Monthly Archives: March, 2022

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Explained: The Evolution of Sustainable and Green Finance Part – 1

Earlier this year, we wrote about ESG goals and how they can impact businesses' success (Suggested Reading: ESG Goals, Social Innovation, and Startup Trends That...

Apple Can Soon Launch iPhone Subscription

iPhone Subscription could soon be a new way for us to own an Apple device without emptying our bank accounts in one go. No,...

Tesla Could Soon Replace Lithium with Sodium-ion Batteries

Researchers from the United States have made a critical discovery that has the potential to make sodium-ion batteries significantly safer and cheaper compared to...

Dumb Devices are Making a Come Back Across Industries

The popularity of dumb devices, no-frills, and cheaper smartphone alternatives are witnessing a steady rise. According to a Counterpoint Research report, the feature phone segment...

BiggBang: Best Coworking Space in Chandigarh Launches with a Bang

BiggBang is a newly launched coworking space in Chandigarh for freelancers, nomads, startups, and fully developed businesses of all types and sizes. BiggBang coworking...

Big Tech Companies are Now Becoming Big Banks

Earlier this week, the US tech giant Apple acquired Credit Kudos, a UK open banking startup that helps banks and lenders make better decisions...

The Indian Crypto Space is Evolving for Better

Last month, we discussed the surge of crypto mining centers in the United States prompted by the ban on cryptocurrencies and mining in Russia and China....

Mercedes’ New Plan Could Set a Precedent for Autonomous Car Liability

In operation, Mercedes' new Drive Pilot appears to be similar to many other "traffic jam assistant" solutions available on the market. A Drive Pilot-equipped...

The Need for Mainstreaming the Indian Ayurvedic Market

The Indian Ayurvedic market was one of the industries that seemed to be thriving during the pandemic. Dabur India reported more than 50% of...

Autonomous Shipping Yards are Ramping Up Globalization Efforts

The new Tuas Port in Singapore is on its way to becoming one of the world's largest autonomous shipping yards.  The completion of the one-quarter...

Digital Identities For Everyone and Their Ramifications – Part 2/2

This article is the second part of our previous story, We May Soon Have Global Digital Identities. Although you can skip reading part one, we...

We May Soon Have Global Digital Identities – Part 1/2

The United Kingdom government has announced plans to establish new legislation to manage the advent of digital identities for use in modern society in...