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Why iPhone users may have to buy bedside lamps

Why iPhone users may have to buy bedside lamps

In the mid-1990s, as a budding reporter at a newspaper, I couldn't leave for office without ensuring that I was wearing my watch, carrying my digital diary, as also a "physical diary" (that was equally important; because if--God forbid--the battery in the digital diary ran out, I would have to run helter skelter for numbers), a calculator and a pager, besides the regular stuff, such as a pen, my wallet, car keys and a note-pad.The mobile phone has made so many things redundant.

published May 21, 2008 by

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Supporting India's upcoming small-town boom

Supporting India's upcoming small-town boom

In the last one month, Nasscom--India's trade body and "voice" of the country's IT-BPO industry--has partnered two consulting firms, AT Kearney and the Everest Group, to produce two reports that identify potential hubs for IT and BPO operations in India.The first, released on Apr.

published May 6, 2008 by

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The US slowdown hiccup

The US slowdown hiccup

Last June, I got a freak call from a young IT professional working in a large Indian IT firm. He was an engineer from IIT and an MBA holder, too--the best in education that you can ask for.

published April 9, 2008 by

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