INTERNET OF THINGS: A SIMPLE EXPLANATION

The internet isn’t just about computers or cell phones anymore. Now a days, all kinds of everyday objects can connect to the internet including cars, air conditioners, microwave and even your shoes. This is called as the Internet of Things. One might wonder why we need to connect our shoes to the internet. Well the answer is that shoes when connected to the internet have the ability to collect the number steps you took while jogging this morning or while going for work and can send the data to another…

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ORGANIC ELECTRONICS PAVING THE WAY FOR A SUBTLE FUTURE

OLED-displays is one example which is in the game and already on the market as well, for example in the latest generation of Smartphones, having so much usage to be on the front foot. The science is really subjective in its application, and that is why there is always more of it. As long as there is mankind to fill the void, there will be some or the other scientific resurrections. Organic electronics is also such a branch of material science concerning the design, synthesis, characterization, and application of those…

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CIVIC TECHNOLOGY : PERPETUATING THE NEED TO BE HEARD

echnology that fosters the relationship between the citizen and government, now this is something which is somewhat very much apt and usable for a better usage of things and perspectives. These technology is mainly deployed to enhance the relationship between people and government, so that the people can have more voice to participate in public decision making or rather deliver some better services to people. The peripheral of the civic technology, is surfacing around the information technology and includes many significantly useful civic application. As we live in an era…

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Book My Show

Have a look at the success story of online ticketing platform “BookMyShow” and how the mastermind behind the idea — Ashish Hemrajani, overcame obstacles. He turned his dreams into a multi-million dollar company.While he was sitting under a tree and enjoying to radio promoting Rugby tickets, an idea hit to his mind. He studied on his idea, understood the market and planned a strategy. Then came back to India, left his job directly and decided to start his own company. At the age of 24, he started his first ever…

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Swiggy

Who knew that two alumni of Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) PilaniNandan Reddy (29) and Sriharsha Majety (31), will become second time lucky entrepreneurs. Back in the year 2014, they came together for their first startup project, Bundl, a logistics aggregator, which associated small and medium companies to courier service providers. The business started off line. However, after nearly a year into it, they understood their focus needed to change from the courier service field to the food industry.While working with like-minded people. Nandan and Sriharsha somehow realized there…

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Flipkart

Two Bansals (Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal) started Flipkart 11 years ago in 2007. Even though they share the same last name and come from Chandigarh, they are not related. Just a batch apart in IIT-Delhi, they became close friends while working together at Amazon. Flipkart was started from a humble beginning two-bedroom apartment in Bengaluru’s Koramangala area as an online bookstore. No one imagined that it would go on to become the country’s largest e-commerce player.They opened their first office in Bengaluru in 2008 followed by offices in Delhi…

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