Amazon gets into email business, launches WorkMail

By on January 29, 2015 at 4:56 PM.

Amazon gets into email business, launches WorkMail

After proving its dominance in the cloud computing market, Amazon wants to foray into enterprise communications. The company launched WorkMail, a secure cloud-based email and calendar service for business users to compete with Google's Gmail and Apps for Work and Microsoft's Exchange products. The service offers support for all popular email providers. More →
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Uber changes business model in Delhi while it awaits Radio Taxi license

By on January 28, 2015 at 5:53 PM.

Uber changes business model in Delhi while it awaits Radio Taxi license

After resuming operations in Delhi, the cab aggregator has decided to not take commission from its drivers till it gets its radio taxi operating license from the authorities. Uber was forced to apply for a new license under the Radio Taxi Act in order to get back into the city. More →
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Uber cannot operate without license, Delhi government says

By on January 24, 2015 at 11:46 AM.

Uber cannot operate without license, Delhi government says

On a day US-based taxi booking firm Uber announced resumption of services in the city, Delhi Government today said the company cannot operate as the ban imposed on it last month has not been revoked. Sources said Delhi Government will consider it "totally illegal" if Uber resumes its service without getting license from the Transport Department. More →
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Kim Dotcom launches Skype competitor MegaChat, comes with file-sharing feature

By on January 23, 2015 at 7:45 PM.

Kim Dotcom launches Skype competitor MegaChat, comes with file-sharing feature

As promised last month, New Zealand-based entrepreneur, Kim Dotcom has launched a new video chat service called MegaChat. The service, which he is positioning as a Skype rival is a browser-based encrypted video calling platform boasting file-sharing capabilities. MegaChat is still in beta, which explains why some people are having issues connecting and talking with their friends. More →
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Indian government promises free Wi-Fi in 2,500 cities in three years: Report

By on January 23, 2015 at 6:21 PM.

Indian government promises free Wi-Fi in 2,500 cities in three years: Report

Indian government has roped in state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to implement free Wi-Fi in 2,500 cities across the country. This initiative will cost Rs 7,000 crore and will be free initially, but after the limited capacity is over users will have to pay a nominal amount for it. More →
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