If banking is something you do on an app, why shouldn’t your mobile carrier actually be your bank? It’s more than just an idea. Airtel in India and Orange, Telenor, and O2 are all building their own operations in other countries. Read More
All these days consumer goods companies have been at fore front in implementing digital innovation in the areas of marketing and sales. Whereas supply chain operations area was getting least importance in digital innovation.
Recently many consumer goods companies have started exploring the application of digital solutions in their manufacturing processes. We can say digitalization of the manufacturing chain is becoming a reality. Read More
Let’s imagine a you enter a local pub and the background music is your favorite song, it might not be a coincidence. there could be a beacon behind it. Read More
If you think that you are paying 6x for Uber is sheer cheating , brace yourself: surge pricing is coming to on-demand food delivery. The delivery companies cannot afford their driver fleets without making this change. It’s sheer economics and a trend that will shape the future of online food ordering.
The Galaxy Note 7 might not me no more, but Samsung is still supporting its other flagships in earnest. Today, the company is rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, coupling Google’s latest software improvements with a dash of TouchWiz design. The biggest changes can be found in the notification tray — swipe down and you’ll notice that the Quick Panel interface looks cleaner than before, with titles removed from each icon. The “second depth,” opened with a subsequent downward swipe, has been reworked too with grouped icons. Notifications have also been bundled for easier sorting, and now support direct replies. Read More
Everyone is on social media. And we mean everyone. Around 65 % of Americans are using social media. That’s more than 200 million people in the USA alone, and is approximately the same amount as the number of people in America who own pets. Worldwide, the total on social media already exceeds 2 billion people. That’s twice as many people worldwide as the number who own a car. If you have a brand, particularly one that connects with consumers, you can’t afford to ignore your customers on social media. Read More
Samsung Galaxy Note7 scenario is become like a disaster movie scene. We might think it couldn’t get worse for Samsung. Last week Samsung stopped the production of Note 7 when consumers complained about phone explosion even after their first recall. A second replacement which is unheard of in any industry. Read More
If you’ve bumped into this article, chances are you are reading this on your mobile. You get your daily dose of news on your mobile with a news app, or maybe you’ve just made a purchase on your favorit e-commerce portal, at a touch of a button on your phone. Whatever your consumer needs be, mobile is no longer a mere device to make and receive calls. Read More
With Google introducing pixel it marks the future of smartphone era. Gone are the days where smartphone makers used to sell their phones by differentiating their phones with features like apps , processor , camera etc.
With Samsung acquiring the Viv virtual assistant from the makers of Apple’s Siri, Samsung has officially joined the AI wars.
It seems strange that water should be such a scarce resource when our planet is drenched in 326 million trillion gallons of the stuff. But it turns out that less than one-half of 1 percent of it is drinkable. Out of the rest, 98 percent is oceanic salt water and 1.5 percent remains locked up in icecaps and glaciers. The stark irony of Samuel Coleridge’s immortal line “Water, water, everywhere / Nor any drop to drink” is manifest each year in coastal disasters around the world, like Hurricane Katrina, the 2004 Indonesian tsunami and the 2010 Haiti earthquake, as people within sight of entire oceans are threatened with dehydration. Read More
When you see photos of classic cars from past decade, they’re often beautifully restored, looking better than they did when they left the factory. No such love is given to old computers, as no experts in detailing a 1975 East German HDR 75 (left) exist.
London-based photographer James Ball (aka Docu byte), who we first learned about on Core77, has a thing for vintage computers. Ball went behind the scenes at the UK’s National Museum of Computing, the Science Museum in the UK, Germany’s Technical Collections of Dresden, and California’s Computer History Museum to capture the collections in all their knobby and bleep-bloop glory. Production studio INK digitally retouched the images to return them to their original form with minimalist flair and a pop of color.
See the IBM 1401, Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE, and other vintage lovelies in Ball’s Guide to Computing series in our gallery. Read More
Lot of us judge others on the basis of their First impressions. Well sometimes we might be wrong in judging the people on the basis of first impressions.
We judge people by their attire, their way of living and their way of communicating with others. Have you ever judged a person based their phone?
This might sound very ridiculous to you. But here are few things where one person’s phone says about his personality. Read More
The D day for windows 10 release is finally announced. After the long wait it is finally releasing on 29th of July 2015. Unlike other windows upgrades this time the upgrade is free for windows 7 and windows 8 users. Read More