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Here's an example of how technology can impact us in ways that we wouldn't believe
The Indian IT services firm posted a profit of US$324.3 million on broad-based growth. It is forecasting conservative growth of 16.5 percent for 2014, slightly below expectations after increasing signs of an industry rebound.
If India's numbers largely exaggerate the on-ground reality of the number and quality of broadband connections, it may explain the still-nascent condition of e-commerce in the country.
Following earlier rumors it is looking to offer unsold inventory of iPhone 4 in the Indian market, reports now suggest Apple has restarted production of the device to be sold in India, Indonesia, and Brazil.
The Indian IT services firm saw a jump in earnings thanks to one-time gains and on the back of growth in telecom, financial and manufacturing sectors.
Social media giant is gunning for big growth in India, where it has 93 million users, lauding the market as the company's next big thing as it marks its 10th anniversary this week.
In power-starved India, this novel solution from IIT Madras could transform people's lives and render the mighty inverter obsolete.
This Chinese smartphone maker has proved its chops at home, but now it has to convince Indians that it can supplant the likes of the Samsung S4 or the HTC One.
An older generation of IT workers who starred in India's last, great IT boom is the latest obstacle in a series of grim prognostications for recent Indian tech graduates.
Rajul Garg and Dinesh Singh have devised a cost-effective solution for the beleaguered Indian techie.
They defaced more than 100 Pakistani websites, apparently in retaliation for the defacement of more than 2,000 Indian sites on the country's Republic Day.
India will be home to over 243 million online users by June 2014, up 28 percent year-on-year from 190 million last June, driving growth in other markets such as e-commerce and digital advertising.
A recent skills and jobs survey is a harbinger to a nightmarish future that awaits the average Indian engineer.
Brands are increasingly moving to the net to attract consumers, but they first need to figure out what works.
India's second-largest outsourcing vendor is said to have secured a deal worth US$98.71 million, to deliver application development and maintenance services to the courier services provider, TNT Express.