Make in India is having a successful moment, developing mobile apps and other IoT devices comparable to any in the world
New technology has helped to speed up the design process and market the saris to a global audience.
Pitching India as the world's destination for the next big idea, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked, "If Indians can work in Google. Why can't Google be made in India?"
IT and ITeS make up the single largest contributor to India's services export and continues to be one of the largest employers in the country, directly employing nearly 35 lakh people.
At least two Indian mobile apps—Frankly and Velfie—are tapping the potential of video selfies and offering it for various uses.
Senior-level Indian engineers and executives are beginning to leave comfortable jobs in Silicon Valley to join startups in India.
Social media has hit everyone with a tsunami of joys, connections, emotions, making it easy to share and alter the way we interact with the world.
With more than 100 million new smartphone sales expected this year, India is one of the fastest growing markets in the world.
he US government has opened an investigation against two of the biggest Indian outsourcing companies for possible violations of H1-B visa rules.
An official ban on Maggi noodles in the Indian capital, Delhi, has sparked humour and public health concerns on social media platforms like Twitter.
Immigration and visa issues, which have long plagued the information technology sector, could come back to hurt Indian IT services companies this year.
When we cook, drive, make our own toys or talk to our grandma. It’s a new tech order in our personal and family lives
Keeping superfluous gadgets from invading your home and taking over your family
Despite India’s brainy army of computer engineers, Snapdeal.com–one of the country’s largest e-commerce companies and a $2 billion startup–says it’s not finding the coders it needs most.
Soylent, Schmilk typically taste like bland, gritty pancake batter. But never mind that, since the meal replacements save techies money and time.
People who post Facebook status updates about their romantic partner are likely to have low self-esteem, while those who brag about diets, exercise and accomplishments are typically narcissists
Technology giant IBM is planning to set up its second data centre in India to cater to the demand from various sectors including financial services and government.
In the so-called Facebook 'fire challenge', flammable liquid is poured over the body and lit. The person then has to dive into a pool before the flames take hold.
PM Modi is turning out to be a savvy social media superstar whose online postings are reshaping his public image as a technology-capable leader aligned with the aspirations of a new Indian modernity.
MIT scientists have cracked the science behind the dress that went viral on the internet after some saw it as black and blue while others perceived it to be gold and white.
Indians learn to 'fail fast' as tech start-up culture takes root.
YouTube's engineering chief, who enabled a lot of the free flowing content, lost a months-long battle to cancer earlier this week and passed away in Silicon Valley
While Street View has been extensively used in the US, Canada, and many European countries, its applications in India have been limited so far.
Taking the perfect selfie is no less than an art form especially when anyone and everyone with a smartphone is taking one.
The bloom is coming off the rose for many Indian IT services firms.
The Aadhaar card has emerged as probably the world's largest biometric identification programmes.
Activists say Internet.org participants are getting an unfair advantage over competing services
A battle that could decide the future of the internet in India is being fought online, between telecom users and operators.
With new offers in hand, Isro's commercial wing Antrix is all set to become a major player in providing satellite launch services to its international customers.
A group of Indian technology and internet companies have pulled out of Facebook's Internet.org initiative, fearing it threatens the principle of "net neutrality".
Steven Heldt said 95 per cent of Tata's 14,000-person US workforce descend from South Asia, primarily India.
President Obama recognized immigrants' contribution that has enabled continued US dominance in science and technology.
Airtel Zero will make Internet a luxury for Indians.
The U.S. will now conduct a lottery system to allocate the visas highly popular among IT professionals from countries like India.
A food startup and how it works.
Frequent Facebook use may be associated with a higher risk of depressive symptoms.
A group of fearless residents in a Mumbai slum holds up a smartphone against violence
M-Zero looks absolutely radical and flaunts a stunning design.
As an April Fools’ Day prank, Google Maps added a feature that turns some roads into the classic Pac-Man game.
Online content moderation - cleaning up social media sites of illicit, explicit and undesirable content - is a booming business in India.