Fuel cell cars that emit only water. Batteries that can give cars a range of 1000 kms. These are not fiction but the reality for today’s Indian startups. Here’s a deep dive into how hydrogen and battery fuel cells hold the key to a better, cleaner and economically sustainable India.
Jio bidding for TikTok might look like a sound business move, but will it create a big dent in the company’s image as a true blue Indian conglomerate? We try to understand this in detail in our latest article.
China is perpetually at war. Sometimes in the real world, but almost always in the virtual world.
To compete with Chinese smartphone brands, Indian manufacturers need hard work and some really radical ideas.
It is high time India developed its own tech infrastructure that can take on global tech giants like Google, Facebook, Twitter and more. Developing our own operating systems, or mobile platforms, or social media sites is something that Indian entrepreneurs can successfully achieve for making the dream of Aatmanirbhar Bharat a reality.
“The data you generate is only yours”, and till the day world governments don’t understand this basic premise, the responsibility is always on us citizens to ensure that we only use apps, browsers, and other technological solutions that respect us as human beings and not just fodder for some AI algorithm.
As consumers we need to be aware of the apps and online platforms we use everyday and make an effort to understand as to which ones are Indian and which ones look Indian, but are Made in China.