A cashless society could easily be the utopia of our times. Over the last few weeks, we have mentioned many new and upcoming technologies that are changing the way we do banking. Be it the cards, Near Field Communication Technology (NFC), Augmented Reality (AR) or Face Recognition, technology in various forms is constantly transforming our . . .
Hand over a 100 or 500 note to someone in India. Take a step back and just pause for a few minutes before the final transaction can take place. This is because the first thing that they would most probably do is examine your note closely and carefully to make sure it's genuine. And this would be completely justifiable.
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Credit is one of life's great Catch-22s
Let's say you're fresh out of college and have taken up your first job and want to get your first credit card. You dutifully fill out the forms and wait for the reply, only to find out a few weeks later that you've been rejected. Why? Because you don't have credit history. . . .
AR: An enhanced version of reality
Augmented Reality (AR) is a method of enhancing and improving your view of the real world using different technologies. It allows you to transform your physical environment with computer-generated sensory inputs such as graphics, sound, video or GPS data. Your gadget here becomes a 3D content . . .
There has been a massive stream of positive waves, thanks to a majority government at the centre. And the expectations from the new government has triggered a positive sentiment amongst the investor and business community. Add to this, India being amongst the leaders in GDP growth as compared to other developing nations and a young population . . .