Enterprise startup Icertis recently raised a $6 million funding round from Greycroft Partners and Fidelity Growth Partners India. Here's what it means for the company.
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Xiaomi grew smartphone sales 150 percent in China where the company is based. Now it has sights set on India with a very capable Android phone at a reasonable price.
The search company reported a net income of $21 million -- down from $312 million during the same quarter last year.
AOL is largely a media and advertising company, but Assist is designed to add subscribers. The upsell: Convince current Internet access subscribers to buy tech support too.
Microsoft is set to buy the company which supplied the technology for the Surface Pro 3, and has spearheaded the comeback of pen tech.
The team behind photo backup and sharing mobile platform Odysee is set to join Google+ after the search giant acquired the San Jose-based company for an undisclosed amount.
Online privacy company Abine today announced its new Private Search anti-tracking tool for those who want to use Google Search in Firefox without being tracked by Google.
Comparing the user base of both ZipDial and Twitter in India gives a good indication of why Twitter was drawn to the company.
Will Google Flight Search kill OTAs such as Yatra and Cleartrip? Or will it function as a non-commercial service? A peek at its global track record may reveal some answers.
The Chinese company has made a name for itself by achieving dominance through a unique online sales model, but has recently decided to ditch this approach in India by partnering with Bharti Airtel, India's largest telecom operator, and selling its phones through Airtel's retail outlets.
Indian e-commerce giant chalks up another US$700 million in funds from new and existing investors and applies to become a public company in Singapore, but dismisses IPO talk.
Just as Uber thought it had solved one thorny problem in India vis a vis a solution to a payments conundrum, another much graver one now confronts the company. And this time, it has invoked the wrath of a force much greater than India's Reserve Bank: Indian consumers.
Cyanogen Inc says that if Indian users want a OnePlus with CyanogenMod updates, they'll need to buy it outside of India.
The Passport seems to have attracted a torrent of interest, much like it did in other parts of the world following its launch. But can the company successfully satiate its audience in India?
EMC added to its cloud portfolio with the acquisitions of Cloudscaling, Maginatics and Spanning.
Since foreigners can't be majority-owned retailers in India, the state of Karnataka has heavily taxed Amazon, pointing to a warehouse as proof of its operations. The company says it is merely providing a storage service. Either way, the whole affair has put a stain on India's booming e-commerce landscape.
Google shocked the storage world by offering cloud storage for 1¢/GB/month 6 months ago. But if Google can make a profit at 1¢, why can't enterprises buy for the same price? One company says they can. How?
Microsoft has acquired its fourth non-.U.S. company this year with its purchase of Mojang, the creator of the Minecraft game, for $2.5 billion.
The Chinese company has attracted a lot of attention and ire for its strategy of selling its hugely desired phones in small increments in India, leaving hundreds and thousands of buyers angry and disillusioned. Is there a method to this madness?
Microsoft may be ready to spend a sizable chunk of its offshore cash to buy the Swedish company behind Minecraft, according to new report. Here's why this deal would make sense for the Softies.
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