Articles about India
Sugata Mitra's radical new teaching method promises to upend education as we know it.
India's largest e-commerce player Flipkart has just kicked off its new loyalty program, 'First'. Is this a ploy for more revenue to pad the bottom line or a long term play for more loyal customers?
As people were licking their lips over the impending launch of the Moto E, Microsoft has attempted to blindside Motorola by introducing the Nokia Lumia 630 at the same time. Game on!
Ericsson's new study shows how Indians will be using smartphones and data in a few years from now, bringing the country its next telecom revolution
India's Newshunt has cannily decided to focus on a huge audience that is exhibiting a growing appetite for news in regional Indian languages
After the humongous success of the Moto G in India, Motorola shows a take-no-prisoners strategy with the upcoming budget smartphone, the E
What's worse is that the majority of them use networking sites by posting a photo or a video of themselves which makes them instantly vulnerable to sexual predators or cyber bullies
IPsoft's self-learning computer software algorithm Amelia could be ruinous for the Business Process Outsourcing industry but the company says that it wants to partner with them instead
Global online population will hit 3 billion by end-2014, with two-third from developing nations and Asia-Pacific home to the largest population. Mobile subscribers will reach 7 billion.
The company is offering access to its cloud-based Office 365 Personal for applications such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint, for 330 rupees (US$5.50) per month.
Tata Consultancy Services announces its appointment as the exclusive certification and test services provider for the Cloud Data Management Interface standard, offered by the Storage Networking Industry Association.
Number of small and midsize businesses heading toward cloud services is expected to climb 20 percent between 2012 and 2016, as the workforce drops in age and more Indian companies embrace technology.
While the app market is set to grow rapidly telecom companies need to do their bit to ensure its health and longevity
What does Indian IT need to do to survive the future? Vineet Nayar, HCL's legendary former CEO thinks it requires a transformation of the kind that current organisations have shown an inability to undertake