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Cisco looks to tap huge opportunity in India’s digitisation programme

Sangeetha Chengappa

With increasing numbers of people, devices, machines and sensors coming online, India is on the... »

Polaris group firm Intellect Design to set up centres in Mumbai, New Jersey

In expansion mode S Swaminathan (left), Chief Financial Officer, with Arun Jain, CMD, Intellect Design Arena Ltd, at a press conference in Mumbai on Thursday PAUL NORONHA

Our Bureau

Intellect Design Arena, the financial products company from the Polaris Group, is set to establi... »

Promoters of Integra buy back Baring’s stake

Our Bureau

Sriram Subramanya and Anuradha Sriram, promoters of the Puducherry-based Integra Software... »

This start-up helps firms identify blind spots

Sameer Padhye, Co-Founder and CEO of FixStream PV SIVAKUMAR

KV Kurmanath

Virtualisation and the cloud are making it easy for businesses to access a host of apps and solu... »

TiE to take start-ups to Silicon Valley

Venktesh Shukla, President, TiE Silicon Valley

K V Kurmanath

Seeing is believing. The best way to teach Indian start-ups on how to think the way a Silicon Va... »

Mobiles & Tablets

Local calls: Firstouch handsets cater to the English-unfamiliar market.

Smart in my bhasha

rashmi pratap

With handsets that allow users to type in a regional language and ‘swipe’ into English or vice versa, Firstouch has a huge market-in-waiting here in India »

Auto Focus

Leisure biking Anoop Prakash, MD, Harley-Davidson India, believes that the brand continues to get younger in its appeal. S. SUBRAMANIUM

Harley revs up global play for the Street

MURALI GOPALAN

It was in November 2013 when Harley-Davidson announced that it would produce the all-new Street... »

Gaming

Where will your Karma take you?

Sabyasachi Biswas

Can Far Cry 4 outshine its predecessor? »

Other Gadgets

Smart homes: ‘now, you are the remote’

Rajesh Kurup

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates’ mansion that overlooks Lake Washington in the US, is per... »

Computers & Laptops

India: More people use mobiles, PCs for educational, professional work

PTI

More people in India use connected devices like mobile phones and PCs for educational and profes... »

Interiors

Pepperfry launches mobile site

Priyanka Pani

Pepperfry.com, an online furniture and home products destination, has launched a ‘mobile’ site t... »

Andhra Pradesh to rollout 4G services in phases

Our Bureau

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu directed Reliance executives to study the feasibility of rolling out 4G services in the State by April 2015 and hoped that they would be rolled... »

Free software can save ₹8,000 cr from schools alone, says study

Our Bureau

Implementation of free software across 3.2 lakh schools in the country could lead to savings of more than ₹8,000 crore, according to an impact study. Rahul De, Hewlet Packard Chair P... »

Zomato acquires Italian restaurant search service Cibando

Our Bureau

Zomato has acquired Italy's leading restaurant search service Cibando. Zomato has now acquired five companies globally in a short span of five months Deepinder Goyal, Founder and CEO... »

Internet addiction affects 6% of people worldwide

PTI

As many as 6 per cent people in the world are addicted to the internet which may be adversely affecting their lives, including their health and interpersonal relationships, according to a new glob... »

TCS advance tax payout reflects weak IT trend

Suresh P Iyengar

The weak trend in the information and technology sector is reflected in the flat growth in advance tax remittance by most companies for the December quarter. The bellwether, Tata Consult... »

Honda updates the Unicorn

Our Bureau

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has given one of its bestselling motorcycle, the Unicorn, a major makeover that includes a completely new motor. Aimed to entice the 25-35 yea... »

Thar in Tibet – The road-venture of a lifetime

Debabrata Sarkar

It isn’t every weekend that you wake up in a hotel in Kathmandu and pack your bags for sub-zero temperatures and ready your system for an acute shortage of oxygen. In case you are thoroughly co... »

Hyundai i20 Elite is the Indian Car of the Year 2015

S Muralidhar

The Hyundai i20 Elite was announced the winner of the Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) 2015. The winning car was unveiled at a glittering ceremony in Mumbai on Wednesday. On behalf of the... »

Biggest hackathon in Hyderabad

K V Kurmanath

The Computer Society of India (CSI) will organise a student hackathon with a focus on Smart City and Internet of Things as part of its Golden Jubilee celebrations here. S... »

Where will your Karma take you?

