"The premium middle-weight segment is growing in India and is becoming more competitive. With the introduction of the R we strengthen our position in this category," Triumph Motorcycles India Business Head Shoeb Farooq said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Triumph Motorcycles drives in Street Triple R at Rs 8.84 lakh
We know that air pollution from traffic jams is harmful to people living in a city, causing all sorts of short- and long-term health problems for people who have to breathe the bad air. But one group of unexpected people is especially at risk, and more so in cities in the developing world with notably bad air: people driving in cars without air-conditioning. Drivers in poorer countries where air-conditioned cars aren’t common can be exposed to 80% more air pollution than if they had AC, just because they need to keep their windows down while driving. … [Read more...] about How much air pollution you’re exposed to in traffic depends on if you use air-conditioning or not
"Before they go on our store, all apps are reviewed against the same set of guidelines that are intended to protect customers and provide a fair and level playing field to developers. Our customers enjoy great apps and games from millions of developers, and gaming services can absolutely launch on the App Store as long as they follow the same set of guidelines applicable to all developers, including submitting games individually for review, and appearing in charts and search," it said in a recent statement. … [Read more...] about xCloud, Stadia… Why is Apple barring major gaming services from its App Store?
OnePlus has officially unveiled its Android 11-based Hydrogen OS in China. Hydrogen OS is OnePlus’ custom Android skin for the Chinese market that does not feature Google Play Services or Google apps. These new Hydrogen OS features are likely to get passed on to Oxygen OS -- the custom OnePlus Android skin that India and rest of the world gets. … [Read more...] about These Hydrogen OS 11 features could be available in OnePlus Oxygen OS 11 in India
The past few months have seen almost all businesses make dramatic shifts, and the same is true for venture investing. By April 1, I knew I’d been fooled. I had figured COVID-19 would be just a bump in the road for our portfolio companies across Southeast Asia. Lockdowns and other measures were disrupting life in countries from Malaysia to Vietnam, but the founders and CEOs of our firms expected things would bounce back to normal soon. And so did I, until the bad news and grim projections from overseas kept coming. The data points were adding up to a pattern which in no way looked like a V-shaped, or even U-shaped, global economic recovery. … [Read more...] about How my VC fund is helping our companies survive the pandemic