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Pet Tech offers to keep animals safe, healthy and connected

Technology isn’t just for humans anymore. It’s also for their furry friends. In Silicon Valley and beyond, a growing number of startups are selling devices to keep pets safe, healthy,

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Nasscom, Tamil Nadu ink pact for startup warehouse

Nasscom and Tamil Nadu government today signed an agreement to set up the first ‘startup warehouse’ in the state. The warehouse, to be spread over an area of 8,000 sq

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Apple should not try making a car on its own

US technology giant Apple should collaborate with carmakers to make avehicle and use the expertise already available rather than attempt to do it on its own, Fiat Chrysler chief executive

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Andhra Pradesh okays Internet of Things policy

Andhra Pradesh cabinet has approved the first-of-its-kind policy on Internet of Things (IoT) with the prime objective of turning the state into an IoT Hub by 2020 and achieve a

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BPO call centres in villages soon: Ravi Shankar Prasad

The government will soon be launching BPO call centres in villages to empower and digitally connect with the common man, according to Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad, the minister for communications

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Yahoo exploring sale of $1 billion-$3 billion in ‘non-core assets’

Yahoo Inc is exploring the sale of $1 billion to $3 billion of patents, property and other “non-core assets,” its chief financial officer said on Thursday. Yahoo CFO Ken Goldman

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IT production to see $1 billion investment in 18 months

IT hardware manufacturers are expected to invest $1 billion in the next 12-18 months if duty structure announced for products like routers, set-top-box for internet etc is implemented in time.

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Japan driverless taxi startup eyes partnerships with automakers

Japan’s Robot Taxi aims to forge partnerships with carmakers to develop a driverless taxi service in time for the 2020 Olympics, the technology company said, holding its first tests on

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What makes insurers wary of Google

More than 40% of insurers see Google as a potential threat because of its strong brand and ability to use customer data, a report released on Tuesday said. And young,

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Deep-ocean sound waves may aid tsunami detection

Scientists are developing a system that may help predict a tsunami by detecting sound waves that race through the deep ocean more than 10 times faster than the more destructive

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