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Google to train six more Indian start-ups in San Francisco

Google has selected six Indian Startups for the fourth class of its 'Launchpad Accelerator' program, including RailYatri, RecipeBook and FastFilmz.In the six months program, they will undergo intensive mentoring from 20+ teams across Google and mentors from top technology companies and VCs in Silicon Valley.Additionally they will receive equity-free

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SpiceJet introduces self check-in for baggage in Mumbai

SpiceJet has introduced self check-in for baggage at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji domestic airport.Customers flying with SpiceJet can now simply check-in their baggage at the self-service kiosks themselves up to 45 minutes prior to the departure time."Independent of counter opening hours passengers can simply drop-off their luggage easily by

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Xiaomi at No.2, overtakes Vivo, Oppo in Indian smartphone market

Xiaomi has emerged as the second biggest smartphone brand in India after Samsung as its smash hit Redmi Note 4 broke sales records, according to market share numbers for the first three months of the year.The numbers also revealed that for the first time in eight years, there could be

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Airtel, Idea and Vodafone close to network sharing deal

Fierce competition from new entrant Reliance Jio is pushing the incumbent telecom operators Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone India to accelerate negotiations to allow them to use each other's full networks.As of now, these operators only share 'passive' or 'dead' infrastructure such as the physical tower and generator sets.Active

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Idea Cellular to spend Rs 6,000 cr on VoLTE, expansion of 4G & 3G this year

Idea Cellular, the telecom company controlled by the Aditya Birla group, said it will spend Rs 6,000 cr to expand its 3G and 4G services in the current financial year.The planned investment of Rs 6,000 cr has been "earmarked for expanding broadband coverage (and to) increase wireless data capacity" and

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Facebook restores world’s biggest page for Atheists after outcry

Facebook has restored 'Atheist Republic', by far the biggest page operated by the Atheist community on any social media network, after it was shut down using 'mass reporting' by religious people.The move followed a big outcry among atheists and free-speech advocates online.The page was taken down about 24 hours ago,

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Airtel Broadband to upgrade users to 40 Mbps V Fiber plans to beat Reliance Jio

Airtel Broadband, India's second largest wired broadband service, will upgrade nearly all its DSL customers to its new 'V Fiber' vectorization technology that offers speeds of 40 Mbps, compared to 4-8 Mbps under the traditional ADSL 2 technology.Company CEO Gopal Vittal said this would make the copper-based offering more competitive

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Airtel Digital increases HD channels to take on Tata Sky

Airtel Digital has bounced back into reckoning in fast growing high-definition DTH market by adding capacity from the newly launched SES-9 satellite and could emerge a strong challenger to Tata Sky in coming days.The SES-9 satellite was launched last year and new transponders were made available to Airtel earlier this year.Over

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SpiceJet starts flights to Patna from Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai & Kolkata

SpiceJet, the airline that offers one of the most cost-effective set of fares in India, said it was starting daily flights to Patna from several cities in India, including Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Kolkata.On Tuesday, the Bangalore flight will be replaced by a Chennai-Patna service.“We are extremely proud to induct

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Larsen & Toubro Infotech changes to ‘LTI’ as it seeks an independent identity

Larsen & Toubro Infotech, which started out as a unit of construction major L&T, has rebranded itself, dropping its parent's name from its own and projecting a more independent brand.The new logo reads 'LTI' in blue, bold letters with the tagline 'Lets Solve', and the new branding colors are

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DB Corp launches Hind daily Dainik Bhaskar in Surat

DB Corp has launched its Dainik Bhaskar Hindi daily in Surat, eyeing a large-Hindi speaking population in the city.The company said there are around 28 lakh Hindi speakers in Surat, the diamond capital of India."Our intensive on-ground study revealed exciting prospects amongst Surat's non-Gujarati speaking, multicultural, industrialised households who have

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