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India is a cash economy – and everyone knows this. Venture capitalists see a huge opportunity and are investing in companies that provide financial services for the over 1 billion people in India. I have written last year about the numerous payment related companies that are working in India. The government of India has undertaken many initiatives from its side to wean people away from cash – let us leave the politics aside – GoI has tried to jumpstart digital transactions through demonetization of ₹500 and ₹1000 currencies last year and are promoting digital platforms like UPI which integrates AADHAAR…

Over the last decade and half I have moved between various platforms to manage the digital media I have. First it was simple folders in an external hard drive to store all the movies, tv shows, music, pictures and home videos…

Yes, Apple’s AppStore has been a phenomenal success with over 2 million apps for iOS and $50 Billion payouts made till June ’16. It has certainly democratized software buying, simplified distribution and improved update rates. Anyone who has ever written…

Few years back, no one in Microsoft ecosystem would have dreamed these will happen. I for one, certainly didn’t see it coming. In the last one year under CEO Satya Nadella there has been in waves of change at Microsoft. I am loving these! Last week, Microsoft released an unified mail app for iOS and Android. The apps allows you to connect your Microsoft Exchange Server, Office 365 subscription, Hotmail (Outlook.com) accounts. Apart from those the mail app supports Google Gmail, Yahoo mail and Apple iCloud. There is great Calendar, Contacts (People), Files (Onedrive.com & Dropbox) integration as well. I…

I have written 8 years back on the Password Manager I use was KeePass. I continue to use till day and love it. KeePass is a popular open source password management software, it allows you to securely store your username,…