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With love, from France: Kronokare’s natural beauty products adapt French technique to Indian needs

At a glance Startup: Kronokare Founder: Cyril Feuillebois Year it was founded: 2008 Where is it based: Delhi The problem it solves: Natural and eco-friendly skin care Sector: Beauty Funding raised: Bootstrapped Cyril Feuillebois would never have thought that his trip to India to study at IIM Lucknow in 2003 would lead

Light up your home’s exterior – from the front door to the backyard – with the new Philips Hue outdoor line of products

SOMERSET, N.J., March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Philips Lighting (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced the first products in its highly anticipated Philips Hue outdoor range, available for purchase this summer in the United States. Consumers can extend their Philips Hue smart lighting experience to

Health and wellness products for your pet are a growing industry, says pet company CEO

As Americans’ appetite for wellness grows, consumers look for new products for their pets, said BarkBox CEO Matt Meeker. “It’s a huge industry,” Meeker said, referring to the nearly $70 billion pet products industry. Meeker is co-founder of BarkBox, a subscription service that provides dog owners,

Consumer products’ air quality impact ‘underestimated’

US research has found that chemicals in everyday household products are now a key contributor to city air pollution, rivalling some vehicle emissions. The study, led from Colorado University, focussed on so-called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These are contained in petroleum-based products such as

BlackRock warns of risk as inverse volatility products sink

Monday’s stock market rout left two of the most popular ETPs, which investors use to benefit from calm rather than volatile conditions, facing potential liquidation, market participants said. The VelocityShares Daily Inverse VIX Short-Term ETN sank 84 percent in after-hours trading, while the ProShares

20 Hot Technology Products at CES 2018

Each year, the Las Vegas consumer electronics show, or CES, is the place to be for examples of the latest developments in technology. The show this year is no different. So we have put together a list of some of the most interesting new

‘Raw water’ products just dumb, experts say

The ad features a happy-looking young man dipping into a stream and looking refreshed after a sip of the clear, cool-looking water. “The earth constantly offers the purest substance on the planet as spring water,” the site explains. “This water is magical.” Unfiltered, untreated,

The useless design features in modern products

It was 1872 in Reno, Nevada and Jacob Davis was worried. The Latvian-Jewish tailor had previously made mostly functional items, such as wagon covers and horse blankets for the workers on the Central Pacific Railroad. But this had all changed two years earlier after

SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK: FEDS GIVE KASPERSKY SECURITY PRODUCTS THE BOOT

APPLE FINALLY ANNOUNCED the iPhone X this week, complete with a facial recognition system that Apple calls FaceID. Preliminary impressions are that FaceID will be difficult to trick, and should be secure for the average user, but researchers are eager to test its robustness. Consumer facial

Amazon doubles seller count, products for upcoming festival season sale

Gopal Pillai, Director and GM, Seller Services Unleashes several seller-initiatives, including rewards and recognition programmes BENGALURU, SEPTEMBER 6:   E-commerce Goliath, Amazon.in is pumping up its arsenal for the upcoming annual festival sale with twice the number of sellers who are offering nearly double the