pay Ransom To Cyber Criminals!

While the rapid advancement in technology surely did gift us with newer and more powerful devices, be it smartphones or iPads, it...

Can Twitter’s New Feature Really Make You Feel Safe?

Twitter has been on what seems like a campaign to make the site a place for more meaningful conversations among users. Ever...

TikTok Acquisition: Not A Cake Walk for Microsoft

After President Trump announced an order banning US companies' transactions with Chinese businesses, which is set to come into effect 45 days...

Can ‘Made In India’ Twitter Alternative Replicate Twitter’s Success?

The popular microblogging platform Twitter has a new Indian clone and it is all set to capture the non-English users in the...