A tiny chip designed in Bengaluru, the size of a postage stamp, might hold the answer to a goal chased by the likes of Google, Facebook.
India today is the second-largest traffic source for Udacity, which saw a five fold growth in enrollment for Nanodegree courses in the past eleven months.
At the recently held ETtech ‘Point Blank’ event, Michael Dell shared his experiences and lessons as an entrepreneur scaling up his company.
Bengaluru-based hyperlocal startup DropKaffe is trying to change this by ensuring that their customers are served freshly brewed coffee right at their tables.
Tan’s firm Walden International is waiting for clearances to start a local fund to back hardware and technology startups.
“We plan to use the newly raised funds to build our team, improve our technological infrastructure,” says Pushkar Singh, CEO and Cofounder of LetsTransport.
Locus, founded by BITSPilani-Goa alumnus Nishith Rastogi and IITian Geet Garg, has developed a solution to help on-demand business dispatch, track and manage their on-field workforce.
Hardware startups Ather Energy, Teewe and Grey Orange Robotics have all raised funding from mainstream investors. Have Indian hardware startups come of age then?
Starting with India and the Philippines, users will now be able to download and use the new app directly from the Play Store.
The startup, founded by IIT alumnus Abhishek Anand and Anjani Kumar, has developed an online platform to book mini-trucks to help with users’ logistics requirements.
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