Five Indian companies, including Hindustan UnileverBSE -0.22 % and Tata Consultancy Services, are among Forbes' list of the world's 100 most innovative companies that investors think are most likely to "generate big, new growth ideas".
The portal serves as a "match maker" between public and private medical institutions in India and from around the globe.
While it took Google over a year to build its augmented-reality goggles, Google Glass, Arvind Sanjeev says he was able to replicate it in less than a month.
The blue colour stamp with the Indian tricolour is the doodle that comes up when you open the Google’s India homepage.
The media giant is rebooting tactical investments as part of a strategy to aggressively expand the group's digital play in markets like India.
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IT experts view this trend as an extension of webinars, that is, technology enabled live conferences.
While most of the grannies are from UK, US and Australia — only one is from India
Fortune's maiden ‘Big Data All-Stars’ lists the 20 extraordinary people who are ‘‘the best at connecting the dots and digging deep.’’
Attach solar panels to schoolbags that collect energy during the day to power an LED light in the night.
It has emerged that an Indian-American finger is on the US nuclear launch button, illustrating Washington's vote of confidence in the country's diversity.
A strategy card game, unique for being based on Hindu mythology, has recently hit the market, capturing the attention of a sizable number of gamers.
In the post-digital world, here's a first for the capital. An NGO has launched Delhi's first internet de-addiction centre.
In 2015, one ambitious Indian engineer plans to take his solar-powered tuk-tuk all the way from Bangalore to London in 90 days.
Xiaomi has on Tuesday launched its first smartphone for the Indian market
The fast-growing online retail industry is set to take a larger chunk of the overall e-commerce
An Indian-American has invented a wristband that nudges people wearing it to finish work on time and remain fit by giving a mild electric shock if they fail to achieve their fitness goals or miss deadlines.
The new scheme would take forward the announcement made in President Pranab Mukherjee’s address to Parliament saying that it would be the “backbone” of the government’s “new ways of working”.
When Modi quipped that India's Mars mission cost less than the Hollywood movie 'Gravity', what was left unsaid was that the government's space commerce company has been making more money every year.
Facebook is under fire over news that it deliberately tweaked the content on people's News Feeds to study the effect of emotions on the site.
Google said it is shutting down Orkut, its "first foray into social networking.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has narrowly overtaken the White House on Twitter, a study of political use of the social network has found.
Apps like Secrets or Confession pages on Facebook only manage to extend a sense of legitimacy to it.
Sites like Sirf Coffee and the others try to sell the idea of a mediated experience, instead of online dating.
Can anyone - including Google - stop the Facebook juggernaut from taking over the internet?
Three years ago, Fyk was bankrupt, in jail, and borderline suicidal. He used Facebook to turn his life around.
Is it time to retire the ‘other’ camera?
It could become the second largest employer this year, crossing Hewlett-Packard, and would be fast closing in on leader IBM.
The “right to be forgotten” judgment has raised a controversy, while some argue that it upholds an individual’s privacy, others say it leaves a lot of room for interpretation.
A new generation of wearable technology is promising not only to log data about users' health but to predict and avert crises
The Great Indian Jugaad—that unique desi talent for cobbling together disparate items and producing something that may look incredible, but somehow gets the job done. In fact, this is the dream that is driving a handful of Indian techies to usher in the Makerspace culture.
The world's fastest growing mobile market remains relatively untapped - but tread lightly, there still be dragons
A Swedish artist is raising funds to send the first house to the Moon in 2015, which will self assemble within minutes on the lunar surface.
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and Bollywood heartthrob Shah Rukh Khan are among the 100 most "obsessed-over people" on the web,
A London-based company – Musion – helped Narendra Modi rewrite the rules of political communication in India
19-year-old who inadvertently grabbed the "Prime Minister of India" Twitter handle - the same one India's top leaders are now tussling over.
A Twitter war erupted when the @PMOIndia handle was archived and its 1.24 million followers "transported" to a new account by the office of outgoing prime minister Manmohan Singh.
it was a first for a product delivery Amazon has only planned.
Obama’s initiative to provide affordable health insurance and cheaper healthcare to all Americans could provide a $20-billion business opportunity for Indian IT companies over the next five years.
When the latest batch of 16 startups graduates, Microsoft’s Accelerator programme in India would have incubated a total of 50 Internet startups.