With the iPhone 14, Apple is outsourcing manufacturing to India

With the iPhone 14, Apple is outsourcing manufacturing to India Apple sought to revaluate its manufacturing structure and spread out its factories. The Cupertino, California, firm announced its intention to mitigate geopolitical risks to supply efficiency by building production sites outside China in a news release issued on Tuesday, August…

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Net neutrality in India

The Indian regulator, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), has adopted on November 28, 2017 a series of recommendations reinforcing the neutrality of the net. The terms chosen are very close to the 2015 European regulation ensuring an open internet. The recommandations prohibit blocking, degrading, slowing down or giving…

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Tez, the ultrasonic mobile payment solution by Google in India

  In September, Google entered into the Indian payment space by releasing it’s new application called « Tez », which means « fast » in Indian. Google decided to attack the Asian payment market, where mobiles aren’t as developped as in our countries, where the NFC technology is the norm. The application wants to…

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Delivery reinvented: Amazon is testing drones in India

What do you think about getting your parcel 90 minutes after you placed your order online? ? It may become a common way to send parcels in few years according to Amazon. The online retailer presented “Prime Air” in December 2013, its new delivery service by drone. The system will be soon tested in India.

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India is the perfect test area for commercial drones:
A lot of obstacles were in Amazon’s way in December 2013, when they presented their new idea. These impediments were mostly present  on the legal side. In the United States or other countries,  there are strict regulations regarding to remote controlled pilotless aircrafts.
Strict rules foresee that each drone needs federal approval to be allowed to flight. Hence, it is not possible to test it in the US for now. That’s why Amazon decided to launch the test phase in India. India is attractive because the country has fewer regulations on the unmanned aerial devices. The e-commerce giant wants to begin in Mumbai and Bangalore, where its warehouses are located. (suite…)

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