Indian Railways to get new integrated software for efficient data collection
The railways is firming up an integrated software, a first-of-its-kind for the national carrier, for data collection in fastest possible time. Various functions of the railways such as passenger reservation, movement of goods trains and asset management will be brought within the ambit of the software. Named as ‘One ICT’, the sophisticated software would cost about Rs 5,000 crore over the next five years and will cover the entire gamut of functional requirements of the railways, said...
Indian Railways to get new integrated software for efficient data collection
The railways is firming up an integrated software, a first-of-its-kind for the national carrier, for data collection in fastest possible time. Various functions of the railways such as passenger reservation, movement of goods trains and asset management will be brought within the ambit of the software. Named as ‘One ICT’, the sophisticated software would cost about Rs 5,000 crore over the next five years and will cover the entire gamut of functional requirements of the railways, said...
Indian Railways to get new integrated software for efficient data collection
The railways is firming up an integrated software, a first-of-its-kind for the national carrier, for data collection in fastest possible time. Various functions of the railways such as passenger reservation, movement of goods trains and asset management will be brought within the ambit of the software. Named as ‘One ICT’, the sophisticated software would cost about Rs 5,000 crore over the next five years and will cover the entire gamut of functional requirements of the railways, said...
Indian Railways to get new integrated software for efficient data collection
The railways is firming up an integrated software, a first-of-its-kind for the national carrier, for data collection in fastest possible time. Various functions of the railways such as passenger reservation, movement of goods trains and asset management will be brought within the ambit of the software. Named as ‘One ICT’, the sophisticated software would cost about Rs 5,000 crore over the next five years and will cover the entire gamut of functional requirements of the railways, said...
Indian Railways to get new integrated software for efficient data collection
The railways is firming up an integrated software, a first-of-its-kind for the national carrier, for data collection in fastest possible time. Various functions of the railways such as passenger reservation, movement of goods trains and asset management will be brought within the ambit of the software. Named as ‘One ICT’, the sophisticated software would cost about Rs 5,000 crore over the next five years and will cover the entire gamut of functional requirements of the railways, said...
2017 Nissan Terrano facelift launched; prices in India start from Rs 9.99 lakh
Nissan India has finally launched its facelifted Nissan Terrano SUV for 2017. The prices for the new and updated Terrano starts from Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Since this is a facelift, the changes to the external design and the interiors are minor. This would include new headlamps with LED DRLs and redesigned LED tail lamps. Inside the cabin, there is a refreshed look thanks to the new dual-tone layout that is now in black and brown shades. Everything else pretty-much remains the same. ...
Indians overwhelmingly prefer Phablets, with a 61 percent market share: Flurry Report
Usage of mobile applications in India grew 43% in 2016, with entertainment and finance categories witnessing highest traction, as per a study by Yahoo’s Flurry Analytics. “India’s app usage grew 43 per cent year on year. The India app usage grew at 92 per cent during the same period last year (2015),” the ‘State of the App Nation in India’ study said. Messaging and social apps remain one of the most engaged categories in Asia and India. Time spent on messaging...
Indian Railways will setup Wi-Fi kiosks at 500 railway stations
Aiming to provide connectivity in remote areas, Railways will set up Wi-Fi hotspot kiosks at about 500 stations and help people access an array of online services, including various government schemes. Christened as Railwire Saathi, the Wi-Fi kiosks will function like a PCO for Digital India and enable people to use services like e-commerce, online banking, offer them access to open school/university and insurance schemes, e-ticketing for train and bus services among others. Automated form filli...
Telecom ministry asks companies to link over 1 billion mobile numbers with Aadhaar
All existing subscribers of mobile services will have to go for Aadhaar-based re-verification soon, with the government instructing telecom operators to initiate the process. Cellular operators body COAI said its members may meet this week to discuss the modalities of rolling out the verification process for the existing one billion-plus mobile phone users. “…all licensees shall re-verify all existing mobile subscribers (prepaid and postpaid) through Aadhaar-based e-KYC process&hell...
Uber may be rethinking its strategy to lease cars to drivers in India
Global ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies is rethinking its car leasing strategy in India, its second-biggest market, as drivers have returned dozens of leased cars early after the company cut incentives, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Uber had planned to buy 15,000 new cars last year and lease them out in a bid to attract more drivers – a strategy it has used in other markets – but it suspended the scheme for a while in December after leasing just a third of that tot...
