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GUEST COLUMN: How Artificial Intelligence is transforming the world of digital marketing

Mumbai: From Siri to Tesla Car, and Google AI to Alexa, Artificial Intelligence is now impacting every aspect of our lives. It is designed and programmed in a way to mimic and think like a human being. With data as the new oil in the marketing world, intelligence will be needed to derive meaningful...

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JioPhone Next rollout to commence before Diwali

Mumbai: The launch of the much-awaited affordable smartphone, JioPhone Next being jointly designed by Jio and Google is in advanced trials and will commence before Diwali, the company announced on Friday. Jio said they have made considerable progress towards launching the made-for-India smartphone...

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Nykaa onboards Shilpa Jain as AVP, consumer & market insights

Mumbai: Omnichannel beauty retailer Nykaa has brought on board Shilpa Jain as associate vice president (AVP), consumer & market insights.

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Google, Jio unveil affordable smartphone JioPhone Next

KOLKATA: Reliance Industries Limited (RIL)’s telecom arm Jio democratised internet usage in India in 2016 with the launch of affordable 4G connections. The company did not limit itself to just telecom after its humongous success but transformed itself into a technology platform. Over the last year...

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Bolo Indya temporarily removed from Google Playstore

New Delhi: Google has temporarily removed home-grown social media app Bolo Indya from Playstore following a copyright complaint made by music giant T-Series. The live-streaming platform has around 70 lakh users.

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