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Startups and Tech

‘Holacracy is at the beginning of its growth curve in India’: Top entrepreneur to TNM

Brian Robertson is the world's foremost expert on Holacracy, a revolutionary framework for self-managing organisations, which has been adopted by 1000 companies worldwide.

Wsquare to organise women-led ‘HerTech’ Hackathon in partnership with Facebook

The two-day Hackathon focuses on encouraging more women to enter AI.

Google Pay set to launch gold as an investment plan on its platform

The platform will allow users to buy 24 karat gold that is 99.99% pure, which will be credited to the account in digital format.

Women in Tech: MediaTek’s Rituparna on how women can find the right work-life balance

Rituparna says that women often tend to find it tough to prioritise between personal and profession lives, which results in most of them dropping out of the workforce.

Google to officially shut down ‘Inbox by Gmail’ on April 2

Google launched the Inbox by Gmail app in 2014 to increase productivity with features that let users automatically generate replies, create bundles, and more.

Amazon eyes digital advertising, to sell video adds on app to take on Google, Facebook

Amazon has reportedly been beta testing the ads on iOS devices for several months and is planning a similar product for Android platform later this year.

Wiley launches job-ready skilling programs in Bengaluru to bridge talent gap

Certifications through WileyNXT will provide students and professionals with better access to new-tech jobs as well as expertise in critical thinking and problem-solving.

Google honours German musician Johann Sebastian Bach with first ever AI-powered Doodle

With the press of a button, the Doodle uses Machine Learning (ML) to harmonise the custom melody into Bach's signature music style.

Change Facebook password, turn on 2FA now, urge experts

This came after a report revealed that passwords of around 200-600 million Facebook users were stored in plain text, searchable by over 20,000 Facebook employees.

Netflix testing mobile-only subscription at Rs 250 per month for select users in India

This mobile-only plan will allow subscribers watch standard definition content on a single mobile screen at a time.