Articles about India
The Aam Aadmi Party's promise to clean India up of its rampant corruption has drawn a number of Silicon Valley engineers to its cause
India's traders are quickly warming up to marketplace models but at the same time want to shut out foreign investment in offline and online retail
HCL's ability to win large amounts of 'renewal' business and grow new verticals like infrastructure into big revenue drivers has something to do with its success
Introduced by the Brits, we embraced it as our own and now you can too within a little more than week of being plucked, thanks to this e-commerce service
With engineers galore and startups that have become global players this could quickly become the next 'Bangalore'.
If the current trend continues, in ten years or so, Twitter could make a ton of cash from hundreds of millions of smartphone-toting Indian voters
1.2 million potential customers are hard to ignore even if they are resistant to change and extremely cost conscious
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
Analysts may be concerned about the seemingly never-ending flight of top execs at Infosys, but Murthy says that most were deadweight anyway
That crisis will depend on how many of the world's ATMs, 95 percent of which have XP on them, can migrate to a newer OS that comes with support
Several wearable product startups have made waves recently for their innovative devices. No less than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has raved about one. Now they've got to go the distance.
The immense potential in both India as well as overseas markets that are trying to reform their healthcare sectors by using cloud computing and analytics amongst other things to cut costs makes this a smart bet
The point of curiosity here is why the Indian government has such a contradictory policy when it comes to foreign investment in digital news versus print
With peak power shortage at 11 percent, the country's gas reserves stagnant, and more reliance on imported coal, increasingly cheaper solar may be the only hope that India has.
But for the X to be as big a success in the country as its predecessor, the G, it may have to drop its price.