Celebrating The Spirit Of Independence Day With Technology
As India celebrates its 70 years of Independence this year, Trivone Media Network [Techtree.com, CXOtoday.com and ChannelTimes.com] comes up with a series of stories to celebrate the spirit of Independence Day 2016. Here’s a quick recap on the Independence Day stories.
India is one of the fastest growing markets for app developers. The recent years have seen huge advances in the world of apps. They’ve moved from a being “fun” element on a smartphone to being a useful and indispensable tool; right from ordering groceries, booking bus tickets, and even dating, Indian apps have nailed them all. Read about 10 home-grown apps with over a million downloads.
Seventy years ago millions across the country broke into a euphoric celebration as they heard the voice of Poornam Vishwanathan announce the news of Indian Independence on All India Radio. 70 years later, a 24 year old girl is staring at her computer screen trying to fathom the emotions of those millions who heard the news of their freedom through a radio. News of freedom over a radio and writing a feature on freedom on a computer - we have come a long way. Let’s take a look at India’s tryst with digital diversity.
India got its independence in 1947. However, to get freedom from the wires the country had to wait till 1995. As our country’s economy opened up, global handset players and telecom operators saw the great potential in India’s mobile growth. Here are a few iconic mobile phones that gave Indians the freedom from state-owned landlines and rapidly changed the way we communicated.
Like every year, e-commerce sites like Amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart and several others as well as company’s official websites are flooded with the best possible I-Day deals and discounts to woo shoppers. And who doesn’t love offers? At least, we Indians love everything that comes at a discounted rate. So, here are five best deals on gadgets you can avail of this Independence Day.
Independence Day, much like the festive seasons, is an ideal period to boost sales and introduce new offerings in the market in order to get higher traction. Like every year, both online players and traditional offline channels have geared up to offer the best deals to the consumers ahead of August 15.
Today, some of the biggest global technology companies - Microsoft, Google, Nokia, Sandisk, NetApp, Cognizant and Infosys, to name a few - are run by Indian CEOs. As India celebrates its 70 years of Independence this year, we salute some of the biggest India-born leaders who are increasingly taking big roles in the global technology organizations and have proved their leadership capabilities in many different ways. (Video)
While the gender gap in the IT industry, especially in the senior positions is reducing, with women reaching the highest levels in their organizations, the journey towards this success is certainly not easy. This Independence Day, we celebrate the success of 12 dynamic, super women leaders, whose contribution to the industry has been widely recognized and lauded on a global platform.
Artificial Intelligence, which is changing the world, is slowly making its presence felt in India. The new technology could well solve the challenges in the fields of healthcare, education, public distribution system and power management, to name a few, and help India gain ‘independence’ from numerous such problems.
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