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Indian retail set for an e-turn, AI to lead the way

Reliance Industries' foray into the e-commerce space will only raise the stakes higher Indians are shopping like never before.. and a lot of it is happening on the internet. Bitten by the 'unlimited option, jaw-dropping prices' bug, our online shopping craze has contributed massively to making the Indian e-commerce industry one of the world's fastest growing. There is no stopping the mushrooming of start-up's which are catering to almost all our wants and ...

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WhatsAPP India! What are you busy downloading?

First came the big websites, then came their miniatures - apps that open in a snap. These tiny buttons have totally changed the way we live our lives. Be it calling a friend, shopping, booking a holiday, reading news or just relaxing to some music, there's always an app to do just that. Such is the mad rush that global app downloads topped a whopping 175 million downloads last year....

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Beware of your voice assistant – It may be eavesdropping on you

It can order dinner, switch on the light, play your favorite music or make a call All this with just your voice command. But what if your virtual assistant does more than what is being asked? The recent news about Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant, sending an American couple's private conversation to a random person in their contact list on its own has raised some serious concerns about these AI enabled ...

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India goals for Brazil as FIFA 2018 fever rages on

A little over 10 days of packed action, 85 splashes of goals, dollops of jaw-dropping finishes and some crushed hopes. The FIFA 2018 World Cup is already stirring up an exciting recipe. Celebrating this festival called World Cup are not just fans from across the globe but also our very own desi crowd who are taking to the sport like never before. The FIFA fever has united them as much ...

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Indians are busy chatting as voice assistants become a rage

Indians are busy chatting as voice assistants become a rage

The Voice Assistants have taken over our lives and how! These digital assistants are the latest fad and are fast becoming our go-to person, albeit virtually. All it takes is just an 'Alexa' ,'Ok Google' or 'Hey Siri'. The launch of Amazon Echo and Google Home in the country have only upped the ante. Indians have never shied away from using the latest technologies and they don't disappoint here either...

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Are Indians finally embracing a sports culture

Are Indians finally embracing a sports culture? Hell yeah!!!!

"Sharma uncle ke bete se kuch seekho!!" Growing up in India, Sharma uncle has often been a part of our lives. Rather our parents' lives. Be it for studies, good behavior or money. Obsessed with stability and marriage, we have always paid too much attention to education. Sports, on the other hand, mostly got the royal ignore. But the last few years have been different. There has been a drastic shift in the country's sports ...

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It's raining money for sports in India as leagues make a killing

It’s raining money for sports in India as leagues make a killing

 IPL ad revenues to top Rs 2000 crore this year even as others look at big monies  It's 365+ days of live sports, 365+ days of moolah The hallelujah time for Indian sports continues as there's no stopping the money rain. The television spectacle that started with IPL spilled over to give rise to over ten different sporting leagues in the country with several more in the offing. As IPL continues to rule the ...

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Southerly woes for BJP as winds blow away Modi magic

The Karnataka election result is in line with the latest Piplsay survey, that reveals Modi and BJP's losing grip in the southern part of the country. The high drama surrounding the Karnataka election this year has increased the spotlight on the BJP. Despite being the most popular party, it failed to become a dominant force in the state where caste dynamics is always at play. Piplsay's recent pan India survey shows that ...

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Look what Young India’s report card for 2019 polls say

Prime Minister Narendra Modi clears the test for most millennials, an exclusive Piplsay Youth survey reveals About 130 million young adults will get to cast their votes in the next general election. These first-time voters are part of the growing breed of young Indians which will be crucial in deciding the political fortunes of most parties. To sense the mood ahead of the 2019 elections, Piplsay reached out to over 20,000 youngsters in the age ...

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