Paul Lombardo, Chief Executive Officer, Ness Software
Paul Lombardo, Chief Executive Officer, Ness Software

US firm Ness Software wants to leverage India strengths

M Somasekhar

US-based Ness Software Engineering Services will expand its India operations to tap emer... »

Cisco tests ‘Make in India’ waters with $5-b proposal

Thomas K Thomas

US technology major Cisco has submitted a proposal to the government saying it is ready t... »

Microsoft Devices bets on services, apps to drive smartphone sales

Sales push Bhaskar Pramanik (right), Microsoft India Chairman, with Ajey Mehta, Managing Director, Microsoft Devices India, at the launch of the Lumia 535 smartphone in the Capital, on Wednesday. RAMESH SHARMA

S Ronendra Singh

Microsoft Devices is planning to roll out a slew of services and applications on top of its smar... »

SanDisk wants to strengthen distribution, supply chain network

Rajesh Gupta, Country Manager, India, SanDisk Corporation

Adith Charlie

In India, Nasdaq-listed SanDisk Corp currently has a marketshare of about 35 per cent acr... »

Royalty issue: DoT drops licensing agreement clause

Thomas K Thomas

The Department of Telecom has dropped a controversial clause in the proposed intellectual rights... »

Mobiles & Tablets

Call now, pay later

Our Bureau

Mobile operators are rolling out credit facilities for pre-paid users in a bid to help th... »

Auto Focus


‘Cars are the black sheep of the industry’

Murali Gopalan

Since it was first unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo in early 2012, Bajaj Auto’s quadricycle ha... »

Other Gadgets

Go beyond pro – go aerial

Amrit Ramakrishnan

This is your life, be a hero. That’s what GoPro wants you to be. But conventional GoPro cameras... »

Computers & Laptops

India’s Internet userbase to cross 300 mn by December-end


Buoyed by strong growth in Internet consumption on mobile devices, the number of people online i... »


Pepperfry launches mobile site

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


Nazara Technologies inks multi-movie deal with Fox Star Studios

Our Bureau

Nazara Technologies has signed a multi-movie deal with Fox Star Studios to develop games based o... »

NComputing, a major player in enterprise client device market

Our Bureau

NComputing, a company provides virtualisation solutions said that 1.3 million seats in India have deployed its software.  Customer in education, small and medium businesses, enterpri... »

Puravankara group to participate in Google’s Online Shopping fest

Our Bureau

Puravankara and Provident Housing to participate on Google’s Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF) 2014. The online fair from google, which started in 2012, is in its third year now after... »

EU lawmakers urge regulators to break up Google

Coffee mugs with the Google logo on them.


European Union lawmakers overwhelmingly backed a motion on Thursday urging anti-trust regulators to break up Google, the latest setback for the world's most popular Internet search engine. »

TRAI recommends higher CDMA spectrum reserve price

Our Bureau

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday recommended a reserve price of ₹3,104 crore per megahertz for CDMA spectrum, which is 15 per cent more than the ₹2,685 crore pe... »

In boost for travel sector, Govt launches e-visa facility for tourists from 43 countries

Red carpet Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Minister of State for
Tourism Mahesh Sharma (left) and Home Affairs Secretary Anil
Goswami at the launch of the e-Visa scheme in Delhi RAMESH SHARMA

Our Bureau 

Acceding to a long-pending demand of the travel industry, and aiming to make travel to India hassle-free, the Government on Thursday launched electronic visa facilities for tourists from 43 cou... »

Diesel cars improve in quality – JD Power study

Our Bureau


In the past five years, sales numbers aren’t the only improvements with respect to diesel vehicles in India – overall quality too, has also improved. This was stated in the the J... »

2015 Audi Q3 -Better looks, better performance

Fully equipped: The Audi Q3’s infotainment system connects the smartphone to the Internet , so passengers can use the WiFi hotspot to surf the net or use e-mail, while the driver can enjoy tailored services from Audi connect.

