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India's Housing.com Fires Its Maverick CEO Who Gave Away His Shares

It’s funny how things can change quickly. Just two months ago, Rahul Yadav, the young co-founder of CEO of SoftBank-backed Housing.com, was heralded as a role model… 378 more words

Asia

Apple for the Ears

Attention, Apple Users! Music streaming service ‘Apple Music’ didn’t just go live in the US, but in India too!  Check out a free trial of 3 months on the app, and then pay Rs 120 a month if you like it! 135 more words

Chai Time

What Interests Alibaba And Foxconn About SoftBank's Robot Subsidiary?

China Tech News — Alibaba Group announced that the company and Taiwan-based Foxconn have made strategic investments of JPY14.5 billion, which is about CNY732 million, into SoftBank Robotics Holdings Corporation.  29 more words

China

「IBM Watsonはおいしい味がしそう?」 ソフトバンクモバイルが探る、コグニティブ・コンピューティングの活用シーン [ #cbajp ]

日本IBMとソフトバンクテレコム(編集注:4月1日にソフトバンクモバイルと合併し、現社名はソフトバンクモバイル)は、2015年2月、IBM Watsonの日本における開発と市場導入に関して、戦略的提携に合意した。Watsonは、世界で初めてコグニティブ・コンピューティング技術を商用化したもの。クラウドを基盤として、大規模なデータを分析。自然言語で投げかけられた複雑な質問を解釈し、根拠に基づいた回答を提案する。

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Business

Japanese SoftBank Invests $20 Million in India Solar Project

Japanese telecom company SoftBank in partnership with Taiwan s Foxconn and India s Bharti Enterprises will invest $2o million in solar projects in India. The investment project aims to generate 20 gigawatts of energy via solar and wind power plants. 6 more words

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Japan's Softbank to Invest $20 Billion in Solar-Energy Projects in India

The Japanese telecoms giant Softbank has announced plans to invest around $20 billion in solar-energy-power projects in India, joining forces with the country’s Bharti Enterprises and Taiwan’s Foxconn as the Indian government targets a massive expansion in the country’s solar output from some 3 gigawatts today to 100 gigawatts by 2022. 242 more words

SoftBank, Foxconn mulls electronic manufacturing joint venture for India

NEW DELHI: Japan-based telecom and Internet major SoftBank Corp and Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group are in talks to form a joint venture for electronics manufacturing in India, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make-in-India’ push helps the country to become an attractive alternative to China as a manufacturing base.   47 more words

India