Cloud computing in India will be a Billion Dollar market & the government isn't oblivious to it.
Manan Kakkar surveys the technology market in India.
Caleb lives in San Francisco and comes from a non-traditional background of molecular biology research and developing products and strategy for high-tech companies. He mostly covers the developing Indian technology market for ZDNET.
I completed a diploma in Electronics before finishing a Bachelor's Degree in Electronics and Telecommunications. End-user technologies interest me a lot. Being a news-junkie, following and writing about what's current and interesting is something I enjoy.
The number breakdown of mobile subscribers, value added services, handsets and mobile banking in India and some growth projections.
Bharti Airtel will soon offer pay as you go IaaS and SaaS on cloud in partnership with HP.
HCL is being as a frontrunner to replace IBM as Disney's IT management firm. In an unrelated development, HCL has eliminated some engineering positions in the US affecting employees who moved to HCL from Xerox.
In an all-cash deal, Fino India will acquire Nokia Money.
The Madras High Court has clarified its stand on John Doe orders blocking file sharing websites in India. The courts want specific URLs to be blocked, not entire websites.
A Q&A with two engineers who decided to venture into the Indian startup world immediately after their Masters in the US.
Internet enthusiasts against censorship take to the street wear Guy Fawkes masks.
A small team working out of Gurgaon has built quite an impressive list of locations to rent.
Learning from Windows 7's disastrous launch in India, the company plans to do things differently this time.
Screenshot claims Reliance Communication's website filtering and blocking server has been hacked by Anonymous to block other websites.
Airtel has now followed Reliance Communications in blocking torrent websites, video sharing websites Vimeo and DailyMotion.
As part of a global experiment to prove that print and consumer printer is not irrelevant, HP conducted an experiment in 3 cities, including Bangalore.
The company says they are not exiting but evaluating and won't be making any new investments till they see fit.
Aamir Khan's Satyamev Jayate has full episodes in high definition region unlocked on YouTube for the world to view. The first of its kind to upload full episodes within hours of broadcast, a positive sign for India's online streaming business.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Paid movie streaming? YouTube more likely to beat Netflix in India
- 2 HCL to get Disney's IT contract; drops some Xerox employees in US
- 3 Vodafone brings MiFi, Airtel introduces live broadband TV
- 4 AT&T makes another attempt to enter India
- 5 Wired and wireless broadband in India, the next big thing