If someone were to ask you how many apps you use in a day, you might need to stop and count. You use apps to book cabs, to order groceries, make payments online, buy diapers, connect with friends... t...
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As we progress in the digital era, government IT architectures will become more complex than ever, which makes it harder to deliver on what's fundamental to customer experience: can I do what I came here to do? Here is what every government agency must understand: The performance of government applications and the networks that deliver them are vital to the user experience.
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India has rejected Google's plans to put Indian cities, tourists spots, hills and rivers in an application in which one can explore through 360-degree, panoramic and street-level imagery. The Home Min...
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Indians are taking to consumer technology in a big way, and are enjoying the benefits of digital mobility and the convenience of on-demand services at their fingertips. However, our physical spaces -- our cities in particular -- have not kept pace with the digital world. While we enjoy the advantages of mobility in our digital world, our cities are becoming increasingly congested and inconvenient.
Even if it's a bit hard to imagine, we are not far from a future where personalised learning resources are ubiquitous, available on multiple devices and languages, and work seamlessly between in-classroom and out-of-classroom settings.