Articles about India
Spending US$1.7 billion on things like R&D and training and establishing a US$40 million seed fund are just a few of the things the networking giant is doing to cement its future in the country
Using Paytm's mobile wallet may have put it back in business in the country, but it may have lessened the uniqueness of Uber's service offering when compared to the company's rivals.
Is all the American hysteria surrounding the H-1B foreign worker mired in unsubstantiated, inaccurate economics? An overwhelming amount of evidence from American academics seems to suggest so.
India and the United States were once looked upon as 'natural allies'. How did things go so terribly wrong?
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.
The Indian IT outsourcer hopes to expand its US workforce in order to be more responsive to local clients.
With India's English-speaking population mostly online, the search giant has decided to target the other billion people in India who do not speak English, starting with Hindi.
After Nokia's Chennai factory churned out its final orders for Microsoft, employees have accepted a severance package.
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?
By investing $840 million in just two companies, SoftBank's Masayoshi Son signalled the beginning of a long-term romance with India. Here are some reasons for his decision.
India has grand ambitions of becoming a major manufacturer of consumer electronics, and its high-quality fab design shops are a testament to its potential. Still, the country must overcome major hurdles.
Japanese telecoms giant has paid up US$627 million for a stake in Indian e-commerce website, Snapdeal, and will lead a US$210 million investment round for India's answer to Uber, ANI Technologies.
The Indian Air Force is the latest party to react to allegations against Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi regarding the transfer of International user data to Beijing.
Despite a promising start, India's radio cabs have rallied against Uber and convinced the country's central bank to put it on notice. Now, the tax authorities are questioning it. If Uber doesn't tweak its business model by the end of the month, it could be curtains for this ride-share service.