Desperate to both service proactive customers who are at stuck home and attract new ones, IT services companies have finally embraced the world of digital solutions.
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The firms that will get hit are market leaders Google Pay, Walmart's PhonePe, and new entrant and potential goliath, WhatsApp Pay. The ones that stand to gain? Paytm and Reliance Jio.
The seemingly innocuous 'rule' concerning digital media portends more troubling changes to come, say industry watchers, and will throttle creativity, and most importantly, muzzle the few, bold online news sites that dare to critique the government.
The 30% fee applied to in-app purchases as well as a virtual monopoly in many significant verticals by Google has incensed Indian entrepreneurs.
Facebook's inaction over hate speech videos that led to the Delhi riots has attracted widespread condemnation.
Over 90% of Indian techies in the US are upper-caste Indians and many of them are allegedly making life a living hell for Dalits, those who are classified as the lowest of the low in India, whose horrifying historical persecution has continued in the cradle of tech.
A dizzy spate of business launches and acquisitions have dominated the news, but what on earth is Amazon doing by trying to invest in Reliance?
The pandemic has further boosted the ascendant popularity of digital entertainment.