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Tech gets to work in India
For these two men in Bangalore, the start to the workday requires a scooter and a cell phone. India's cell phone market has been growing at a better than 50 percent clip in recent years, and at the end of 2004, the country had more than mobile-phone subscribers.
India's tech growth has put a strain on infrastructure. In Bangalore, more cars on the road translates to daily gridlock. The five-mile drive to Electronics City, the main tech hub, can take an hour from the center of town.