Articles about India
To remain competitive and profitable, Indian mobile operators are gradually increasing tariff rates as lowering prices and growing subscriber base are no longer deemed beneficial tactics. But what does that mean for customers?
China’s largest Internet company, Tencent, is eyeing India for further growth for its messaging platform as it ventures overseas. It will be up against an increasingly crowded market where rivals such as Whatsapp have had a headstart.
Phaneesh Murthy defends himself in a media conference call, labeling the accusations from his subordinate "an easy way to collect money", but admits he did not disclose his inter-office relationship at the first opportunity.
Online viewership of Indian Premier League Season 6 increased by 52 percent this year. Even users in tier 2 and tier 3 cities are increasingly viewing cricket on their mobile devices.
A debate was sparked at a Dell female entrepreneur's networking event, over whether help from their male counterparts was more accessible as women were "not so forthcoming" or because of an imbalance in available talent.
CEO Phaneesh Murthy has been fired for not disclosing a relationship with his subordinate. But iGate has not blamed him for sexual harassment, a similar charge he faced at former employer Infosys over a decade ago.
Chinese networking gear maker is shifting focus in India from telecom equipment to smartphones, and it hopes to be among the top three smartphone vendors in the the country within three years.
Losses widen for the firm amid a US$83 million legal action from its creditors and fraud allegations by India's stock market regulator.
Tech firms haven't had it easy in India. Vodafone, Google and Samsung have faced India's ire, and now Infosys is added to the list.
Chennai-based startup, Chargebee, offers software tools targeted at enterprises and SMBs to manage recurring subscription payments. Co-founder and CEO Krish Subramanian gives the low-down.
The mid-tier Indian outsourcing player will open its third facility in Dallas, Texas, capturing growth from the banking and finance sector. It will set up more centers to build a network across the country.
Some of the financial offers include discounts for trade-ins, installment plans, additional subsidies for students, and a ten percent cashback offer for AmEx credit card holders.
In a bid to drive sales, the phonemaker is expanding a successful marketing campaign where it held demonstrations in cafes where customers proved to be more receptive than expected.
An examination of the true state of the IT job market and the need for certification reveals some interesting results.
To curb the abuse of a controversial digital law, the Indian Supreme Court said that only high-ranking police officers can approve the arrest of citizens who publish "objectionable" online comments, including Facebook posts or "likes".