Online content moderation - cleaning up social media sites of illicit, explicit and undesirable content - is a booming business in India.
A fuel-free aeroplane has taken off from the Indian city of Ahmedabad city on the third leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world.
India stands second after the US in a list of countries for the number of government requests to Facebook .
It seems that the more socially connected you are, the more likely your smartphone's battery is running almost on empty.
Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to American engineers.
Why India’s mobile users go offline for video.
After decades of low-margin work like server maintenance, India's information technology services firms are moving upscale in search of lucrative contracts.
More evidence of global investors’ growing interest in India’s startups: Google’s new investment arm is setting up shop in the country.
It's no secret that the United States believes in and has been spying on adversaries and allies alike through means human and technical.
Kerala girl Shradha Prasad's dream of settling down on Mars is inching towards reality.
Google’s Wi-Fi enabling balloons may soon dot Indian skies.
The massive sweep of AAP is, in part, being attributed to its successful and well-planned social media campaign.
Information technology (IT) companies in the city may soon be snooping on their employees' surfing habits to check if they are accessing terror-related information on the internet.
The ecosystem is even harder for certain types of online businesses, and that's because of the rules contained within the Information Technology Act.
Fear of large scale retrenchment for the first time prompted professionals from the IT industry to come together under one platform to initiate a joint struggle.
Why does Geography feel less critical to innovation these days.
Google Inc. on Tuesday launched flight searches in India, intensifying competition in the online travel agency space.
Mr Bhasin set up India's first call centre in 1998 with just 18 employees taking calls in an office where the booths were divided by saris hanging from the ceiling.
From the iconic Hoover Dam of US to India’s Sardar Sarovar, – are they a boon or bane?
Gadgets, platforms, services—how will technology and your interaction with it change in 2015?
Indians had mastered aviation thousands of years before the Wright brothers, claimed a controversial paper presented at the 102nd Indian Science Congress.
A look at five trends that were the rage on Facebook and why we hope they don't return in 2015.
Can India produce the next Microsoft Corp., Adobe Systems Inc. or traffic app-maker Waze? Some Silicon Valley investors think so
Growing at close to 50% in the last one year, India has now become Dell's third largest market in terms of revenue after US and China.
India has successfully launched its largest rocket and an unmanned capsule which could send astronauts into space.
The awards were presented to Ken Bajaj, Frank Islam and Sharad Tak.
Despite the lower-than-expected growth in the past couple of quarters, TCS continues to lead the industry in terms of growth.
PM Modi gets highest RTs, Big B has most followers.
The sales success has now come to a halt with an Indian court in New Delhi issuing an order that forbids Xiaomi to sell or import its products into the country.
Surprisingly, it isn't Apple but Samsung who seems to be benefiting the most.
Some of the founders of Infosys Ltd want to sell shares for $1.1 billion in the Indian IT outsourcing company.
For a generation of Indians brought up on mobile phones - many of them haven't ever used a landline - poor call quality and call drops are part of life.
Over the past decade-and-a-half, different startups have leveraged the internet to ease the day-to-day lives of consumers.
Google is throwing its money, brain power and technology at the humble spoon.
Unverified Twitter accounts like "Lutyens' Spice", "Lutyens Masala" are dishing out a good dose of gossip and rumours about Delhi's politicians, journalists and businessmen.
Doctors, patients and WhatsApp push the exotic fruit, owing to its medicinal properties that are believed to help fight the dreaded dengue fever.
Apple and Google are messing up software updates. They need to spend more time testing software before releasing it for the public.
Punsari village, barely 100 km from Ahmedabad, could be a textbook case of development.
The most important thing is to get back the patient-doctor trust in India.
The longer someone talks over the phone - in terms of hours and years - the more likely is he/she to develop glioma, a deadly form of brain cancer