Weekly Wrap-up: National Electronics Policy, Doing Business in India & more…


Here is a look at some of the buzzing articles that were published on Trak.in last week.

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Airtel has grown to surpass 250 million mobile subscriber mark worldwide, ranking it as the 4th biggest telecom operator in the world.

This is an interesting question and probably an inevitable one for the future – Are Operating Systems really that important in today’s browser oriented world?.

Aadhar card is now starting to gain importance as the real identification source. You can now get a new mobile connection, just by showing your Aadhar Card.

The Smart TV market in India is expected to reach Rs. 54000 crore by 2017. It is also expected that 50% of all the TVs in the market will be smart TVs.

If you want to start a E-commerce store, and do not have technical expertise to do it,  you must look at Izzonet.com, a platform that allows to build your own Ecommerce platform.

After Flipkart and Snapdeal, Infibeam has now announced launch of its online wallet. They have also launched an Aam Aadmi offer to go with it for this festive season.

Micromax has been in news recently with slew of launches, however, do you think it is on shaky ground in regards to Samsung.

World Bank has announced its annual “Doing Business” report and India has maintained its lowly 132nd position amongst 185 economies.

Do you know that one Indian startup has grown over 5000% over past 3 years. Here are the top 50 fastest growing Indian Technology companies.

Dhingana, a streaming Bollywood music platform has raised USD 7 million funding lead by Lightspeed Ventures and their existing investors.

Here are the Top technology predictions by Gartner for 2013 and beyond.

Can you name 3 Industries or verticals that have outlived their age due to our inertia and refusal to leave our comfort zones!

And here is something that you can laugh on… Thanks to the smart tv proliferation the Idiot boxes are getting smarter, but we are getting dumber!

Here is a look at growth of Tablet shipments worldwide. The growth has been one of slowest, in anticipation of new models and Economic instability.

Government has approved the National Electronics Policy that envisages Electronics to be a USD 400 billion Industry.

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