The Indian Behind Google’s ‘We Wear Culture’ Project
Indian American engineer Amit Sood heads Google’s non-profit arm, Google Cultural Institute, at Manhattan.
The ‘Tech Triangle’ Between India, Israel and US
After Narendra Modi’s historic visit to Israel, a new trilateral partnership seems to be emerging between the two countries and the United States.
Will Amazon’s Entry Disrupt the Food Retail Market in India
Around 40 medium to large scaled startups are catering to online groceries and food products market in India.
Indian Americans Voice Concerns About ‘Scrapping’ of Startup Visa
The suspension of the much-awaited visa would be a huge setback for US, say Indian Americans.
Indian Govt to Nab Tax Evaders Through Big Data
Taking a cue from countries like UK and Italy, government plans to collect 'relevant' information from e-commerce and social media sites.
Can Netflix & Amazon Disrupt India’s Streaming Video Market?
U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon recently fired a fresh salvo in India with its video streaming service, Amazon Prime Video.
Technology Giants Indian Ready For Large Layoffs
The $150-billion tech industry slows far more than anticipated, and companies move towards hiring more in the US.
Power to All
The dark secret behind India’s plan to bring power to all.
Has The Dream Run For Indian IT Ended
The Asian Crisis of 1997, the dot-com bubble burst of 2001 and the economic crisis of 2008 were all trying times. Each time, the industry managed to bounce back. So what is different this time around?
India’s Currency Crisis Spawns an Unlikely Magnate
Rahul Gandhi, the vice president of the opposition Congress party, said Paytm stood for “Pay to Modi.”