Cisco announces its first Made in India router
Reaffirming its commitment to investing further in the country, global networking giant Cisco on Thursday unveiled its first ‘Made in India’ router which can be used by small and medium businesses (SMBs) across multiple industries. Unveiled in the presence of IT and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, the router, which will cost less than $1,500, is one of the most popular products in Cisco’s core switching portfolio worldwide which is fundamental to network connectivity....
Apple’s plea gets rejected once again; Govt remains firm on its stand
Apple plea to seek concessions does not seem to working. According to a new report, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitaraman in the Rajya Sabha said, that the government has denied most of the demands of iPhone maker Apple. This is not the first and surely not the last time. Apple executives have been approaching the government time and again, seeking relaxations on customs duty on raw materials (called manufacturing and repair inputs), yield loss on inputs, components and capital e...
Cisco announces its first Made in India router
Reaffirming its commitment to investing further in the country, global networking giant Cisco on Thursday unveiled its first ‘Made in India’ router which can be used by small and medium businesses (SMBs) across multiple industries. Unveiled in the presence of IT and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, the router, which will cost less than $1,500, is one of the most popular products in Cisco’s core switching portfolio worldwide which is fundamental to network connectivity....
Apple’s plea gets rejected once again; Govt remains firm on its stand
Apple plea to seek concessions does not seem to working. According to a new report, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitaraman in the Rajya Sabha said, that the government has denied most of the demands of iPhone maker Apple. This is not the first and surely not the last time. Apple executives have been approaching the government time and again, seeking relaxations on customs duty on raw materials (called manufacturing and repair inputs), yield loss on inputs, components and capital e...
Cisco announces its first Made in India router
Reaffirming its commitment to investing further in the country, global networking giant Cisco on Thursday unveiled its first ‘Made in India’ router which can be used by small and medium businesses (SMBs) across multiple industries. Unveiled in the presence of IT and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, the router, which will cost less than $1,500, is one of the most popular products in Cisco’s core switching portfolio worldwide which is fundamental to network connectivity....
Apple’s plea gets rejected once again; Govt remains firm on its stand
Apple plea to seek concessions does not seem to working. According to a new report, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitaraman in the Rajya Sabha said, that the government has denied most of the demands of iPhone maker Apple. This is not the first and surely not the last time. Apple executives have been approaching the government time and again, seeking relaxations on customs duty on raw materials (called manufacturing and repair inputs), yield loss on inputs, components and capital e...
Cisco announces its first Made in India router
Reaffirming its commitment to investing further in the country, global networking giant Cisco on Thursday unveiled its first ‘Made in India’ router which can be used by small and medium businesses (SMBs) across multiple industries. Unveiled in the presence of IT and Electronics Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, the router, which will cost less than $1,500, is one of the most popular products in Cisco’s core switching portfolio worldwide which is fundamental to network connectivity....
Apple’s plea gets rejected once again; Govt remains firm on its stand
Apple plea to seek concessions does not seem to working. According to a new report, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitaraman in the Rajya Sabha said, that the government has denied most of the demands of iPhone maker Apple. This is not the first and surely not the last time. Apple executives have been approaching the government time and again, seeking relaxations on customs duty on raw materials (called manufacturing and repair inputs), yield loss on inputs, components and capital e...
Oppo F3 Plus Review: A bigger, better successor to the F1 Plus, but loses against the competition
Oppo took the selfie-smartphone craze up a notch last year when the company introduced its F1 Plus smartphone. It packed in average specifications that one would find in a budget smartphone, at a not-so budget price tag. Its saving grace was its construction, build quality, design and that front facing camera, which set new standards for the sub Rs 30,000 smartphone segment. While Oppo retained the good stuff from the F1 Plus in its successor, the F3 Plus, it also managed to bring in some improv...
OnePlus 3T Midnight Black Limited Edition to go on sale in India on 31 March
After putting out a teaser for what appeared to be a black OnePlus 3T smartphone, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has finally revealed that a special edition black variant of the 3T will come to India. The smartphone maker announced that it would launch a new Midnight Black Limited Edition OnePlus 3T in India on 31 March at 4PM, but you may not be able to get your hands on one. OnePlus is taking the ‘limited edition’ bit of the model name seriously, so this third Midnight Black fini...