Nitin Vig Tech Guru

Nitin is a Management Consultant at McKinsey & Company and Board of Trustees Member at the Naperville Public Library. He advises Company Boards, CEOs and BU heads on product strategy, growth and operations. He also has multiple US patents (5) for design and development of mobile, wireless and networking technology including a patent to extend smartphone battery life. Nitin holds a masters in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA in Marketing & Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. 

 

Uber’s Monthly Subscription and the Holy Grail for Subscription Economy: Hotels

This past November, Uber announced its much awaited monthly subscription service. Called the ‘Ride Pass’, the service allows users guaranteed set prices for a monthly fee. The service is available in Los Angeles, Austin, Orlando, Denver, and Miami and costs $24.99 a month in Los Angeles and $14.99 a month in the other four cities.

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Technology is Our Future

Today, we can create most things we can imagine. But this wasn’t always the case. Technology has made this possible. Which technologies and how are they shaping the products we build, the businesses we run and the world in live in? 

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Why Phone Calls between Robots are Unlikely

At their annual developer conference last week, Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave a demo of Google duplex: AI voice technology which – when used with Google assistance – can make phone calls for us to book appointments and reservations.

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Four Ideas to Re-Ignite Phone Innovation

Over thanksgiving break, Apple made news for getting a patent on a foldable display. As per the patent, such a display can be ‘opened and closed’ like a book. Turns out, if this patent makes its way into a phone, we could have a foldable phone too.

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Here is Why We Actually Need a Foldable Phone

While foldable phone display technology may seem gimmicky, it has the potential to add real business and economic value.

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