Google announces second batch of startups under Launchpad Accelerator programme in India

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New Delhi: Google on Tuesday announced the second batch of 10 startups, which will be part of its Launchpad Accelerator mentorship programme in India. Launchpad

Digital ad-fraud in India at $1.63 billion in 2018: Report

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Gurugram: The digital ad-fraud in India has grown to $1.63 billion in 2018, which is 8.7 per cent of the global total, said a report

Twitter starts showing billing details for political ads

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With social media turning out to be a major battleground for political parties in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Twitter has started to show billing

Pluto is travel insurance aimed at millennials

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Pitched as “travel insurance for people who don’t like insurance,” U.K.-based Pluto Insurance is officially launching today with an online travel insurance product targeting millennials.

Investing app Stash raises $65M, launches banking and ‘stock-back’ rewards with Green Dot

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Stash, the fintech startup and app that aims to introduce new people to the world of investing, is unveiling some interesting new services while also

Truepill, the ‘AWS for pharmacies,’ gets $10M from Initialized Capital

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Venture capitalists’ latest on-demand delivery bet is in the pharmaceutical space. Truepill, an online pharmacy powering delivery for the likes of Hims, Nurx, LemonAID and

Goalsetter gives parents a way to teach their kids how to save money

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When the bubble burst in the year 2000, Tanya Van Court lost over $1 million in stock and options over the course of a few

Mozilla launches its free, encrypted file-sharing service, Firefox Send

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Firefox Send, Mozilla’s free, encrypted file-transfer service, is officially launching to the public today following its debut as a “Test Pilot” experiment back in August

Harvard-MIT initiative grants $750K to projects looking to keep tech accountable

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Artificial intelligence, or what passes for it, can be found in practically every major tech company and, increasingly, in government programs. A joint Harvard-MIT program

Uber agrees to pay drivers $20 million to settle independent contractor lawsuit

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At a time when the gig economy is under heavy scrutiny around its practices of classifying workers as 1099 independent contractors, IPO-bound Uber has officially