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How Apple, Microsoft and Google are fuelling Inclusive Tech?

There are >1.3 billion reasons to make technology accessible. Disability could be permanent, temporary or situational. The legal, ethical and moral imperatives for accessible tech has been well-known and established. It took a black swan event to put accessibility at the core of businesses. With the advancements in technology, there is significant opportunity as well …

Google Mandiant
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Google acquires Mandiant, will bolster Google Cloud Cyber Security footprint

Google is acquiring cybersecurity firm Mandiant for $5.4Bn. “Organizations around the world are facing unprecedented cybersecurity challenges as the sophistication and severity of attacks that were previously used to target major governments are now being used to target companies in every industry. We look forward to welcoming Mandiant to Google Cloud to further enhance our …

Pat Gelsinger
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With IDM 2.0, Intel charts a bold manufacturing gambit

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger outlined Intel’s new vision and strategy to manufacture, design and deliver leadership products and create long-term value for stakeholders. “We are the only company with the depth and breadth of software, silicon and platforms, packaging and process with at-scale manufacturing our customers depend on for their next generation innovations.”- Pat Gelsinger, …

Pixel 4a
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Google needs to nail the Google Pixel 4a pricing and GTM in India

Tech giant Google will need to focus on its go-to-market strategy for its latest Pixel 4a smartphone in India besides focusing on pricing if it is looking to gain meaningful share in the world’s second-largest market, analysts said. Google launches its latest Pixel 4a smartphone along with 5G-enabled Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) smartphone. However, it will only …

Google Jio
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Jio and Google will make a fresh attempt at India’s smartphone market

Of Rs 75,000 crore of the India Digitisation Fund that Google plans to invest in India in the next five to seven years, Rs 33,737 crore will be invested in Jio Platforms. The transaction, subject to regulatory and other applicable customary approvals, will be aimed at tapping the affordable smartphone market yet again.   The two …