Showing posts with label technology update. Show all posts
Showing posts with label technology update. Show all posts

Thursday, 23 July 2020

Amazon plans to buy stake in Reliance of 9.9%

Amazon plans to buy stake in Reliance of 9.9%

Amazon in talks to buy 9.9% stake in Reliance retail arm: Report


Amazon wants a preferred, strategic stake in Reliance Retail for JioMart, according to reports

JioMart, the e-commerce venture of Reliance's retail arm, was launched in May

BENGALURU: Amazon.com Inc is in talks to buy a 9.9% stake in the retail arm of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd, ET Now reported on Thursday, citing sources.
Amazon wants a preferred, strategic stake in Reliance Retail for JioMart, according to tweets by the television channel.
JioMart, the e-commerce venture of Reliance's retail arm, was launched in May and poses a formidable challenge to Amazon.com's local unit and Walmart Inc's Flipkart.
Earlier this year, Amazon India launched a program to add small local shops on its platform after India went into a lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.

An Amazon spokeswoman through email said the company does not comment on speculation, while Reliance did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Reliance, controlled by Asia's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, has raised around $20 billion since late April for its digital arm, including from Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc.

Sunday, 12 July 2020

There is no charger use in apple 12 latest update

There is no charger use in apple 12 latest update

No, you don't need a charger with your iPhone 12 or Samsung Galaxy S30

There is no charger use in apple 12 latest update

 Opnion: You don't need that charger in the box
The iPhone 11 Pro Max comes with a charging brick in the box (Image credit: TechRadar)
Leaks are suggesting both Apple and Samsung are preparing to sell smartphones - such as the rumored iPhone 12 and Samsung Galaxy S30 - that don’t come with a charging block or cable in the box.

Instead, these companies are likely to ask you to buy a separate charger or use your existing tech that you already have in your home. This has proved divisive, as with any manufacturer losing a key part of their tech, but I believe this is the right thing to do. Inmy opinion, it's far past the time manufacturers took on more responsibility for the waste that comes from the average person purchasing new technology, and dropping the unnecessary accessories in the box is a bigger step toward curving e-waste than you may expect.

According to trusted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 12 won’t have those EarPods headphones - the cheap, wired headset you get for free - or a charger in the box when it lands later in the year.

A further report - soon after this iPhone 12 rumor - has suggested Samsung is deliberating on whether to follow suit in 2021 with some of its smartphones. Neither of these reports suggested exact models, or whether it'd be for all devices.

If this proves true, it means your phone won't come packaged with accessories. Why? Because it's very likely you already have what you need.

According to statistics provided by the European Parliament, the world generates 50 million metric tonnes of e-waste every year. That's everything from your broken kit to companies replacing your work laptop.

A variety of rumors have suggested the 2021 iPhone may be the first portless device from the company, and we've seen concept phones from other manufacturers that show how the idea may work.


Jio stakes sold around 25% in this 2020 raising company worth

Jio stakes sold around 25% in this 2020 raising company worth

Qualcomm Ventures to invest ₹730 cr in Jio Platforms for 0.15%



The deal values Jio Platforms at an equity value of ₹4.91 trillion and an enterprise value of ₹5.16 trillion.
Qualcomm Ventures to invest ₹730 cr in Jio Platforms for 0.15%
With this, Reliance Industries has sold a total of 25.24% stake in Jio Platforms raising ₹118,318.45 crore
Qualcomm Ventures, the investment arm of Qualcomm Inc., will invest ₹730 crore for a 0.15% stake in Jio Platforms Ltd, becoming the 12th entity to invest in the digital services subsidiary of Reliance Industries (RIL) in over three months.
The deal values Jio Platforms at an equity value of ₹4.91 trillion and an enterprise value of ₹5.16 trillion, RIL said in a statement.

“Qualcomm has been a valued partner for several years and we have a shared vision of connecting everything by building a robust and secure wireless and digital network in India. Qualcomm offers deep technology know-how and insights that will help us deliver on our 5G vision and the digital transformation of India for both people and enterprises," said Mukesh Ambani, chairman and managing director, RIL.

