Google says no to stealing images and Oracle bets big on data centresTeam YS
Announcing a seemingly minor tweak through a Tweet, Google said it will remove the View Image button, reports Binjal Shah. This is evidently the company's effort to curb direct saving of images that users often resort to.
Oracle is making heavy investments in its cloud infrastructure with the addition of 12 new data centre locations around the world, finds Vishal Krishna. Analysts say Oracle, which is entrenched in the enterprise space, will use this data centre expansion to help enterprises leverage the power of the cloud.
GraduFund offers AI-based, hassle-free micro-financing and career guidance to graduates through web and mobile platforms, finds Libza Mannan. It has partnered with financiers, educators, and merchants to provide funding for higher education, making it more accessible and affordable.
Blockchain technology startup XinFin aims to bridge the trade and finance deficit by developing hybrid Blockchain solutions for clients across industries such as banking, finance, human resources, aviation, supply chain, and IT services, says Sohini Mitter. XinFin also operates TradeFinex — a peer-to-peer marketplace Blockchain platform for industries, government bodies, trade unions, and professionals.
From ensuring the safety of Thai sex workers, to customers like the Piramal Group, Saudi Arabia-based delivery and transportation company TmmmT Tech, and Canada-based order management company RoseRocket, SaaS startup HyperTrack offers a suite of location and movement-based tools says Radhika P Nair.
(L-R): HyperTrack's Chief Product Officer Abhishek Poddar, CEO Kashyap Deorah and Head of Engineering Prajakt Deolasee