Sony Tablets Fail to Impress on Price, Hardware
Microsoft Tracks Customers Without Consent
Microsoft allegedly tracks the location of its mobile customers even after users request that tracking software be turned off, according to a new lawsuit. The proposed class action, filed in a Seattle federal court on Wednesday, says Microsoft intent
4G, 3G to Grow Parallelly in India: Ericsson
Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson on Thursday said that the fourth generation (4G) services for wireless communication will not effect the existing 3G services and the two will grow parallelly in the country.
Finance Ministry For Special Purpose Vehicle SPV Model To Build Rural Broadband Network
The finance ministry has asked the telecom department not to entrust state-owned BSNL with the Rs 20,000-crore project to build a national broadband network to take high-speed internet to the hinterlands.
Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi to Merge LCD Operations
Japan's Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi will merge their liquid-crystal display (LCD) operations using $2.6-billion of government-backed funds to fend off growing competition from rivals in South Korea and Taiwan.
Technology to The Aid of Nature
A few days ago, 250-odd students from Anand Niketan, a higher secondary school in Shilaj on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, were busy fastening radio frequency identification (RFID) tags to saplings.
Apple TV to Come to You in 2012
After taking the smartphone and tablet markets by storm, Apple is planning to dominate the living room with yet another slickly-designed user-friendly device - an Apple TV. According to multiple reports Apple intends on revolutionizing the TV market
Websense Unveils Cloud Service in India
The US-based enterprise infotech security company Websense has introduced its cloud-based solution for domestic companies in India. It will offer cloud-based security-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions to Indian companies, facilitating locally hosted secu
Infosys Unveils Cloud Apps
nfosys, India's second largest outsourcer, is offering business platforms on a subscription model from the cloud, as part of its strategy to focus on intellectual property to boost revenue.
iPad Lessons for Indian MPs
India's labyrinthine bureaucracy has long been renowned for its reliance on paperwork, with even basic transactions needing triplicate forms, stamp certificates and endless information recorded in hand-written ledgers.