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Technology Could Make or Break the Food Workforce of the Future

The way we engage with food is changing fast. Apps like UberEats, Instacart, and DoorDash enable consumers to order grocery items or take-out meals delivered directly to their doorsteps. Meal kit delivery services like Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, and Home Chef send subscribers a box of prep-ready ingredients each week, along with the recipes to prepare them. And automated purchasing processes enable eaters to order fast food by ... Read More »

When You’re Facebook, You’re Never Late to the Game

HIGHLIGHTS Zuckerberg talked about Facebook’s AR vision at F8 2017 It’s rolling out the AR camera platform in beta to developers Facebook’s sheer scale will prove a real challenge to Snap In 2013, Facebook approached Snapchat with a buyout offer of $3 billion (about Rs. 16,500 crores), which then had just 5 million daily active users. Evan Spiegel, co-founder and CEO of the company now ... Read More »

Aqua Lions 3 is the latest sub 10k smartphone from Intex

Intex Aqua Lions 3 has a 5-inch IPS HD display along with a sleek body. It weighs 162 grams and comes in two premium shades of Champagne and Black color. The device has MT6737 quad-core processor from MediaTek which performs at 1.25GHz. Well, it looks like MT6737 is out on a spree to find a place in as many smartphones ... Read More »

The top 5 tech gadgets college students really want

As summer winds down and college students ponder the return to classes, it’s time to consider what to bring to school this fall. No surprise, trendy tech gadgets often tops the list. CNBC has assembled a brief guide to the hottest choices. However, buyer (that’s you, parents) beware: If you snatch up everything on this list, it could set you ... Read More »

Amazon, Flipkart Host Back to College Laptop Sales: Here Are the Top Offers

HIGHLIGHTS Amazon India has segregated laptops based on subjects Flipkart offers Rs. 15,000 off on exchange for the Surface Pro 4 Both websites offer No Cost EMI options on varied laptops Amazon India and Flipkart are both hosting Back to College laptop sales on their respective sites. Both the e-commerce verticals are offering different deals, exchange offers, and No Cost EMI options on ... Read More »

NanoPhone ‘Smallest Phone in the World’ Launched in India

HIGHLIGHTS Elari NanoPhone C is said to be the size of a credit card It weighs just 30 grams, and is available on Yerha It can be connected to iPhone and Android phones E-commerce site Yerha.com on Thursday announced the launch of what is claimed to be the ‘smallest phone in the world’ – the Elari NanoPhone C. Specifically, the company ... Read More »

What’s on the Agenda at China’s Five-Yearly Finance Meeting: Q&A

Xi Jinping  Photographer: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg Once every five years, China’s leaders get together to consider ways to improve the country’s gigantic and complex financial system. The next meeting of the National Financial Work Conference takes place July 14-15 in Beijing, with President Xi Jinping expected to attend. There’ll be plenty to talk about. Reining in financial risk is a key ... Read More »

Imparting education to the underprivileged through digital means

Sudipta Mandal, a class V student from Jnyanodamoyee High School shares her experience, “The audio -video presentation has been a first time experience for me. The subject becomes so easy to follow when presented on a large screen. Since the inception of English Lab, I have improved my vocabulary and grammatical sense. It has also helped me a lot in ... Read More »

Mercedes-Benz India climbs up the ladder in overall car market as well

MUMBAI: The three-pointed star, the leader in India’s luxury-car space, is steadily climbing up the ladder in the overall automobile market as well. Mercedes-Benz sold more vehicles in India in the first six months of 2017 than brands such as Fiat, Nissan and Chevrolet, which offer much cheaper, including entry-level, cars here. And, Skoda, with its more affordable line of ... Read More »

City real estate market turns the corner: report

‘Unsold housing units inventory plummets by 30% to 28,110 units in last 2 years’; industry hopes recent policy initiatives by government will drive further growth In an indication that the Chennai real estate market may have turned the corner, sales and launches of housing units attained the levels seen in mid-2015. “Compared to the last two years, 2017 began on ... Read More »