Innovated in India Shoes To Ensure You Never Get Lost

Directions are relayed through haptic feedback through vibrations either in the left or the right shoe.

India's Quest to Get People Online

One billion people are still not connected to the internet in India and cost is the main barrier.

Mobile Shopping Set to Dominate India’s E-Commerce Market

In the next few years almost all of India’s online shopping will be done through smartphones and other mobile devices.

New York Times Apologises For Cartoon On India's Mars Mission

NYT apologised for publishing a cartoon on India's successful Mars mission which a large number of readers accused of mocking India.

Skype to Bar Calls Within India

Skype will end support for calling within India, meaning calls to mobiles and landlines from Skype within India will no longer be available.

Narendra Modi’s American Facebook Fans

He has more Facebook fans in the United States than most current members of Congress, governors and other political candidates.

Two Indian-Born Achievers to be Honoured in US

Marconi Society annually awards outstanding individuals whose scope of work and influence emulate the principle of creativity in service to humanity.

85% of Indians are Offline

The countries were ranked on the index on the basis of their scores on four kinds of barriers: incentives, low incomes and affordability, user capability, and infrastructure.

India's Race For Space Success

ndia's maiden mission to Mars, the Mangalyaan, has arrived in orbit after a 300-day marathon covering over 670 million kilometres.

Hello Ello, Goodbye Facebook

Social media network without ads woos users.

India's Concerns On Stolen Data Garner Global Attention

The development comes amid efforts by the government to extract data related to black money stashed abroad, for which an SIT has also been set up.

India's Farmers Beat Climate Change With Technology

While not all farmers here have switched to new techniques, seeing neighbours who succeed when they do so is bound to be a strong incentive.

Desi Dating Apps Woo Young Indians

Young Indians with smartphones are spoilt for choice when it comes to desi dating apps.

India Gears Up To Put Mars Mission In Orbit

Sleepless Indian space scientists began the process of 'waking up' the engine of the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft for a four-second test on September 21.

What If YouTube Was An Indian

What if YouTube existed in flesh and blood and was an Indian?

Why You Should Worry About Your Cloud-storage Accounts

Those nude photographs may have been hacked from celebrities’ cloud-storage accounts, but here is why you should care

Facebook Addicts To End Up Feeling Lonely And Depressed

Facebook addicts are likely to develop depression and end up feeling lonely, according to a new study in the journal Computers in Human Behavior.

Shocking Scientific Inventions by Ancient Hindu Saints

The land of India is known to be the land of saints and Gods. It is filled with various types of unexplainable things.

The Rare Pleasures of Serendipity

No online retailer can match the serendipity that brick-and-mortar book stores engender

Cancer Behind 70% Deaths in India's Atomic Energy Hubs

Cancer caused almost 70% of the 3,887 health-related deaths in the atomic energy hubs across the country over the last 20 years

10 Significant Scientific Discoveries India Gave the World

The rich scientific past of India is something the world will never be able to compete with.

In India an App for Chats and for Keeping Secrets

Hike’s selling point is that it lets users filter the information they transmit in sophisticated ways — and, more to the point, cloak aspects of their social lives from their parents.

Indian-Origin Inventor of EmailnSlams Critics

Ayyadurai, who was only 14 when he developed the technology, claimed his modest background prevented him from getting the recognition he deserved.

Big B Rules Twitter

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, an avid user of social media, has amassed a massive following of over 10 million users on Twitter.

This Man is the King of Jugaad

Where there is a will, there is a way: this inspirational English proverb has a one word Indian counterpart - jugaad.

The App For Your Happiness

There are some apps to help you become happier.

India’s Giant Leap a Month Away

With exactly a month left for the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) to enter the Red Planet's orbit, Isro on Sunday activated a navigation technique to check the spacecraft's position on a daily basis.

Where India's Rich Techies Are Putting Money

Tech Investors Bet On Indian Software Product Story

Five Indian Firms Among Forbes' Most Innovative

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".

Indian Health Portal Match Maker For Doctors Abroad

The portal serves as a "match maker" between public and private medical institutions in India and from around the globe.

Indain Makes Google Glass Clone for $100

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.

Google’s Doodle Features Independent India’s First Stamp

The blue colour stamp with the Indian tricolour is the doodle that comes up when you open the Google’s India homepage.

Rupert Murdoch Reboots Internet Play in India

The media giant is rebooting tactical investments as part of a strategy to aggressively expand the group's digital play in markets like India.

Techie Hiring Case in US Takes a New Turn

In Silicon Valley Hiring Case, a New Player at the Table

Live Streaming of Family Events a Rage among NRIs

IT experts view this trend as an extension of webinars, that is, technology enabled live conferences.

Grandma’s Tales

While most of the grannies are from UK, US and Australia — only one is from India

4 Indians Among Fortune’s list of 20 Extraordinary Technology Czars

Fortune's maiden ‘Big Data All-Stars’ lists the 20 extraordinary people who are ‘‘the best at connecting the dots and digging deep.’’

Shining Schoolbag Idea Lights up Slum Children’s Lives

Attach solar panels to schoolbags that collect energy during the day to power an LED light in the night.

The Indian-American Finger on US Nuclear Button

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.

Hindu Mythology-based Card Game Captures Gamers' Attention

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.

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