Tata Consultancy Services, India's biggest outsourcer, has settled its three-year-old dispute with California's Orange County for $26 million.
The Olympics must have ended but the people badmouthing about our performance are still going on.
Innovation today has become quite subjective, defined differently by different people.
Cisco Systems Inc's announcement on Wednesday that it plans to lay off 5,500 employees is unlikely to be the last round of Silicon Valley pink slips as hardware companies struggle to keep up with rapid technology shifts, analysts and recruiters said.
Buoyed by Internet penetration in rural areas, the number of web users in India will see a two-fold rise at 730 million by 2020 against 350 million at the end of 2015
The very things that characterise social media — its contagiousness, wide reach and ability to ‘organise’ people — are what makes it so easy for outrage to spread on it.
Call it the Swades 2.0. Ambitious and bright, a rash of scientists had left India for better opportunities. After years of experimenting and collaborating with some of the top scientists in the world, they have now chosen to return to their homeland.
When Sree Srinivasan was fired by New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art in June, he used Facebook to turn it into a sensational moment in his career, announcing to the world his plans for a speaking tour and a family vacation.
India might seem like the Tower of Babel with its many diverse tongues but modern-day skills of young techies here are helping solve linguistic problems in computing from across the globe.
An Indian-origin cancer expert who was recently knighted by Queen Elizabeth II today warned against London losing out on scientific talent in the wake of Brexit.
The game may come to India in the next few weeks as it has been added to the server list and "Unblocked" in geo-block status.
If the Indian government has its way, American tech giants Google, Microsoft and homegrown providers like Rediff could soon be signing you up for email addresses in the desi language of your choice.
The billion dollar Indo-American collaboration seeks to address some of the most fundamental questions about life and promises outcomes that can change the way we view life itself.
Key historical research related to the media in India was remembered as the pioneering Centre for Mass Communication Research at the University of Leicester celebrated 50 years of its existence.
Competition between India and China in Africa is rising but it doesn't necessarily result in cutthroat rivalry as their increasing presence in the African continent can be complementary to each other.
Google India, known for pampering its people with spas and massage chairs, has emerged top dog in the India's Best Companies to Work For study this year, up from second position in 2015.
A satellite belonging to a London-based mobile satellite communication company recently moved over India, above the Equator, in the space after travelling more than 4,000km over several months.
Three Indian-origin scientists have been accused of a scientific fraud in Singapore for falsification of their research data, a media report said on Saturday.
A bipartisan group of two US lawmakers has introduced in the House of Representatives a legislation, which if passed by the Congress would prevent Indian companies from hiring IT professionals on H-1B and L1 work visas.
Indian technology firm Ringing Bells has announced that the first 5,000 units of the "world's cheapest smartphone" are ready to deliver.
In a recent investors meet, Sony Mobiles announced that it would be defocusing from certain markets including India.
Google and Facebook are fighting it out for digital dominance in India, seen as the last big market for Internet companies, with a fast-growing user base that’s second only to China’s.
Cancer research has set off a raging debate between entrepreneurs with a social mission and investors who sense ripe business potential.
Earlier this year, Indian company Ringing Bells said it was about to put a smartphone on the market costing less than $4 (£3).
India on Monday joined the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) as a full member and said its entry would be mutually beneficial to enhance global non-proliferation norms.
The UK is Indian IT's second biggest customer — after the US, it accounted for 17% of the $110 billion of exports last year.
India has successfully launched 20 satellites in a single mission, the most in the history of the country's ambitious space programme.
With the new guidelines in place, students enrolled under F-1 visa for accredited educational institutions in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields are now allowed, to work for as long as three years under the Optional Practical Training (OPT).
India and the UK today clinched two new key agreements on solar energy and nano technology as part of their wider science and technology cooperation.
India's quest for green energy has crossed a major milestone, with renewable plants, mainly wind and solar, surpassing the capacity of large hydroelectricity projects, which were once the country's biggest source of electricity and regarded as "temples of modern India".
India has rejected Google's plans to collect images for its Street View service in the country after objections from security agencies.
Indian consumers are following in the footsteps of their American counterparts. "Bots will move beyond chat interfaces
Indian workers who do the exact same job as people in the UK earn up to seven times less.
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s recent learning mission to India may open up new possibilities for the world’s most valuable company. But here’s the nub: it may not quite follow the script drawn up by the Indian government.
India has launched an unmanned model space shuttle, joining the race to develop reusable spacecraft.
Apple's Tim Cook is playing the long game as his company struggles to compete against Android phone manufacturers in India.
With the opening of this new facility in Bengaluru, we're giving developers access to tools which will help them create innovative apps for customers around the world.
Chicago-based Tribune Publishing Company said it informed its IT employees last month that it is moving work to Tata Consultancy Services.
Amid rising onsite wages, high visa rejection rates and a politically-charged environment in the US, where a debate on outsourcing is waging, India's IT firmsare relying on external subcontractors more than ever before.
Apple boss Tim Cook has arrived in India for his first visit since taking over the tech giant.