Is it time for the U.S. to relinquish its leadership position in the tech industry and hand over the baton to rising star China, or even India? Perhaps, but questions about innovation and market environment will first need to be addressed.
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Microsoft is releasing Cortana, its personal digital assistant for Windows Phone, in beta in China and the U.K., and in 'alpha' form in Australia, Canada and India.
The US still has the most supercomputers on the Top500, but China now has nearly as many as the UK, France and Germany combined.
Microsoft's Bing-powered digital assistant Cortana will arrive in the UK and China soon - but it might be years before it comes to Android or iOS.
German software vendor currently operates three data centers in Japan and Australia, and is looking to launch at least three more in the region. Globally, it's aiming to have 20 locations by end-2014 including China and India.
Paul Robson will replace Craig Tegel effective immediately as the new president of Adobe Asia Pacific, and will responsible for overseeing operations in Australasia, Southeast Asia, Korea, India, and greater China.
With China out of the picture, India is the company's last big hope. But Google's experiences here should give it some pause
China and the US were countries with the biggest spammers, but at 6th place, India could soon get that dubious top slot once internet penetration rates ramp up
The one area in which India has long been able to claim superiority over China is in software services. This too will end if China has its way and India fails to innovate.
The number of attacks could spike as millions are expected to receive games as presents in the holiday season, especially with the launch of newer consoles like PlayStation and Xbox, says Kaspersky Lab.
Procurian, based in King of Prussia, PA, has locations in the U.S., India, U.K, Czech Republic, China and Brazil as well as 780 employees.
There are just 1.3 billion women online, compared with 1.5 billion men, which represents an "emerging market" opportunity for device makers, network operators and software developers--with more potential than China and India.
Compared to its rivals' offerings, the new iPhone targeting emerging markets is a "disappointment" for consumers in developing markets such as China and India, and Apple is losing its "wow factor".
Amid the growing popularity of Whatsapp and UC Browser in India, various government agencies have expressed concerns over potential security risks of these made-in-China mobile apps.
The application is now available in Asia among 14 markets including Singapore, India, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines. The roll out will reach China over the next few weeks.
Nokia is campaigning for greater clarity in India, but it's not planning to pull out of the country for now.
India trumped Israel, the United States, and China as the most promising location for tech innovation to flourish, according to a KPMG global survey.
Indian smartphone manufacturers, Maxx Mobile and Intex, start building local production lines as costs in China increase, but others say an ecosystem is needed before India is a viable manufacturing alternative.
China, Brazil and India will be among the top four smartphone markets in the world by 2018, according to ABI Research. That reality means there's room for a rival to Android and Apple's iOS.
San Jose-headquartered GEO Semiconductor will use India for its regional expansion, preferring the subcontinent over China and South Korea due to IP concerns.
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