WorkIndia has raised undisclosed funding from BEENEXT, a Singapore-based early stage technology fund. The funds will be utilized towards enhancing the technology product for automating the employer-employee matching process.
Just days after announcing their plans to launch its own digital wallet services in a bid to make its presence in the payments space , Amazon India has applied for a semi-closed wallet licence with the RBI. The license has been filed under Amazon Online Distribution Services (AODS), a subsidiary of Amazon Asia Pacific Resources.
The Allahabad high court bench, comprising Justice Tarun Agarwal and Justice VK Mishra, has imposed a fine of Rs 2 lakh on the Uttar Pradesh commercial tax department for wrongly attaching a bank account of Flipkart in a purported attempt at tax recovery.
From today you’ll be able to choose from Uber or Ola cab services. If you have a provider’s app installed, you’ll be able to see fare estimates and pick up times and if a car is available near you. The new feature will be available on Android devices and will be soon launched in iOS.
Uber’s President of business in Asia Eric Alexander in a recent interview has revealed Uber’s growth plans and strategy with local partners to enhance performance. He stated that India and China are the two fastest growing markets for Uber and in India the business is growing 40% month on month.
In an annual security roundup report submitted by Trend Micro 2015 Threat Report, which dissects the most significant security incidents from 2015. One of the top activities noted included English language emerging as the highest spam sending language in 2015 with 84.1%, followed by Chinese (2.6%) and German (1.7%).
After Honeytraps, Pakistani Intelligence has resorted to mobile apps on Android to snoop on Indian defence personals. The Army had in February 2016 warned its personnel against downloading WeChat, Smesh and Lime applications and asked them to switch off location notification on phones in operational areas.
FlipClass , an education start-up that operates a marketplace for home tutors, on Monday announced that it has raised $1 million in funding from S. Chand and Co. Pvt. Ltd, a publisher of textbooks and provider of online educational content, and venture firm Blume Ventures.