Articles about India
You would imagine that an increase in data usage thanks to the rise of the messaging app is good for telcos in India, but the math doesn't add up quite that way.
Apple needs to price its resurrected iPhone 4 at an attractive price point if it hopes to make a dent in the Indian market.
Called Vikaspedia, the portal is part of the government's efforts to make information more accessible. For a start, It has data on health, agriculture, education, social welfare, energy and e-governance.
India's second-largest outsourcing player, Infosys needs to rid of highly paid executives who are not adding value to the company as it looks to return to a growth path, says co-founder N.R Narayana Murthy.
Chinese smartphone darling, Xiaomi, has kicked off its global expansion plans in Singapore where its Android devices will go on sale this Friday, marking the company's first foray into markets outside of Greater China.
The Delhi High Court calls for laws to adapt to changing times, since they were last formed when technology was nascent.
The sky-high US visa rejection rates could be the beginning of a major existential crisis for Indian IT majors.
Talent Neuron's acquisition is the harbinger of what's to come in the analytics space in India.
India's telecoms regulator received over 12,000 consumer complaints in the last four years, for matters relating to high rates, wrong charging, and value-added services.
Sunny Leone has found a treasure trove, and a few new business models, in a rapidly digitizing India.
Microsoft Ventures announced its winners, while India's longest-running stand-alone accelerator has shut shop in what could be a harbinger of things to come.
India's IT outsourcing exports are projected to climb 13 to 15 percent in fiscal 2015 to hit US$99 billion, with growth fueled by higher spending by banks and other sectors amid better global economic landscape, Nasscom projects.
The Indian e-commerce company expects a fast growing Internet-connected population and smartphones to be the biggest drivers to online shopping driver over the next few years.
The company strongly denies the allegation, but if it is found to be true, it could cause an upheaval in the world of telecom equipment
A comment from Microsoft's new CEO may be just the thing to inspire the next series of books on leadership and management.