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    This US IoT startup wants to first make its mark in India before anywhere else

    A pure play technology startup based in New Jersey, US leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) has decided that it would focus on the India market first before entering any other. IoT startup Smartiply, founded by Kaushik Pillalamarri, Mung Chiang, and Junshan Zhangin September 2015, was spun out of premier academic institutes Princeton and the Arizona State University....

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Uber buys AI firm to advance push on autonomous cars

    Uber said on Wednesday it has acquired computer vision startup Mighty AI to help advance its technology for self-driving cars. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but the ride-hailing giant said some 40 employees from the Seattle-based firm would join Uber's advanced technology group developing plans for autonomous taxis. Mighty AI specialises in computer vision, a field within...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Here's how Delhi-based IoT startup DataCultr is helping enterprises connect, control, and analyse data

    Let's imagine a bank lends a certain amount to an individual to buy the latest smartphone. The only way it can track the customer is his interest payments; if the payments stop and the customer absconds, the bank has to write the loan off as a loss. Delhi-based IoT startup DataCultr wants to change this and more. The bootstrapped company's deep...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    WATCH: How Dailyhunt wants to reach Bharat's 400M people with a focus on video and hyperlocal advertising

    What has 19 billion pageviews, 100 million downloads, 2,000 publishers, 50,000 stringers, and 20,000 regular news contributors? The answer is Bengaluru-based Dailyhunt. In eight years, this startup has aggregated news for millions of information-starved Indians. Since 2016, it has acquired four companies, beginning with OneIndia in July...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    A leap for the medical device 'Sunrise' sector

    The country's medical device sector is basking in the sun. According to some estimates, the medical device market in India is presently valued at approx. 5.2 billion USD (of the ~100 billion USD healthcare market in India), and is growing at a CAGR of 15-16%. It is believed to reach 50 billion USD by 2025. Increase in non-communicable diseases, 'Ayushman Bharat' Yojana and an aging population are...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    OYO warns of legal action against vested groups for trying to disrupt business

    Hospitality firm OYO Hotels and Homes on Wednesday threatened to take legal action against "small vested interest group" for trying to disrupt its business, amid reports that many of its partners are at loggerheads with it. The company, which on Wednesday got a shot in the arm with the Delhi High Court restraining various hoteliers welfare associations from...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    [Jobs Roundup] Work with these VC firms to spot and nurture the next big startup

    Venture capital firms have had a huge role to play in India's startup boom. They have put founders on the entrepreneurial path by believing in their ideas, grit, and determination - and backing them. Flipkart, the poster boy of Indian startups, grew to its current scale with funds from Helion Venture Partners, Accel India, and Tiger Global Management during...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Here's how startups will drive 5G innovations in India

    The government recently announced its plans of auctioning telecom spectrum for the launch of 5G services in the country. This is expected to be a game changer for the country and even more so, for the startup ecosystem in India. As technologies around mobile communication evolve, 5G is being seen as the new frontier after 4G with advantages of greater speed and higher bandwidth. For example,...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    This Coimbatore-based startup sits out of Oregon, US, to serve Google, Microsoft, Adobe

    Usually, when companies respond to tenders, they have a comprehensive, long, tedious application mechanism for creating, storing, managing, and organising content. And as competition increases, most firms often find it difficult to respond to lengthy information requests such as RFPs in a short duration of time. Similarly, when Ganesh Shankar and his cousin...

    • 13 hrs ago
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    From Zomato to the US: this startup is battling to put an end to single-use plastic with bamboo straws

    For Vaibhav Anant, an animal lover, to see a tortoise struggling in pain and bleeding with straws stuck in its nostril was a difficult sight to witness. He couldn't imagine the pain the tortoise was going through, which got him to read reports. Plastic waste accumulation in lakes, oceans, and beaches has become a global crisis. We can see it...

    • 14 hrs ago

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