Weekly Wrap-up: Aakash 4 Price, Amazon.in, Snapdeal investment & More…


Here is a quick wrap-up of some of the buzzing posts that we published on trak.in last week.Trak.in weekly news wrap-up

Indian Minister of State for IT & Communications, Mr Milind Deora, used Google Hangouts platform to discuss and field questions from people across the world in regards to “Future of Information Technology & Communications”.

Aakash 4 specifications are being finalized currently and the tender for same will be out soon. However, now Aakash tablet will cost in the range of Rs. 3000, because there will be no tax exemptions this time unlike previous versions.

Vine, a popular Short Video creating and sharing Mobile App has arrived on Google Play Store. Android users give it a try, you will love it!

Ebay is the lead investor in USD 50 Million round of funding in Snapdeal. The investment also entitles a multi-year commercial partnership with Snapdeal.

Japan has approached India to offer its Bullet Train Technology. They have gone to extent of giving USD 1.0 Billion in the form of loan for its implementation in India.

11 month old Indian real-estate Startup housing.co.in has secured USD 2.5 million funding from Nexus Venture Partners. This is one startup to watch out for!

Amazon has launched its own Indian Marketplace – Amazon.in . Here is everything that you will need to know about it…

PCs are going out of favour for many due to the rise in the popularity of Tablets. However, PC manufacturers like Sony are re-inventing Laptops to counter Tablet growth.

MySmartPrice.com did a comparative study on the online book pricing on various online stores including Amazon. Flipkart & Amazon both come out winners!

Blackberry Q10 has been launched in India for Rs. 44990. What commands this kind of ridiculous pricing for a Blackberry Phone. The post looks at whether it is even worth half the price.

Indian Internet Traffic is expected to rise fiercely over next 4-5 years. In fact, it will jump nearly 6.5 times with average traffic reaching 8tbps by 2017.

Everyone is currently talking about Wearable Computing and how it will change our lives. But, here is a counter-view, which puts across the fact that it may not really catch on…

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