Articles about India
Australian law-enforcement agencies have contributed to a year-on-year surge in requests for Facebook users' data within the Asia-Pacific region.
This pint-sized Indian robot has wowed the public with its ultra-economical price tag. Now if only it could whip up a chicken tikka masala.
A look at its peers in neighbouring China should give OlaCabs a glimpse of its promising future despite current headaches of regulation, potential rogue drivers, and an unproven business model.
The biggest surprise was that smartphone sales actually fell, which for the hottest market in the world is more of a shocker than a surprise.
A union with IBM will help TechM keep pace with biggies such as TCS and Infosys in a race to offer the world advanced cloud solutions.
Battling commoditisation, Indian firms such as Infosys and TechM are trying furiously to innovate and climb up the value chain.
The irony of this upcoming battle is that both phones seem to be great value propositions when it comes to 4G devices, yet no Indian telecom operator has rolled out 4G services nationwide.
It was only a matter of time before the new kings of the domestic smartphone scene in India ventured onto other shores to pad their coffers. Yet, it may have been more than just global ambition that got them there.
Lava is battling it out with Karbonn for the number three spot in India, but the real fight for both may soon be with newer entrants like Xiaomi.
Xiaomi could be in hot water for going against a court order about selling phones - but the company blames an unauthorised reseller.
Uber will be implementing an in-app SOS button and a safety net feature as part of its plans to enhance safety measures.
Samsung Electronics has been dethroned in India as the top vendor of smartphones by local Micromax after last year ceding its top place in total handset sales to its Indian counterpart there.
If the sale of any of its previous models is anything to go by, the Mi4 is going to have an epic response.
Comparing the user base of both ZipDial and Twitter in India gives a good indication of why Twitter was drawn to the company.
Launching the Z1 in India is theoretically a smart play by Samsung to both push its own OS and grab a big share of a population that still hasn't bought a smartphone. But the truth is that the Z1 appears to be easily outgunned by the competition.