Top 10 Upcoming Technologies That May Change The World
Jul17

Top 10 Upcoming Technologies That May Change The World

We live in a world where technology advancing is moving fast. To stay updated and manage these rapid changes with the world around us, we need to understand, how the technology advancing works and develop skills, only then you can adapt the evolution of technology. There are many interesting and compelling advancements in technologies like Google Glass, Oculus Rift, SmartThings, and Driverless Car which are making headway in their...

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Amazon Family And Baby Wish List Programmes For New Parents Has Launched In India
May06

Amazon Family And Baby Wish List Programmes For New Parents Has Launched In India

Amazon India on Friday has announced an expansion of its Prime subscription’s benefits, with the introduction of Amazon Family global program in India. The firm claims it will help the Amazon Prime members find what they are viewing for at the best price while guiding them through the trials of the new parenthood. Amazon has also unveiled the Amazon Baby Wish List, for all the customers. Lately, Amazon India had apparently...

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E-Commerce Definition Too Wide In The GST Dispensation: Assocham
Apr17

E-Commerce Definition Too Wide In The GST Dispensation: Assocham

An industry body has mentioned that the government must clearly outline the scope of ‘e-commerce’ under the GST, as the current definition could include even commodity derivatives exchanges where there is no actual delivery of goods. The term ‘e-commerce’ may get misinterpreted in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) law, said the industry chamber Assocham. Lately, as standalone E-commerce services, Paytm Mall App...

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Net Neutrality in India | Pros and Cons of Net Neutrality
Apr14

Net Neutrality in India | Pros and Cons of Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is an idea that pertains that all the data on the internet should be treated or provided equally in all terms. The government or any other Internet Service Provider (ISP’s) cannot charge differentially on any basis such as user, content, application, site, etc. The Internet users should be allowed to access the internet at the same speed and price they are paying anywhere. The Net Neutrality in India became a...

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Infrared Rays-Based Internet Is Now 100 Times Faster Than The Existing Wi-Fi System
Mar20

Infrared Rays-Based Internet Is Now 100 Times Faster Than The Existing Wi-Fi System

Wireless networks crafted from the rays of infrared light could soon allow you to connect to the internet 100 times faster than current Wi-Fi systems. Researchers have found a new method that relies on the central ‘light antennas‘ to beam rays of different wavelengths to wireless devices that mean networks won’t get jammed by several competing devices. A light-based system, which is also known as ‘Li-Fi,’...

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Kerala Is The First Indian State Now To Declare Internet A Basic Human Right
Mar18

Kerala Is The First Indian State Now To Declare Internet A Basic Human Right

Kerala Is The First Indian State Now To Declare the Internet A Basic Human Right Kerala is the most literate state in India, and it has just declared the Internet access as a basic right for every citizen just like food, education and water. The state budget has unveiled a project, that aims to provide internet connections free of cost to 20 lakh low-income families and at subsidised rates to others. Though it is a move in the right...

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