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Up in arms Residents of Tilak Nagar in Mumbai protesting against the
installation of Reliance 4G tower at a playground. PAUL NORONHA
Up in arms Residents of Tilak Nagar in Mumbai protesting against the installation of Reliance 4G tower at a playground. PAUL NORONHA

Reliance Jio’s 4G rollout faces protest in Mumbai

Rahul Wadke

The 4G rollout of Reliance Jio has hit a roadblock in Mumbai city: the company wants to b... »

Nasscom wants Budget to level the field for start-ups, small firms

R Chandrashekhar, President, Nasscom

KV Kurmanath

The National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) has called for the creatio... »

TinyOwl raises ₹100 crore

Our Bureau

Food ordering app TinyOwl has received Series B funding of ₹100 crore from Matrix Partners, Sequ... »

Sikka to move Infy away from time & materials model

Sangeetha Chengappa

As Vishal Sikka, CEO of Infosys, prepares to articulate a “detailed strategy” in April th... »

Facebook pays bug hunters $3mn; India reports largest number of threats

PTI

Social networking giant Facebook has paid over $3 million since 2011 to security researchers who... »

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Baby steps towards the big picture

Sabyasachi Biswas

We experience the first 4K offerings by Tata Sky »

Computers & Laptops

Samsung loses top slot in tablet segment to iBall

Our Bureau

Samsung has lost the top slot in the tablet segment to desi company — iBall. According to resear... »

Mobiles & Tablets

‘App’rehensions of a Microsoft handset owner

R Dinakaran

Windows phones seem to have gained a reputation for being late to the party »

India back on Peugeot’s global radar

MURALI GOPALAN

French carmaker keen on sourcing and identifying growth opportunities »

‘I will see what Budget has on Make in India’

Pawan Goenka, Executive Director, M&M Ltd. - BIJOY GHOSH

Murali Gopalan

Pawan Goenka says such a thrust is critical for the auto sector »

Stealth fighter with pedals

Pedal power The Cannondale Bad Boy can be accessorised with essentials such as lights, sipper holders and speedo/odometers. SABYASACHI BISWAS

Sabyasachi Biswas

Cannondale’s blacked out Bad Boy 4 makes urban biking a fashion statement »

New i20 Active’s design concept revealed

Our bureau

Next month Hyundai will join the list of car makers who have redesigned their existing hatches into what can obliquely be called crossovers. What you see here are the renderings of the new i20... »

Chennai City Center Mall uses BeaconStream

Our Bureau

Chennai City Center Mall has started using BeaconStream technology for its mobile marketing initiatives. BeaconStream is a proximity-based mobile marketing technology built upon Apple's i... »

Bharti Airtel raises $310 mn through tower unit share sale

Reuters

Bharti Airtel, India's biggest mobile phone operator by users, said on Thursday it had raised $310 million through a secondary share sale in its mobile tower unit Bharti Infratel Ltd. Bha... »

Junglee.com hosts country’s first online auto mela

Our Bureau 

Product search and comparison shopping website,  Junglee.com, has hosted an online auto mela, the first-ever such event in India, on its website.  Live on Junglee.com from ... »

Google launches 'Android for Work' program

Android for Work is Google’s attempt to turn Android phones into the digital hub of people’s personal and professional lives.

PTI

Google is releasing a set of tools designed for businesses and employees who want to get work done on smartphones running on the company’s Android software. The technology unveiled on Wed... »

CommonFloor launches Virtual Reality for buyers

Our Bureau

App available on high-end Android handsets »

Intex plans retail outlets to boost reach

Vishal Malik, DGM (Retail), Intex

Abhishek Law

Handset vendor Intex Technologies is planning to set up standalone brand stores to boost its retail presence. Called ‘Intex Smart World’, 400 stores will come up next fiscal (2015-16) at... »

Foxconn-backed InFocus to enter Indian smartphone market

Baby steps towards the big picture

Cyber sleuths break back of Ramnit botnet

Lenovo launches Yoga 3 pro, bets big on tablet market

From May, switch operators and retain your number across India

iTunes patent infringement: Apple to pay Smartflash $533 million

Ambanis, Tata, Bharti, 5 others to battle it out for spectrum

IBM, TechM join hands for cloud services

‘The bigger problem was Sanjay Gandhi’s attitude’

Sepia tones: A montage of photographs of Sanjay Gandhi inside the Maruti 800, as featured in the book.

New ebook on the Indian automotive industry has interesting nuggets on Maruti Udyog »

Yutaka Katayama, father of the Datsun Z, dies at 105

He single-handedly established Nissan's foothold in the US »

2015 DZire : More kit, more mileage

Facelift The 2015 DZire's cabin will have chrome and wood elements.

Our Bureau

The Swift DZire gets a facelift and a bump up in efficiency »

Luxury bike brands plan big line-ups

Adventure ahead The Triumph Tiger XRx was unveiled at IBW 2015. R BALAJI

R Balaji

IBW is always a grand showcase for the enthusiast. This year’s edition had an eye-popping line-up of new models »

5G researchers achieve record speeds of 1 terabit per second

PTI

UK researchers have achieved record-breaking speeds of one terabit per second during tests of 5G data connections.Researchers at the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) manag... »

Incap, AUMA India tie up for electronics manufacturing

Reuters

Incap Contract Manufacturing Services Pvt. Ltd has entered into a co-operation for electronics manufacturing with AUMA India Pvt. Ltd. Based on this association, Incap becomes a supplier... »

Lenovo website hacked, govt advises to uninstall ‘Superfish’ software

On Wednesday, visitors to the Lenovo website saw a slideshow of young people looking into webcams and the song

Reuters

Chinese computer and smartphone firm Lenovo Group Ltd said its website was hacked on Wednesday, its second security blemish days after the U.S. government advised consumers to remove software call... »

Shake-up at the top imminent at IGATE as growth continues to lag

Ashok Vemuri, CEO of IGATE

Sangeetha Chengappa

As margins and utilisation rate decline, top officials may soon be shown the door »

Baring may exit Infrasoft Technologies

VENKATESH GANESH, RAJESH KURUP

Baring Private Equity Partners India has initiated talks to offload its entire stake in Mumbai-based software products firm Infrasoft Technologies. In 2007, the PE fund had acquired a substantial... »

Flipkart’s Sachin Bansal to focus on the big picture

Our Bureau

Co-founder and COO Binny Bansal will look after supply chain and logistics »

‘App’rehensions of a Microsoft handset owner

Robotic tech coaching in 500 schools in TN soon

Fly Mobiles launches 3 smartphones

Epson to offer managed services for corporates; to serve top 100 firms

Dharavi sellers to go national through Snapdeal marketplace

Facebook claims 2 million advertisers

KPIT ready for commercial launch of Revolo hybrid

BL Ink

Danger ahead In Delhi, the average Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 — extremely small particles that get absorbed by the lungs — is thrice the national standard. Photo: V. V. Krishnan

Through the smog, darkly

Awadhendra Sharan

With the world’s most toxic air, Delhi struggles to breathe. Although its challenges are many, going forward, the city must learn a few basic lessons from the past »

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