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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


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

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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


「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。



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