The Indian IT services giant beats analyst expectations after a long time. It posts flat third quarter net profit, while raising its revenue forecast for the current financial year, ending Mar. 31.
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
Social media and 24/7 news coverage help public protests grow larger, but it is wisdom, not knowledge, that is needed to fuel positive change among India's government and citizenry.
Tech gadgets alone will bring limited gains, but a holistic strategy combining teacher training, high-quality digital content and observing best practices offer better value in the classroom.
A recent study indicates enterprises in sectors such as banking and financial services, healthcare, ICT and government are expected to be major cloud adopters in the country.
India's ruling government is making cash transfers an important pillar in its 2014 election strategy, and while others might call it bribery, citizens shouldn't complain if such initiatives help reduce corruption.
India's urban teenagers are growing up as digital natives and are active on social networks as early as 13 years old, but a McAfee survey suggests they are not getting the right parental assistance.
Data released by the IAMAI indicates it’s not retail sites, job portals or matrimonial sites, but online travel bookings that are seeing the fastest e-commerce growth in India.
A lot of traction has been made in cities around the launch of new, cheap tablets, software applications for school curriculum, and pilots in schools with tablets. But it's the children in villages who really need tablets.
A recent KPMG study lists some best practices adopted by telecom companies worldwide to mitigate sophisticated technology-aided frauds.
The Indian government has finally announced its ambitious direct cash transfer scheme, but both banks and the regulator have a lot of work to do before the benefits start trickling down to the rural poor.
A recent report highlights new avenues for revenue generation for telecom companies in India, like mobile VAS, cloud and data center services. These will also provide opportunities to IT companies.
It's ironic how "powerful" Indians can tolerate poverty, corruption, and female foeticide, but not a post on Facebook and an accompanying "Like".
Tepid response to 2G spectrum auction holds several lessons, the foremost of which is selling spectrum shouldn't be a means to bridge the fiscal deficit. Instead, focus should be on growing India's telecom market.
A recent survey claims nearly 56 percent of smartphone users in India find their smartphones more entertaining than their TV sets.
Aakash-II will be officially launched next week, but over a dozen tablets priced in the sub-US$100 range are already available in the market. And India's education sector seems ready to lap them up.