With this, RIL has sold a total of 25.24% stake in Jio Platforms to Facebook, General Atlantic, TPG, KKR, Silver Lake, L Catterton, Vista Equity Partners, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Mubadala Investment Company, and Public Investment Fund (PIF), Intel Capital and Qualcomm Ventures, raising ₹118,318.45 crore
Jio Platforms has over 388 million subscribers and has significant investments across its digital ecosystem.
It operates a host of digital apps and services, including music streaming service JioSaavn, on-demand live television service JioTV and payments app JioMoney, and smartphones and broadband business.

“With our shared goal of extending the benefits of digital connectivity to everyone 

The deal values Jio Platforms at an equity value of ₹4.91 trillion and an enterprise value of ₹5.16 trillion.

Qualcomm Ventures to invest ₹730 cr in Jio Platforms for 0.15%
With this, Reliance Industries has sold a total of 25.24% stake in Jio Platforms raising ₹118,318.45 crore

Friday, 10 July 2020

Zoom clarify that zoom is US company not Chinesse

Zoom clarify that zoom is US company not Chinesse

Zoom tells Indian users that we are not Chinese company

Zoom clarify that zoom is US company not Chinesse

 

Some of the misconceptions are disheartening, especially those about Zoom and China,"Sankarlingam said in a blog post. "We do recognize that as we continue to introduce ourselves to the Indian market, there has been some confusion about the facts as it relates to Zoom. We want to work through these," adds CEO.
Zoom has been clear about its identity: Zoom is a US company, publicly traded on the NASDAQ, founded and headquartered in San Jose, California. And like many global technology companies, Zoom has offices in China operated by subsidiaries of the US parent company," said Sankarlingam who spent over 10 years at VMware.

"We look forward to engaging with more stakeholders in India in the coming months to support key priorities such as Digital India, StartUp India, and Skills India, as well as introducing them to Zoom," said Sankarlingam.

A widely held popular opinion among Indian social media users is that Zoom is a Chinese company, owing to CEO Eric S Yuan being of Chinese origin.

The government had recently banned 59 mobile apps, including China's TikTok, SHAREiT and WeChat, terming them prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity, and national security

WhatsApp new feature latest update

WhatsApp new feature latest update

WhatsApp new feature: Business owners can now use QR codes to reach customers


whatsapp new update,whatsapp new features,whatsapp new update 2020,whatsapp new feature,whatsapp new feature 2020,whatsapp hidden features,whatsapp new hidden features,whatsapp,whatsapp new features 2020,new whatsapp update,whatsapp latest features,whatsapp new setting,whatsapp new amazing tricks,whatsapp latest update,whatsapp update new features and new design,new whatsapp design,new whatsapp update features,whatsapp tips and tricks,whatsapp new trick,whatsapp update 2020,new whatsapp tricks - 24hoursbharat.com


With the app’s messaging tools, businesses can quickly send back information such as their catalog to get the conversation going

WhatsApp new feature: Business owners can now use QR codes to reach customers.
The new feature will allow users easy access to interactions with a business
QR codes are available for businesses around the world using the WhatsApp Business app or WhatsApp Business API

WhatsApp recently introduced QR codes to the platform on the user end where users could share contacts with each other by just scanning these codes. Now WhatsApp has introduced the QR code scanning feature on WhatsApp Business application. These QR codes will act as a doorway for the consumer to reach a business that has an official account on WhatsApp.

WhatsApp claims using this feature it will become much easier for the consumer to ask questions, get information, or find something they might like to buy.

In its official statement, WhatsApp claimed, “QR codes are a digital front door that makes opening a chat with business as easy as possible. Previously when people came across an interesting business, they had to add its WhatsApp number to their contacts, one number at a time. Now, people simply can scan the QR code a business displays on its storefront, product packaging, or receipt to initiate a chat."

QR codes are available for businesses around the world using the WhatsApp Business app or WhatsApp Business API.

The new feature will allow users easy access to interactions with a business. Scanning a QR code will open a chat with an optional pre-populated message created by the business to start the conversation. With the app’s messaging tools, businesses can quickly send back information such as their catalog to get the conversation going.