Weekly Wrap-up: Ebay’s Powership, Indian gTLDs, Facebook story & more…


Here is a quick wrap-up of all the buzzing posts of last week.


If you are struggling to maintain a good work life balance, you must read this post – 5 ways how employees can maintain better work-life balance in India.

Ebay has taken note of sellers’ woes in terms of logistics and has come up with Ebay Powership program which helps ebay sellers to sell their goods on Ebay without having to worry about logistics.

Linkedin privacy issues went from bad to worse. After leaking of user passwords, it has come to light that their mobile app sends user information to LinkedIn servers creating a breach of privacy.

Indian mobile users are increasingly preferring dual / multi sim phones, which not only help them have different numbers but also save cost of various mobile services.

Here are couple of interesting Infographics that we published last week:

Facebook has been in the eye of storm after their botched IPO. The questions are being raised if the Facebook Story is over?

According to an RTI filed by Software Freedom Law Center it has come to fore that DoT has not ordered blocking of sites like Vimeo, Pirate Bay, Pastebin & others.

This could be a breakthrough in Banking Industry – NCR corporation has come up with a Technology that allows users to withdraw money from ATM with use of mobile phone in 10 seconds. You don’t even need to touch the AT except for taking cash.

The much awaited Generic Domain Name application list was revealed by ICANN on 13th June. 18 Indian Companies have reserved 21 generic top level domain names.

Over 65% Indians lack Financial Literacy, one of the highest percentages in the world.

Olacabs becomes the first Indian company to launch a mobile app for real time cab hiring. Regular road travelers are sure to find this app very useful.

Rupee is hitting all-time lows very frequently – Here is how you can diminish the rupee downside.

Here is a overview of all the VC funding deals and M&A deals of previous week.

Keypoint Technologies has launched the latest version of Adaptxt, a versatile Android based keyboard, which allows predictive typing and has support for 3 Indian languages including Hinglish.

The B-School recruitments are seeing a different trend this time around – Startups and First Timers are taking lead in this years B-School recruitments.

If you are not inclined towards the traditional career choices of Engineering & Medical – Here are top 5 off-beat career choices that would change your life.

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