Realities of India are very different from those in the United States. Therefore, it's possible that Internet speeds and regulations here pertaining to freedom on the Web don't suit Google even a decade from now.
This is almost it. Another post a little on the big side, so its split into two parts. But we end this year's CRM Watchlist 2013 with a discussion of the consulting companies and systems integrators who will have a big impact in 2013. Today, we look at the big boys — Accenture, CSC, and Ernst and Young Advisory. Plus a few cogent thoughts on the markets peppered throughout.
Does the border agency's battle to keep the country safe have a negative impact on business?
The Indian IT industry's peak body downplays allegations of unfairness against SMBs in its recent executive council elections; tells detractors to "take a walk".
A former Microsoft executive seems to imply the idea.
If John Mica gets his way, yes.
Veteran tech journalists Ed Bott, Mary Jo Foley, and Bill Detwiler discuss how Windows 10 is shaping Microsoft's hardware strategy and the company's plans for the Surface Pro, Surface Book and Windows...
Wine drinking may be a new phenomenon in China, but it doesn't mean the quality stacks up against the rest of the world.
Google's executive chairman has urged the Indian government to focus on policies to improve and foster online businesses, rather than on censorship.
U.S. court dismisses a 2011 lawsuit against the Chinese search giant alleging it worked with its government to censor the Web.
For a 17 year-old, earning potentially millions of dollars can't be a bad way to enter the workforce.
A new patch for Firefox is now being tested by Mozilla and could see third party cookies banned from being installed if a user hasn't directly visited the cookie owner.
While most 4G/LTE devices can step down to a 3G network when out of the 4G area, Google's laptop is stuck with only wi-fi.
South Korea security experts believe the North has been training hackers to conduct cyberattacks, which may prove cheaper and faster than building nuclear devices or other weapons of mass destruction.
Paying employees to live close to the office could mean a happier workforce.
A Tokyo company plans to burn nuclear "waste" in a thorium molten salt reactor for a meltdown-proof return to nuclear power in the country that has all but shut it down.
NBN Co has tapped Transfield Services to roll out fibre to Sydney metro and suburban areas in a deal worth up to AU$170 million.
Just the other week, we heard that the Australian Tax Office was storing passwords in plain text. This time, it's one of the UK's intelligence agencies.
Crowdfunding is providing innovative new urban design projects with the capital they need to get started. But can citizens really dictate future city landscapes?