Google Maps in 2016 announced that their ubiquitous app map service would now be updated with offline functionalities. Basically someone can download directions while online and then use it without internet connection simply by using GPS. This follows the footsteps of the earlier announcement of You Tube Videos being available offline for viewing. Both these […]
Its heartening to see your predictions play out. I had blogged some time back on ‘why it makes sense for E-comm to have a physical brick and Mortar presence’. Amazon recently launched its store in the Big Apple The store is divided into sections like “Most Wished For” items, which represent those people are adding […]
The other day, my colleagues and I were discussing an article about WeWork raising $4.4 billion from Softbank, at a valuation of over $20 billion…
This is a great example of creative thinking and innovation – solving a difficult problem using existing, limited resources!
There are organizations which balk at change. And there are the ones that embrace it, build on it.
As societies mature and wealth levels increase, it appears that ownership of assets is not as important as having access to them.
In his famous commencement address at Stanford, Steve Jobs shared a story…
It is college admission time and we are outraged (again) as various Indian colleges announce their cut-off levels. A few at the Delhi University are at 100% and most are above 90%. So we will rant for a while, and like our friend Ali Haider sang many years ago say, “Yahan ka system hi hai […]