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While the telco regulator has decided on a cap to lower roaming charges by 30 percent from next month, it said making it entirely free was "not practical" due to carriage costs operators having to pay for using another's network.
Chinese telecoms gear maker to spend on building its brand, strengthening its retail presence in country and also targets sales of 1 million smartphones in the next 6 months.
Samsung has emerged as the most preferred brand among Indian high school students, who also prefer social networking tools, over SMS and voice calls, as the primary method to communicate with friends.
Union Bank of India is willing to pay up to US$1,000 for 18 "fast" dot matrix printers, which will be used in one of its regional branches.
An EU-commissioned study has found gaps in the adequacy of India's system, which could prompt legislative changes in order for Indian outsourcing firms to continue their European business.
Indian CIOs, who do not report to CEOs, are expected to report directly to the them within the next year or two. This expectation is reflected in current hiring practices in India, according to Forrester study.
The IT hardware hub will soon feature reportedly the country's first 24/7 electronics store, HOT, or House of Technology. The concept will be welcome by those working odd hours and also be popular for credit top up services.
Chairman N.R Narayana Murthy said shareholders will endure pain over the next three years as he looks to rebuild the company into a "desirable" entity with a strategy that focuses on winning big-bang outsourcing projects.
The move by Infosys appears to aimed at boosting morale as it looks to steer itself out of a slump, while Wipro claims its hikes were to reward high-performers.
With the rise of Internet connectivity at home and over mobile, and the success of local online Indian retailers, the local e-tailing market is set grow over a hundred-fold in nine years.
In a bid to capture a bigger slice of Germany's US$80 billion IT market, Wipro plans to hire over 1,000 workers by 2016, establish a near-shore services center, and facilitate internships for Indian students.
The currency has taken a tumble in the past few months against the U.S. dollar. This could hurt mobile handset makers who already have small margins and rely on volume sales in India.
India's IT trade body received 4,000 applications for its 10,000 Startups program, drawing most applicants in education projects and Bangalore leading with most entries ahead of Delhi NCR.
To address privacy breach concerns, the Data Security Council of India has announced a training program to educate assessors about how to protect personal information from disclosure, modification, or misuse.
Indian e-tailer Flipkart's decision to stop the COD option for orders above US$185 to the state of Uttar Pradesh could reflect the challenge of high return rates and fraud, according to an Forrester analyst.