Articles about India
By putting a satellite into Mars' orbit, India has brought attention to its space program and its ability to do complex things inexpensively.
Samsung has lost share in the fastest-growing and largest smartphone market in the world, only to be further upstaged by the recently launched, value-packed Android Ones. It will take some doing for the Korean leviathan to preserve its dominance in India.
The Chinese company has attracted a lot of attention and ire for its strategy of selling its hugely desired phones in small increments in India, leaving hundreds and thousands of buyers angry and disillusioned. Is there a method to this madness?
For a brand that doesn't take India all that seriously, Apple sold a pretty impressive number of phones in the country last year. And now, the plus-sized iPhone 6 may just give well-heeled Indians consumers what they've been craving.
Hike is banking on its customized features for the Indian market to separate itself from the pack and become India's favourite messaging app.
With rock-bottom prices for phones that have superior specs in their class to begin with, Xiaomi is redefining what value for money means in India.
The maker of a new $33 smartphone billed as India's cheapest says it aims to sell half a million in the next three months in what it called a 'new era' for the market.
First, Tata Value Homes decided to sell its apartments using the site. Then, Ratan Tata invested in a personal capacity. We should all be so lucky.
The union will leverage Cloudera's Apache Hadoop-powered enterprise data hubs and TCS' global IT services delivery platform, as well as big data solutions.
In the emerging world of 3D-printed organs, using a 3D-printed skull to practise on before a major operation may not be such a fancy thing. But in a country with so few resources, this is a giant achievement.
India has watched a large exodus of BPO business to the Philippines, thanks to the country's more employable youth who are equipped with fluent English and perfect American accents. Now, however, companies are beginning to migrate back due to a greater need for integrated tech services.
Indians have never had much of a history of buying second-hand items, but as companies like GreenDust are proving, there's gold to be mined in the market for used products in the country today.
In its possibly last set of results as an independent company, Oakton has highlighted the demand for cloud and outsourcing as many of its customers are deferring and delaying projects across the market.
Incoming CEO Sikka has elevated 5,000 careers at Infosys, but a fundamental inability to retain employees in the Indian IT industry in general may thwart Sikka's efforts.
Yes, says Asia's Counter Point Research but the industry eagerly awaits IDC's numbers to verify this development