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Zoho Corp: India’s Very Own Microsoft

Zoho Corp is the very first Indian software company to roll out an operating system for businesses.

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Microsoft Committed To Growth Of Indian Start-ups

The company recognises that India's entrepreneurial landscape would aid robust economic growth in the coming years and was committed to contributing to the Indian start-up growth story

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How MS Kaizala Can Help SMEs and Startups to Manage Their Business

I am sure, We, Indians will find many more innovative ways to use Kaizala to increase productivity.

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Datamatics to Acquire 71% Stake in TechJini, Microsoft to Buy Israeli Startup Cloudyn & ZineOne Bags $2.5M

ZineOne Inc, an event-driven interactions platform powered by artificial intelligence (AI), has raised $2.5 million (around Rs 16 crore) led by New York-based Golden Seeds Angels and Hyderabad Angels.

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Microsoft, Google Will Shape The AI World

Both Microsoft and Google have India born CEO's so hopefully some part of this strategy should have an have an impact on India, the developer and start-up community here

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#TodayDeals: Softbank Raises $1B for Its $100B Vision Tech Fund, EzCred Bags $1M & More

Japan’s telecom and internet giant SoftBank has successfully raised $1 billion from Japan-based electronics company Sharp Corp for its ambitious $100 billion Vision fund that aims to tap advanced technologies through the investment.

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Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Skyrocketing to $59B by 2022

The market was at just $760M in 2015; barring exorbitant device prices, the augmented and VR industry is all set to boom

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Flipkart Raises $1.4B From Tencent, eBay, Microsoft at $11.6B Valuation

The news comes amid strong but unconfirmed speculation that Flipkart is looking at a potential takeover of smaller rival Snapdeal

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eBay, Tencent and Microsoft Invests $1B in Flipkart

The ecommerce industry in India is expected to grow more than 50 percent for the next several years, fueled by a new generation of people connecting to the Internet for the first time on affordable mobile phones.

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