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The Chinese smartphone maker is already the largest in India behind only Samsung Electronics, but has done so mostly selling cheaper phones
With the second edition of its phone, Google has brought Artificial Intelligence closer to real-life everyday applications, such as shushing the phone as you head into a theatre. You do want that, right?
Google is taking the long view on digital payments in India, which is still a nascent trend even among the more affluent
After this longish wait, typical for Samsung phones, one gets some of Android N’s worthwhile features, and some fun options too
Immigrants are the bedrock of America’s global tech prowess and Americans continue to embrace that fact, which is good for the rest of us
In the longer run, as the ecosystem for driverless transport and connected cars emerges, probably first in America, Uber might be the one to bet on
Beyond boardroom and shareholder skirmishes, there is a vision of a company of the future willing to embrace change and not just react to it
Across ecommerce, cloud services and entertainment, Amazon already has a broader ecosystem, and its Whole Foods play shows it is willing to audaciously go offline. That, as local rules change, is plausible in India too
We will always want the next new smartphone, no matter which brand we love, but they will always disappoint in what we truly want of them — make us happier human beings
For the first time in the history of App store, Apple has redesigned it. What developers make of it, we will know soon enough. But for us the average users, the App store may become an even more attractive destination