Tech Observer Desk
The world of business always sees new companies trying to stand out from the crowd. This has become harder over the past couple of years due to the number of different companies that are offering the same service.
Bengaluru-based digital learning ed-tech startup KopyKitab has raised an undisclosed amount from ace investors.
Japanese technology firm NTT said that it is merging its three key business entities — NTT India Pvt. Ltd., NTT Com India and Netmagic — as a single organization called NTT Ltd effective on January 1, 2021.
Technology giant Microsoft said that it is makings its Dynamics 365 Project Operations solution available in India.
Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world, yielding only to football. There are 104 cricket playing countries worldwide.
The virtual reality has come a long way, and the experience that users can have using the technology is now better than ever.
Honeywell said that it is investing in Bengaluru-based software firm Trinity Mobility which provides internet of things (IoT) Smart Cities platform and software applications.
NSE Academy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Stock Exchange Limited has acquired Hyderabad-based deep tech education firm TalentSprint.
The collision-aversion technology startup for motorcycles Ride Vision raised $7 million in Series A funding round led by OurCrowd with the participation of YL Ventures, Mobilion VC and Metagal.
With a partnership with Microsoft and Nasscom, the Telangana government aims to skill 30,000 youths in next-generation technologies.