Sabyasachi Biswas

Can Far Cry 4 outshine its predecessor? »

Have an ‘App’y Christmas

TCS eyes $1-b revenue from France in 5 years

Wipro’s healthcare vertical hopeful of turnover touching $1 b next year

TechM invests $100 m to drive innovation

Teradata to invest $35 million for new development centre

People with disabilities are the new favourites for call centres

Tata Docomo launches wi-fi device with battery power bank

Zepo raises funding from Anupam Mittal, One97 Mobility Fund

Defence Ministry to ink pact with DoT to vacate spectrum

Our Bureau

New airwaves to be auctioned to private operators for commercial use »

Analytix DS to expand in India, raise VC funds

M Somasekhar

Analytix DS, a specialised software vendor with data mapping products plans to set up a Development Centre in Bengaluru with an investment of Rs 50-100 crore.The data quality centre would ho... »

Genpact ties up with Calcutta University

Jayanta Mallick

Genpact Ltd, a global BPO and business analytics firm, has tied up with the Calcutta University for jointly developing and running a research and analytics programme. Amit Bhaskar, Vice-... »

Smart in my bhasha

Local calls: Firstouch handsets cater to the English-unfamiliar market.

rashmi pratap

With handsets that allow users to type in a regional language and ‘swipe’ into English or vice versa, Firstouch has a huge market-in-waiting here in India »

Ericsson setting up second plant in India

Chris Houghton

Thomas K Thomas

At a time when the government is pushing the ‘Make in India’ campaign, Swedish telecom equipment major Ericsson is starting its second manufacturing plant in India. $15-m investment»

Tatas eye LNG as fuel of the future for CVs

New path: Tata Starbus Ultra on LNG

MURALI GOPALAN

Tata Motors is betting big on the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel its buses and trucks. According to AK Jindal, Head – Engineering (Commercial Vehicles), the company has carrie... »

Harley revs up global play for the Street

Leisure biking Anoop Prakash, MD, Harley-Davidson India, believes that the brand continues to get younger in its appeal. S. SUBRAMANIUM

MURALI GOPALAN

It was in November 2013 when Harley-Davidson announced that it would produce the all-new Street in 500cc and 750cc versions. It was the first bike platform developed for young riders across the wo... »

Honda keen on low-cost bike

Raring to go Keita Muramatsu and YS Guleria of Honda at the launch of the CB Unicorn 160 in the capital. RAMESH SHARMA

S Ronendra Singh

 Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India is eyeing the low-cost space in two-wheelers as part of its efforts to emerge the top player in the country. “We are working on low-cost models... »

Foxconn management, unions talk ends in stalemate

Our Bureau

Negotiations between Foxconn India and its unions on suspending operations at the factory remained inconclusive today. The livelihood of over 1,300 workers is in question as the multinati... »

Avast, ye good guys!

Sabyasachi Biswas

Is Assassin’s Creed Rogue a brilliantly crafted sequel, or just a glorified extension pack? »

What does 2015 have in store for smartphones?

Delhi court halts OnePlus One sales over Cyanogen branding

Counterfeit electronics market growing twice the genuine goods: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Mission: listing every home on sale, rent

Reliance Jio gets closer to launching services

CBI examines Chidambaram in Aircel-Maxis case

Hike messaging app’s 3-day hackfest to kick off on Friday

BL Ink

Hand of god: A man breaks down after he finds the lifeless body of his eight-year-old son in Cuddalore

Recording life

Arko Datta

Ten years on, photojournalist Arko Datta recounts the wave of death, mourning and mass burials that made pressing the shutter that much harder »

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