Artificial Intelligence startup Cube26, which counts some of the country's biggest handset makers among its roster of clients, has now unveiled a suite of consumer-facing 'super' apps, under the brand name Reos.
India-based technology innovation firm, Cube26 on Wednesday announced the launch of its new brand - Reos. The company says the Reos brand will help enhance its data science capabilities across various software and hardware products. To that end, it has introduced three new 'smart apps' - Reos Camera, Reos Music, and Reos Message - for Android.
India-based technology innovation firm Cube26 on Wednesday launched its brand Reos. Under the umbrella of this brand, the company has launched high core utility apps - Message, Camera and Music, which it calls 'super apps'.
Tiger Global-backed Cube26 has unveiled a new version of its ‘smart bulb’ product and said it will launch more smartphone-connected devices in the next few months to tap into the nascent home automation market in India.
Technology company Cube26 has unveiled its new brand “Reos” which has a suite of smart apps aimed to provide consumers a clutter-free mobile experience. With this new brand, the company plans to extend its data science capabilities across software and hardware products, making them more intuitive, accessible and easy to use for the new age, connected consumers. Under Reos, Cube 26 has launched smart apps in the category of message, camera and music category.
Cube26 announces the launch of its new brand – Reos. With this new brand, the company plans to extend its data science capabilities across software and hardware products, making them more intuitive, accessible and easy to use for the new age, connected consumers.
Tiger Global-backed Cube26 has unveiled a new version of its 'smart bulb' product and said it will launch more smartphone-connected devices in the next few months to tap into the nascent home automation market in India.
Smartphones have become the music listening device of choice for many. People store songs in their phones, download music or song videos to the phones from the Internet, or just stream songs or videos via an app.
Think of smart bulbs and it's probably the Philips Hue that will spring to mind. But the Hue isn't just a single bulb: it's a whole ecosystem of lights and works best when a living space is fitted out with several of the Hue solutions. That's all an expensive proposition, however, which is why Cube26, an Indian IOT company, decided to bring to market a simpler smart bulb which would be easy enough to take to the masses, seeing that it costs ₹1,699 for a single bulb, the Reos Lite Smart Bulb. It's Cube26's successor to their IOTA bulb and comes with the Reos rebranding.
Delhi-based startup Cube26, which made its presence felt last year with the launch of a smart bulb, has now introduced a new brand, Reos. Under Reos, the company has launched three smart apps for messaging, camera and music in the software segment. In terms of the hardware segment, the domestic brand has launched a smart bulb called Reos Lite.
The Ola app has been upgraded with three new technology features, which address some of the common issues commuters have. While booking a cab from high-demand areas like housing colonies, tech parks, malls etc, the map might not show the exact location since there could be multiple exit points, and the customers often have difficulty guiding the cab driver to correct pick-up point. To obviate this, Ola is identifying popular 'hotspots' in such public locations. The app will proactively suggest ‘hotpots’ closest to customer’s location which can be selected while booking. That will then be sent to the driver in the form of a text.
Despite the excitement about the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected smarthome gadgets over the past few years, precious little had happened in terms of products that you could actually buy. That’s now changing. Indian tech start-up Cube26 has come out with a smart LED bulb.