Smartphones are poised to get only smarter and new apps are significant for markets like India, such as a software and smartphone accessory developed at MIT that can perform eye tests.
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
A reverse sting by industrialist Naveen Jindal on a television channel is probably a blessing for the dying concept of free media. Hopefully, it will raise both news quality and ethical standards in the Indian media.
For smaller organizations, a change in the way they look at IT security is critical to bringing about more robust systems.
A report points out that regulatory changes relating to financial inclusion, increasing penetration and white-label ATMs will be the main drivers for future growth for India's ATM industry.
Gurgaon-headquartered Radius Infratel recently announced retail broadband users in nine Indian cities would have access to ultra-fast download speeds of 1Gbps by mid-2013.
Technology is playing an important role in encouraging young professionals to ditch their jobs and create social enterprises and give back to society instead.
There is a dearth of online resources helping locals, particularly in the rural areas, to find a good doctor or hospital that suits their needs despite there being many sites facilitating medical tourism for foreigners.
Internet is an indispensible tool for governance in a free democracy, says India's Union Minister for Communications and IT, who calls for industry stakeholders to help build a roadmap for the sector.
Cheaper 3G and 4G services and smartphone devices will go a long way in addressing the country's low adoption rate of next-generation wireless technologies.
There is complete lack of understanding of the Internet among governments across the world. Until we make sense of the Internet, isn’t it better to regulate it with the same rules and regulations that govern our everyday lives?
Reserve Bank of India suggests Aadhaar-based biometric identification be used instead of PINs to authenticate card transactions, but are banks willing to use it?
India's telecom base dipped by 20.71 million subscribers in July 2012, but the disparity in teledensity in rural and urban areas, and among the various states, is a matter of greater concern.
A news report this week says social networking site, Facebook, may contact people whose profile identity is suspect. But should social networking sites have all our information?
Infosys, once the bellwhether of Indian IT, has seen a slew of senior level exits. The reasons behind these exits and lower growth at Infosys may be plenty, but it also points to the changing paradigms of outsourcing.
Three recent news reports on Twitter point to the fact that the imperatives of growing revenues and freedom of speech will collide even more in the coming future.