Working women, young mothers, and retail outlets all benefit from AirCloset's wear-and-return model.
DataStreamX believes it can become the go-to marketplace for real-time data. Now it just needs to sign on some customers.
It lowers the costs of analytics and optimization for manufacturing, allowing smaller firms to invest in it.
Indian data analytics startup deals with big data information to share insights, patterns, and draw correlations for its clients.
Like a Google Maps for business decision-making, the tool uses technologies to help leaders get a complete overview of their business to make better decisions.
In a few years, the government will know where every car on the road is at any one time. Here are the implications.
Vserv already had 500 million user profiles and Fortune 500 clients. CEO Dippak Khurana tells us why it still needed to get smarter at mobile advertising.
The company is gearing up for its biggest challege yet.
Big Indian companies are getting into the corporate venture capital game. After all, who better than them to see the value in startups?
TargetingMantra, founded by former data scientists of Amazon, closed a seed funding of $1.1M from 500Startups, Nexus Venture Partners, and One97 Mobility Fund.
Big data and face recognition are two tech sectors that had nothing in common a few years ago, but soon they will converge in more ways than one.
The wizards who personalized Amazon now have a Dave McClure-backed startup offering it to etailers big and small
Gurgaon-based TargetingMantra, a 500Strong startup, has a SaaS-based tech tool to figure out what ecommerce consumers are interested in and deliver personalized choices.
SocialCops raised US$320,000 in seed funding from 500 Startups to build a tool that allows decision makers to find insightful data on social problems in India.
Baidu CEO Robin Li hails the fact that the company’s mobile revenue now accounts for 30 percent of the web giant's total revenue.
Subhendu Panigrahi, co-founder of Indian company Venturesity, is the ultimate connector startups look for when they want to hire techies.
What Volkswagen, Toyota, General Motors, Ford, Honda, Nissan, and BMW have in common, apart from being Fortune 100 auto majors, is that they are AdNear clients.
China’s top search engine, Baidu, says it scored 100 percent accuracy in predicting the outcome of World Cup quarter-final and group of 16 games.
Baidu Trends, China’s nearest equivalent to Google Trends, has launched an interactive nationwide map that predicts the spread of disease (hat-tip to 36kr). The hypochondriac’s nightmare combines Baid...