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All the new health & fitness features coming to iOS 13 & watchOS 6

The Health app Launching the Health app, it looks immediately different from that seen in iOS 12. No longer do four tabs span the bottom —they have been replaced with only two for Summary and Browse. Summary View The Summary view brings all relevant information to the front, populated by the health metrics you track. This can be dependant on what ... Read More »

RIP: Google+ is officially dead as Google pulls the plug on consumer accounts

It’s official. About eight years after it’s debut, Google has officially pulled the plug on its social network, Google+. We’ve known for quite some time that today would mark the end of Google+, and mid-day on April 2nd, the company pulled the plug on the network’s consumer version. If you head over to plus.google.com right now, you’ll no longer be greeted with ... Read More »

The Real Reason Sales and Marketing Teams Use AI

Did you know that only one percent of cold calls even lead to an appointment, according to a popularly cited study by Baylor University’s Keller Center for Research? The problem with cold calling is that it lacks a personal touch. Most of the time, the sales rep doesn’t offer anything the customer wants, because they don’t know what they want. You may ... Read More »

Here’s why the demand for diversity is driving digital marketing success

American society isn’t just more diverse than it’s ever been – that diversity is now highly visible. More than ever, consumers are demanding marketing that pays attention to representation and shows the American public as it is: A huge and varied spectrum of races, bodies, genders and socioeconomic classes. It’s understandable that some companies are struggling with these new standards – after all, things ... Read More »

Production Cuts, Job Losses on the Cards for Slowing Auto Industry

After denting the auto sector’s profitability, the consumption slowdown along with the upcoming shift to BS-VI standards will further decelerate production, leading to eventual job losses. Industry insiders point out that slowdown, which is a culmination of high GST tax rates, farm distress, stagnant wages, and liquidity constraints, has led to the month-on-month sales de-growth. Besides, inventory pile-up at the ... Read More »

The case against job quotas for locals

Nativism, the cry for job protection of locals, is rearing its head again in India. The newly elected government of Andhra Pradesh has just passed the Andhra Pradesh Employment of Local Candidates in the Industries/Factories Bill, 2019. As per this law, 75% of jobs in industries are to be reserved for locals. Madhya Pradesh is mulling over a similar law. ... Read More »

You are what you watch? The social effects of watching television

NEW YORK — Other than sleeping and working, Americans are more likely to watch television than engage in any other activity. A wave of new social science research shows that the quality of shows can influence us in important ways, shaping our thinking and political preferences, even affecting our cognitive ability. In this so-called golden age of television, some critics ... Read More »

Signed, sealed, Delhivered: ET Startup Awards 2019 zeroes in on the best of Indian startups

ET Startup Awards Jury: Standing (L-R): Ashish Hemrajani, Satyan Gajwani, Sriharsha Majety, Rahul Mehta, Sachin Bansal, Ritesh Agarwal; Sitting (L-R): Renuka Ramnath, Uday Kotak, Amitabh Kant, Dilip Khandelwal BENGALURU: Logistics and supply chain services company Delhivery won top honours at India’s biggest awards for startups, joining peers distinguished by technical and entrepreneurial prowess. A distinguished jury led by Uday Kotak, managing director and chief executive ... Read More »

Jony Ive made the entire tech world care about design

I love industrial design and have for as long as I can remember. As a child, I broke my dad’s Braun electric razor playing with the dial that raised and lowered the blades because the action was so cool and “clicky.” At school, I dreamed of being either a product designer or an architect. Those dreams were dashed when I ... Read More »

The week in social media| Chatter

hame The first day of the first session of Parliament saw the swearing-in of MPs, but Rahul Gandhi only showed up at four in the afternoon. Perhaps he wanted to avoid the love-in for the prime minister, the chants of Modi, Modi’ resounding through the hall. Predictably, Pragya Thakur’s induction met with protests. She took her oath in Sanskrit and ... Read More »