Articles about India
What's most worrying for users in the country is that even innocuous comments can get you jail time here
Code Gladiators is India's first coding competition aimed at unearthing hidden stars at companies
Satya Nadella has hogged the limelight for being chosen as Microsoft's new CEO, but there are a few other Indian-origin heads of companies out there who also deserve a mention for their remarkable success
India's largest outsourcing vendor, Tata Consultancy Services expects robust growth for the year fueled by more outsourcing activities, even as it rounds up its fourth quarter with a 51 percent climb in profits.
Virtualization vendor says it will invest up to US$500 million over the next three years to support its expanding operations in the Indian market, which is second in size and scale to its global headquarters.
With China out of the picture, India is the company's last big hope. But Google's experiences here should give it some pause
Using a cloud-based solution, Browntape has devised just one screen for disparate orders made on various sites through a multi-channel order fulfillment software
Rote learning and abysmal teaching has led to an absence of critical thinking amongst Indian students, especially engineers. Now, a bunch of startups aims to change that
Bug Hunters are getting serious cash from Facebook for spotting some of the site's deadly pests
Hike wants to compete head-to-head with some of the world's most dominant messaging apps in India. To do so, its CEO may want to start by ditching his ultimately silly moniker of 'Creator.'
Most business opportunities for cloud services will be in SMBs, education, manufacturing and distribution sectors, according to HP.
There is a need to for a new mindset because many of the existing laws are based on legacy policies from the British era, and India is lagging behind in APAC, according to EMC.
Storage solutions major Western Digital has launched a series of personal cloud storage solutions, allowing users to organize, centralize and secure digital content from computers and mobile devices.
Women in India--especially those working--are fast becoming the most active shoppers via the internet in India as fashion becomes as important a category as electronics
By crowdsourcing articles written by practically anyone, including NGOs and news organisations, Oximity wants to up the ante on global social and economic news production and dissemination