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Monthly Archives: October 2020

Apple One Launched in India, Other Markets

Apple One Launched in India, Other Markets   Apple One, the bundle of Apple Inc’s paid online services launched on October 30. The Apple One Bundle combines Apple’s news, music, video and cloud storage offerings, putting it in fiercer competition with music rivals such as Spotify Technology SA and television content rivals Netflix Inc, Walt Disney Co and AT&T Inc’s HBO. Apple in September also announced a paid fitness service called Apple Fitness+ that competes for the first time with some elements

Tim Cook Reveals: Apple One Launch Date Set for October 30

Tim Cook Reveals: Apple One Launch Date Set for October 30   Apple One, the bundle of Apple Inc’s paid online services is set to launch today, Chief Executive Tim Cook informed in an interview to Reuters. The Apple One Bundle combines Apple’s news, music, video and cloud storage offerings, putting it in fiercer competition with music rivals such as Spotify Technology SA and television content rivals Netflix Inc, Walt Disney Co and AT&T Inc’s HBO. Apple in September also announced a

Women Safety on Priority: Vodafone Idea Foundation launches MyAmbar App

Women Safety on Priority: Vodafone Idea Foundation launches MyAmbar App   The CSR arm of Vodafone Idea limited, Vodafone Idea Foundation in partnership with Nasscom foundation, Sayfty Trust and UN Women has launched a new app for women called “MyAmbar” (meaning my sky). A solution designed and developed especially for women empowerment and their safety. The app is currently available only on Android in Hindi and English languages. Commenting on the launch of the app, P. Balaji, Chief Regulatory and Corporate Affairs Officer,

BMW vs. DMW: A Fight between Well-Known Mark and an Ordinary Person Mark

BMW vs. DMW: A Fight between Well-Known Mark and an Ordinary Person Mark   • Introduction As Trademarks play a vital role in allowing individuals as well as businesses to maintain the quality and helps them to distinguish their goods and services from that of another. The logo, symbols and words relating to a specific brand are etched into the minds of customers by persistent goodwill and steady delivery of high-quality products over a time span in the market which creates a unique identity

Burger fight between fast food titans: Mc Donald’s wars Hungry Jack

Burger fight between fast food titans: Mc Donald’s wars Hungry Jack   McDonald’s isn’t loving it! As the Australian Burger Titan Hungry Jack has introduced a lookalike burger “Big Jack” which is identical to McDonald’s “Big Mac”. Since 1973 McDonald’s “Big Mac” has been an iconic burger with beef, salad, cheese onions, and pickles, it has a particular sauce and a seamless layering making it distinct in both appearance and taste. Whereas, Billionaire Jack Cowin started Hungry Jack in 1971 as Burger King’s

Telegram: Pirates of the Intellectual Property

Telegram: Pirates of the Intellectual Property   It was in 1990s, when the Multiplex Screen in India put the small theater or single screen out of business. And now, in this COVID-19 pandemic when all the Multiplexes and movie theaters are closed for more than six months the Over the top (OTT) platform has taken the market and Filmmakers are opting to release their movies on OTT platforms. However, during this pandemic when the OTT Platforms attract a huge number of viewers

PM Modi’s “Innovate, Patent, Produce and Prosper” Mantra

PM Modi’s “Innovate, Patent, Produce and Prosper” Mantra   “Innovation is the key to realizing the dream of New India,” says PM Modi. He urged the scientific community to lead India on the path of Innovation and Prosperity. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, inaugurating the 107th India Science Congress (ISC) said, “India’s growth story will depend on science and technology sector and there is a need to transform this sector; Motto for youngsters must be to Innovate, Patent, Produce and Prosper.” Examining the key areas

Raise your voice against harassment!

Raise your voice against harassment!   More than half of women on social media have faced online harassment and abuse. Ahead of International Day of Girl Child on October 11, a Global Survey across 22 countries highlight that 58 percent young women have faced online harassment or abuse on various social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and even TikTok. A survey carried out by UK-based humanitarian organization Plan International, titled “State of the World’s Girls Report” involved 14000 women aged between 15-25