Weekly Recap : Nokia’s End of Asha; Hike Vs. WhatsApp [and more]

We announced an IoT (Internet of Things) meetup with IBM. This is part of #BigConnect wherein we will connect corporates/enterprises and startups
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The NextBigWhat team is happy to announce the next edition of mobile conference, bigMobility [Sep 13th/Bangalore]. We continue to build on amazing content and actionable insights.

IoT Meetup

We announced an IoT (Internet of Things) meetup with IBM. This is part of #BigConnect wherein we will connect corporates/enterprises and startups. The #IBM BigConnect is on July 22nd (Bangalore) and July 24th (Mumbai) and is invite-only (free to attend). Apply for your invite here.

Weekly Recap : Editorially Curated.

In case if you missed out on catching up with great pieces that were published on NextBigWhat, here goes the curated version.recap

You Know You Are A Brand When.

Dear E-Tailer/E-Trader/E-Seller, Here’s ONE Metric You Should Watch

These 35+ Aged Entrepreneurs Don’t Get this!

Wishberg [Team] Joins Freecharge. Great Effort, Guys

Why Secret App’s $25mn Funding Is A Good News For Quora [Atleast in India]

Twitter App Install Ads : Does It Deliver?

Finding An Auto Gets Easy in Delhi Using PoochO Mobile App [GovTech]

Amazon Brings #AmazonCart to India; Now Add to Amazon Cart From Twitter

Funding

TravelTriangle : INR 10 Crores; NewsInShorts : Seed Round; Capillary : $14mn; UrbanLadder : $21mn

Gadgets

Nokia’s End of Hope : Asha And Nokia X Will Be Discontinued.

Jolla is launching in India.

Xiaomi Goes For a Kill. 14K is the new 35K

Data & Trends

Hike Tops the App Charts in India; Crosses 20 Million Mark

Almost 30% of Our Users Use Bargain Feature : Paytm

Tech Talk

Exploring Gmail API : Building A Gmail Alternative [And Loads of Ideas]

5 Things You Need To Know About Asia’s first ‘IoT’ Hub in Bangalore

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