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India's green car plan prioritises electric vehicles over hybrids

India's most influential government think-tank has recommended lowering taxes and interest rates for loans on electric vehicles.


Majority use desktops over smartphones to browse e-commerce sites: report

India may have crossed the 300 million mark in smartphone users but when it comes to online shopping, Indian consumers still prefer desktops as the first device for browsing e-commerce platforms.


Large fries? Extra sauce? Why McDonald’s wants to track all your dining habits

You know a lot about McDonald’s, but McDonald’s doesn’t know much about you. At least not yet.


In Google’s fight with Uber, everyone loses: opinion

Uber is currently in trouble for, well, a lot of things, but one particularly problematic thing is the claim that the ride-hailing company acquired trade secrets stolen from Waymo. It’s also a case where Uber isn’t the one behaving badly.


Upcoming video game releases: Persona 5, Bulletstorm

Given international reach after an immense Japanese debut, Persona 5 is already a contender for end-of-year awards.


Uber’s hasty drive toward growth put diversity in the backseat

Efforts to hire more women and people of colour at Uber Technologies Inc have been long hindered by a peculiar constraint: members of the recruiting team were denied access to information about the company’s diversity makeup.


GM eyes autonomous future as it sells Opel

The move by US auto giant General Motors to offload money-losing European brand Opel marks its latest effort to focus on more profitable markets and autonomous driving technology.


Uber-like bad behaviour thrives in absence of Human Resources

In the latest episode of Tech Bros Behaving Badly, former Uber engineer Susan Fowler says she was propositioned by her boss and denied advancement because of her gender.


Self-driving cars will drive down insurance costs

According to new Aon data, one of the big consequences of self-driving cars' life-saving capabilities, could be big money savings in the form of lower insurance premiums.


Expert shortage hampers Japanese financials in blockchain race

Japanese financial firms risk falling behind on the world stage as efforts to adopt blockchain technology are hamstrung by a dearth of specialists.