Weekly Wrap-up: Nokia Bounce back, Olympic Games & more…
Here is a look at all the buzzing posts that were published on trak.in last week.
MBA’s have become so common now – so many of them have it, but the question really is – Do you really need an MBA?
Here is a great case study as to how marketing newsletter and e-mailers take unsuspecting consumers for a ride. They project mails as coming from a reputed brand, which in reality it is not!
Google has partnered with NIIT to launch Google Web Academy where students will be taught development on Google Technologies.
The Olympic Games are currently on – Here is a journey of Indians in Olympics since Post-Independence.
Although, Government has announced exemption of Tax return filing for people earning Rs. 5 Lakh or less, there are lot of riders attached to it. Infact, majority of them may not be eligible for same.
An overview of all the funding, PE and VC deals that happened over the previous week.
Here is a very intriguing statistic – Only 20% of all Indian engineers possess language skills for Business Writing & Client Interaction!
Indian Income Tax department has launched 2 new initiatives – Home Visits & Online Tax Help – that will help citizens to file their taxes.
Online ticketing has become a big business in India – Yet another Bus Ticketing company, Ticketgoose.com, received VC funding last week.
Google has launched a awesome new feature for its search engine – Scientific Math Calculator. Give it a try, it is really great!
Microsoft’s new incubator program in India – Microsoft Accelerator, has shortlisted 11 Indian startups. Here is a look at all 11 of them.
If you are an Android user, you should download these top 5 Android apps to follow all the Olympic events.
Here is the list of toughest entrance tests in India for getting into higher studies.
Tencent’s social messaging app, WeChat, which has raked over 100 million downloads worldwide, has been officially launched in India.
Large Global Tech companies’ like Microsoft, Facebook & Amazon are betting big on India. They are aggressively hiring and leasing real estate space in cities of Hyderabad and Bangalore!
Here is one of the most discussed post of last week – Can Nokia Bounce back? – Which discusses various scenarios on it can be done.
Here is a look at how various mobile devices access trak.in and comparative analysis on which device generates maximum revenue for publisher.