Articles about India
Uber has launched UberAuto in Delhi to give customers the option to get around in auto-rickshaws, a common transportation in the city, as well as introducing cash payments.
An Indian court has sentenced Ramalinga Raju, the founder of Satyam Computer Services, to seven years in jail after being found guilty of forging documents and falsifying accounts.
Country's Ministry of Communication and Information Technology releases new policy that makes it mandatory for all e-government systems to be deployed on open source software.
The app has become a far easier and more productive way to conduct business for e-commerce players.
The Indian government has teamed up with Twitter to launch a system that will allow people to receive tweeted updates from the government straight to their mobile phone via SMS.
In a landmark project, Google Earth has teamed up with locals to provide a fully immersive experience of the Sherpa community and their mountain home in the Sagarmatha region in Nepal, home to the tallest mountain in the world, Everest.
The Indian IT services provider has opened a new 1000-seat center in Singapore to provide various services including application development to global banks operating in the Asia-Pacific region.
In the most recent legal challenge to the ride-sharing app, Uber executives and employees have been charged by Seoul District Police for breaching the transportation laws of South Korea.
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.