Wi-Fi has become an integral part of our daily lives


New Delhi: Now high speed Wi-Fi available in more than 1200 cities: Gopal Vittal says learn and entertain yourselves in your homes. We now need high speed internet at home for smart devices, studying and working. While Airtel Wi-Fi has historically had limited availability, Airtel has worked towards solving this problem and now we have high speed Wi-Fi available at present in 1200+ cities. This means that those of you who were unable to access high-speed internet will now be able to do so. As a mark of this capability,…

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Vi introduces new RadX plan for customers

Vi introduces new RadX plan

Lucknow: Vi introduces new RadX plan for postpaid customers; brings Netflix along with many offers.  Premium postpaid experience with unlimited data and integrated benefits like entertainment, dining, travel, security and priority services. Vi, the leading telecom service provider,  launched its new RadX plan for its postpaid customers, bringing the ultimate premium postpaid experience of unmatched connectivity along with many exclusive benefits. The revamped plan brings the iconic global streaming service provider – Netflix to its users, making entertainment even more fun for consumers. Under this partnership, Vi postpaid customers will…

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Airtel Announces Revised Mobile Tariffs

  Lucknow: Bharti Airtel (‘Airtel’) has maintained that the mobile Average Revenue per User (ARPU) needs to be upwards of INR 300, to enable a financially healthy business model for Telcos in India. We believe that this level of ARPU will enable the substantial investments required in network technology and spectrum and offer a modest return on capital. In this light, we welcome the announcements in the industry to repair tariffs. Airtel will also revise its mobile tariffs as indicated below, from July 3rd. We have ensured that there is…

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How is technology driving Retail Sector ?

Retail Sector

Lucknow: Technology has indeed been a major driver of the retail boom in recent years. Here are some key ways technology has impacted retail: E-commerce: The rise of e-commerce platforms has transformed the retail landscape, allowing businesses to reach global markets and consumers to shop conveniently from anywhere. Data Analytics: Retailers now use data analytics to understand consumer behavior, optimize pricing, personalize marketing efforts, and manage inventory more effectively. Artificial Intelligence: AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants enhance customer service by providing instant responses and personalized recommendations. Internet of Things (IoT):…

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Better technology making eyecare safer

Lucknow: Technology has indeed made significant advancements in improving eyecare. Here are some ways it’s helping: Digital Eye Strain Solutions: With more people using screens, technologies like blue light filters and ergonomic design features in devices help reduce eye strain. Telemedicine and Remote Monitoring: Telemedicine allows for remote consultations with eye specialists, enabling faster access to care, especially in rural or underserved areas. Advanced Diagnostic Tools: Devices like retinal scanners, optical coherence tomography (OCT), and automated refractors provide more accurate and early detection of eye conditions. Customized Corrective Lenses: Technologies…

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Tech is the new buzzword in medical parlance

Lucknow: Doctors are benefiting greatly from various tech gadgets that enhance patient care and streamline medical processes. Some notable examples include: Smartphones and Tablets: Used for accessing medical records, communication with patients and colleagues, and accessing medical apps for reference and diagnosis. Wearable Devices: Such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, which can monitor vital signs like heart rate, activity levels, and even sleep patterns. Telemedicine Tools: Platforms that allow doctors to conduct remote consultations and monitor patients remotely, improving access to healthcare. Medical Imaging Devices: Advanced imaging technologies like MRI,…

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IIT Kanpur Successfully Conducts Training Program on 5G/5G+


Kanpur– The Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IITK), a leading institute in the field of telecommunications, recently hosted a highly successful three-day training program on “Design and Development of 5G/5G+ Standards and Indigenous 5G Network” for officers from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Government of India. The program, organised in collaboration with NTIPRIT and TEC, DoT, provided a comprehensive overview of 5G technology and its future advancements, with a special focus on India’s indigenous 5G network development. The training program was spearheaded by Prof. Rohit Budhiraja from the Department of…

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India’s next big tech boom is coming

Lucknow: India is on the cusp of its next major tech boom, with several key areas poised for significant growth in 2024 and beyond. Generative AI: India is rapidly embracing generative AI (GenAI), with projections indicating that this sector could add between $359 billion and $438 billion to the country’s GDP by 2030. Over 650,000 employees are expected to undergo GenAI training, reflecting a strong commitment to integrating AI across various industries, including healthcare, retail, and agriculture​ (Deloitte United States)​​ (Business World)​. Semiconductors: The semiconductor industry is another major focus,…

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Can India win the cryptocurrency gamble ?

Mumbai: India’s potential to succeed in the cryptocurrency space is multifaceted and hinges on several factors, including regulatory clarity, technological infrastructure, public adoption, and global market dynamics. Here’s an analysis of the prospects and challenges India faces in the cryptocurrency sector: Prospects for India in the Cryptocurrency Space Large Market and Demographic Advantage: Young Population: India has a young, tech-savvy population eager to adopt new technologies, including cryptocurrencies. Remittances: Cryptocurrencies can streamline remittances, reducing costs and increasing efficiency for the large Indian diaspora. Technological Infrastructure: IT Expertise: India is a…

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Tech driven EVs keep the car enthusiast glued

Lucknow: India’s automotive market in 2024 is witnessing significant advancements in technology-driven cars, particularly with a strong focus on electric vehicles (EVs) and connected car technologies. Here are some notable developments: Electric Vehicles (EVs) Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular in India due to rising environmental concerns and government incentives. Some of the prominent EV models available in 2024 include: Tata Tigor EV: Priced at approximately ₹12.49 lakh, it offers a range of 315 km per charge and a fast charging time of 59 minutes​ (ZigWheels.com)​. BYD Seal: This luxury…

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