Rising manufacturing costs in China and Taiwan are compelling manufacturers to shift their manufacturing base to alternate markets, including India.
The acquisitions were part of MosChip's growth plans in the Internet of Things area.
Most bank apps do not allow retail payments, a situation Indian startup has set out to remedy using sound.
LeEco has partnered with Compal Electronics to open a smartphone manufacturing facility in Greater Noida with an initial investment of ₹33.53 crore.
Programmes are now being launched to bring technology in underprivileged classrooms and rural areas to promote alternative learning systems.
Services of mass consumption should also be included in 'merit' list to ensure prices of critical services do not lead to inflation.
The acquisition is a step towards Hero Electronix's goal of becoming an ₹7,000 crore global digital business.
AI-focused start-ups have been focusing their energies on the B2B side of things, but there are some that have tried to reach out to consumers.
The country trails behind China, the United States and Brazil in the number of total apps downloaded per year.
Despite its push to promote manufacturing via "Make in India," the country has yet to step up its native design mark game.