S Ronendra Singh

 The afternoon in Munich was almost a freezing zero degree Celsius and worse it was raining. One would have loved to be just wrapped up cosy inside a blanket. But, we were there last week to dr... »

‘Cars are the black sheep of the industry’


Murali Gopalan

Since it was first unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo in early 2012, Bajaj Auto’s quadricycle has become a subject of intense debate. For those expecting to see the ultra-low cost car originally p... »

Fuel prices may drop in coming months

Our Mumbai Bureau

 Car sales this fiscal could be little to write home about this fiscal with numbers dropping by nearly three per cent till end-October. The silver lining in the cloud, though, is that fuel pric... »

RCom launches unlimited data plan

Our Bureau

Reliance Communications, the country’s fourth largest mobile operator by revenue and subscribers, has launched unlimited data plan with speeds of up to 14.7 MBPS. Under the plan –‘True Unlimited P... »

Safety tips for holiday shoppers

TechM platform for auto insurers

Go beyond pro – go aerial

Wipro bags life sciences award

Tech Mahindra launches new tech platform for auto insurers

Microsoft launches Lumia 535 at Rs 9,199

Keen to work more with Indian businesses, says Alibaba’s Jack Ma

Twitter in talks to buy Bieber-backed selfie app Shots

NTT Data partners with Daimler for ERP support services


NTT Data Corporation has entered into a multi-year-deal with Daimler for global ERP support services. As a part of this partnership, the Japanese technology major will work with developme... »

Accumenta on top 50 TNW USA list

L N Revathy

Accumenta, a Coimbatore-based start-up, claims that it is the only company from India to have made it to the top 50 TNW (The Next Web) USA list. According to the founder-Director, Girish... »

Weak rupee: analysts see minimal margin boost for IT exporters

Venkatesh Ganesh

Despite the depreciation in the rupee, which tends to help IT exporters, the impact on their operating margins in the third quarter of the 2015 fiscal year will be minimal. Earlier this mon... »

Call now, pay later

Our Bureau

Mobile operators are rolling out credit facilities for pre-paid users in a bid to help them make important calls even after their talk-time is exhausted fully. Reliance Communication... »

Centre unlikely to file appeal against Vodafone, Shell verdicts

Our Bureau

The Government is unlikely to appeal against the Bombay High Court decision on the Vodafone and Shell tax disputes. A senior Finance Ministry official said that an internal committee of the Cen... »

A weekend in the valley of the White Mountains

Picture perfect: The best part of the stretch before reaching Dharamshala was a section of the road that cut through a pine forest. S MURALIDHAR

S Muralidhar

The lure of the mountains is a constant even when the weather is not oppressive in the plains. And there is no better way to fully soak-in the beauty of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas t... »

US tech firms lobby for trade secret protection

Amiti Sen

US technology companies Microsoft and Intel are lobbying for a legally enforceable Trade Secrets regime in India to ensure that action can be taken against offenders in case company secrets are... »

JBM bets big on bus foray

Our Mumbai Bureau


 Nishant Arya is bullish on his company’s entry into buses, a move that is expected to gather momentum in the coming years.The Executive Director of JBM group, the 7,000 crore pl... »

Mercedes plans to step on the gas in India

Flashback: From the luxury brand’s archives, the original invitation sent out for Mercedes’s launch in 1995

Murali Gopalan

Mercedes-Benz completed two decades in India last Saturday. Its Managing Director & CEO, Eberhard Kern, is now keen on stepping on the gas without taking his eyes off the key pillars of sus... »

DoT should take back MTNL’s entire spectrum holding: TRAI

Our Bureau

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday said the Department of Telecom (DoT) should take back from MTNL its entire spectrum holding in the 800 MHz band. It... »

Getting the inbox to do a little thinking for you

NTT Com planning to acquire unified telecom licence

First taste of the Android Lollipop

Micromax appoints COO for Yu

Hackers' bounty directly proportional to sophistication

Subex allots 15.98 lakh shares following bond conversion

US says EU's Google case should not be politicised

BL Ink

Love in the time of Tinder

shreevatsa nevatia

Indigenous dating apps are giving new agency to young people who now believe romance, and perhaps even happily-ever-after are just a click away »

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