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    Smart Home Technology

    There are chances that you might have heard these commands, even used them at least once over the past few years. They are two of the most commonly used commands for Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant, the most acclaimed artificially intelligent assistants available in the market, respectively.

    The Jio Empire

    Once criticized for its way of operations, today, JIO is clearly enunciating it's worth and tremendous potential. In the end, we can only imagine the future JIO holds for itself and the stakeholders (including India itself). The cards have been dealt, the stakes are as high and now there is no going back.

    Trell: Indian Tiktok

    “Trell” developed in India by a company with the same name and now situated in Bengaluru has hit the market with a great thump. Developed in 2016, the main idea behind the application was to share the local and interesting knowledge for people who are not into blogging.

    Episode 7: Amazon

    Amazon has brought laurels in the fields of e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming and artificial intelligence.

    Episode 6: Google

    Even after the nation-wide lockdown was imposed in India, Google’s stocks continued to follow the same trend. It was not until April 29th that the company’s performance rose yet again and the decline proved to be less severe than feared by the markets.

    Episode 5: Netflix

    During the pre-lockdown period the company had been witnessing extraordinary cash flow burn. The major reason being the production of original content by the company.

    Episode 4: Grofers

    One such emerging on demand start-up is Gurgaon based Grofers, which not only connects customers with nearby retail stores, but also promises to deliver grocery within 90 minutes.

    Episode 3: Zoom Video Communications

    Founded by Eric Yuan in 2011, Zoom Video Communications, Inc. is a US-based Communications technology company.

    Episode 2: DMart

    DMart is India’s most profitable supermarket chain known for its thrifty cost structure. The efficient cost management allows them to offer their products at a cheaper rate and the inventory moves so fast that the stores place monthly orders for fresh stock, the shortest period among all Indian retailers.

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