Kirti Sharma

She is a fun loving girl who's always scouting for innovative startups and fun entrepreneurs to write about. When not writing, you can find her perched in the corner of her room with her laptop running a serial marathon of her favorite sitcoms.

Necessity is the mother of all inventions. So, when the startup scene started booming in India and people realised that their small budgets and the space crunch in the country didn’t allow them to have their individual spaces early on in the game, they decided to share their...
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the few technologies that has the real potential of changing the way the entire world works. Gartner predicts that there will be about 8.4 billion connected devices by the end of this year, a figure which has increased by a whopping...
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is climbing up the tech popularity ladder like nothing before. From aviation to writing to shopping, AI is slowly but steadily entering various verticals of our lives. And now, IBM and Vogue have together made something that marks the perfect marriage of Indian fashion and AI....
Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal Violate FDI rules

The Indian ecommerce industry is in some serious soup. India’s traders body, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has decided to call out the ecommerce industry for the rules that its players are flouting in the disguise of sales and has urged the government to look into the...
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As the week draws to an end, let's recap the top 10 things that happened in the tech sector during the week. 1) World’s First Blockchain Phone Which Have India Connection To Start Shipping in November With Blockchain and Bitcoin fast becoming the latest fad all around...

Women entrepreneurs in the Indian startup ecosystem aren’t a myth anymore. Though not frequent as one would have wanted, women entrepreneurs are no more a rare sighting in the Indian startup world. While ideation and innovation hasn’t really ever been a problem for the womenfolk, it’s the finance factor...
Infosys

One of India's biggest multinational corporation, Infosys, is now helping local Indian startups take their solutions to a global scale. EdgeVerve Systems, which is a wholly-owned financial product subsidiary of Infosys, has decided to explore the great expertise that Indian startups have to offer to buckle up...

Software giant Microsoft recognises the green pastures that the Indian startup ecosystem has to offer and wants to continue contributing actively in its growth, according to a recent report. In its 2017 India Citizenship Report, Microsoft India has revealed that between the period April 2016 and March 2017, the...

In a shocker of a news, Aditya Birla Group’s fashion e-commerce platform Abof.com has decided to shut its shop by the end of 2017, according to a report in the Economic Times. Aditya Birla Online Fashion started its operations two years ago in...
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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) just had its most controversial meeting ever. The non-profit that listens to debates and then sets standards to make all the web’s browsers and websites compatible just voted on a new proposed standard called Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) that is...