Messaging app Line now has 30 million registered users in India- but it's still way behind WhatsApp.
In a first-of-its-kind move, taxi app Ola has on-boarded Mumbai’s traditional *Kaali-peeli* taxis to its network. The move is an attempt to kill three birds with one stone.
Ecommerce in India, currently at US$3.5 billion, represents less than four percent of the total retail market. So there's a huge upside potential as internet penetration and smartphone usage rise.
Global accelerator program Zone Startups just gave five innovative technology companies a ticket to expand to the North American market via an incubator in Canada.
For years in India, consumers have been the victims of protectionist policies, which have thrust inefficient businesses forward as the only choice.
Access, sign and share your business documents from anywhere using your smartphone and tablet
Global Brain's local partnerships and expertise are vital to the success of an international entrant to the Japanese market, AdNear founder Anil Mathews tells us.
Few people venture into India’s Rajasthan desert to provide healthcare. An exception is Karma, founded by a former Goldman Sachs technologist.
The iPhone 6 Plus will battle with large screen Galaxy Note 4 this festive season in India
This fresh round of funding will give CarTrade a boost to take on its competitors Cardekho, OLX, and Gaadi.
Android-based phone users can book tickets, check reservation status using the official app anytime, anywhere
Indian consumers should get their wallets ready to officially pre-order the OnePlus One.
With the acquisition, thousands of small and medium-sized businesses across Indian cities will offer cashless mobile payment solutions powered by PayUMoney
This tie-up is a big step-up in distribution capability for both Amazon and Future Group, and sounds fresh alarm bells for local ecommerce players Flipkart and Snapdeal.
A widget for Google Calendar promises an easy way to plan meetings, assign tasks with deadlines, and collaborate with the team.
GoTogether wants people to save money, reduce carbon footprint, and make new friends through its ridesharing app.
69 percent of Indians have no clue how the internet can help them, a Facebook survey found. Local language content is vital to bridge this gap, says Zuckerberg.
Amazon's attempt at making online and mobile payments far more convenient and secure goes live today in India.