Today’s top tech news: Google and Flipkart as focusing on India on-ground as Zomato looks to the skies with Facebook paying users to access their data
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- Facebook launched a new mobile app called 'Study from Facebook' to pay users to share data on how they use their mobile devices.
- Google Maps is currently testing a new feature called 'off route' for users India that will warn users when their car or cab deviates from the designated route rather than reroute automatically.
- Jio, Vodafone Idea and Airtel are all aiming to obtain 50% of the market share in India and it looks like Jio is winning.
- Zomato successfully tested their first food delivery by drone.
- Flipkart's shifted nearly 50% of its manufacturing from China to India to give an impetus to its local brands to source materials locally.
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Facebook will now pay you for your privacy
Google is experimenting an ‘off route’ feature for Maps only for users in India
The magic number that Vodafone Idea, Airtel and Jio are chasing is 50% market share
Zomato just took the lead in drone delivery in India
Flipkart has cut down on made-in-China products, to focus on private labels