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Spotify, Podcasting and the India Gambit

Spotify has made a sharp pivot to new frontiers, beyond just music. By acquiring two podcast businesses, Gimlet Media Inc., a popular podcast network,  and Anchor, a platform providing tools for creators, Spotify is recognizing the potential for non-music content, and staking a claim on the future of podcasting.  Both acquisitions are prudent as well. …


Impossible Burger 2.0: The runaway hit at CES 2019!

To satisfy the global demand for meat at a fraction of the environmental impact, Impossible Foods developed a far more sustainable, scalable and affordable way to make meat, without the catastrophic environmental impact of livestock. At the recently concluded CES 2019, Impossible Foods’ next-generation, plant-based meat — which rivals ground beef from cows for taste, …


Unbundling Hike to drive service penetration

Earlier this week, Hike, founded by Kavin Bharti Mittal, announced unbundling its content and services into new applications. While Hike would continue to be a messaging app, the other services, including video, news and associated services would be hived off into separate apps. Key takeaways emerging from hiving off Hike from a ‘super app’ into …

Smartphones in 2019

2019 in Smartphones: What’s next?

2018 was an interesting year for smartphones in the India market, with a series of steady and even impressive, smartphones from all major brands, Chinese as well as Global. Across price bands, there were many smartphones vying for attention with their incredible design, craftsmanship and performance. More than ever before, smartphone innovation picked pace in …

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 for the 2019 Flagships

During the second day of the Snapdragon Technology Summit 2018, Qualcomm introduced the newest generation in the 8 Mobile Platform Series, the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform: the world’s first commercial mobile platform supporting multi-gigabit 5G, industry-leading AI and immersive extended reality (XR) in the 2019 generation of premium Android flagships. The Snapdragon 855 will change …


Eight Predictions for Smartphones in Twenty Eighteen

2017 will be remembered as the year when the smartphone innovation hit a plateau. This is the year when the lines got increasingly blurred when it came to comparing smartphone brands on specs and hardware, across price bands. Smartphone vendors also realized the futility in driving their USPs around hardware. Whether it be cameras or …