Big Tech’s commitment towards the BlackLivesMatter movement.

Big Tech’s commitment towards the BlackLivesMatter movement.

With the entire country at unrest from the decades of systemic oppression, millions of people have taken to the streets with peaceful protests, at the same time tech giants are also stepping up their efforts against the injustice that’s been going on for years.  Before starting off, I just wanna point out one thing, here’s…

Delivery of Non-Essential items restarts in Green and Orange zones…

Delivery of Non-Essential items restarts in Green and Orange zones…

After the MHA softens norms for lockdown, smartphone manufacturers have started taking orders. Poco is among the first few companies to start its sales of its X2 via Flipkart. However, the delivery solely depends on which zone you are. For people residing in Red zones, only essential items are to be delivered and for Orange…

Streaming services are reducing bandwidth in Europe

Streaming services are reducing bandwidth in Europe

WIth the increase in damage from the coronavirus all around the world, more people are “socially-distancing” themselves a.k.a self-quarantining which has increased internet usage all around the world and video streaming services are turning out to be the biggest part of the equation. But this increase also comes with it’s own sets of caveats especially…

Amazon’s Food Service ??

Amazon’s Food Service ??

In March 2010, Amazon was expected to enter India’s food delivery market from. This can be a big reason for Zomato and Swiggy to worry as Amazon is planning to expand its user base in India through this service. This service could be a part of Amazon’s Prime Now or Amazon Fresh Platform, as reported…