Social networking giant Facebook on Thursday pulled the plug on its controversy-ridden 'Free Basics' programme in India, days after telecom regulator Trai barred operators from charging discriminatory rates for Internet
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has distanced himself from the controversial comments on India made by social media giant's board member Marc Andreessen, saying they were "deeply upsetting" and did not represent the company's thinking.
French IT major Capgemini will complete integration of business with IGATE, which it had acquired in a $4-billion deal, by June and said that none of the 88,000 jobs in
Silicon Valley venture capital partners Marc Andreessen and Benedict Evans set off a global tweet storm by criticising India’s decision to block a free internet service from Facebook, then suggesting
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Expressing disappointment on India’s decision on net neutrality, Facebook founder and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg has said he is committed to keep working to break
Telecom equipment maker Nokia (the erstwhile Nokia Siemens networks) and IIT-Madras have partnered to create technology solutions that will enhance broadband connectivity in rural India.
Expressing disappointment on India's decision on net neutrality, Facebook founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg has said he is committed to keep working to break down connectivity barriers in India and around the world.
Trai bans differential data pricing, giving boost to net neutrality, the issue that triggered a big controversy, with Airtel launching its Zero platform, which would allow service providers to offer certain basic internet services to consumers for free.
Internet brand Lycos said it would acquire TriTelA Gmbh, an Austrian company that owns the asset mysms messenger and the tech platforms, SPH Wien and Kika Social.
Taking a jibe at the Modi government, former minister and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said policies like 'Make in India' and hatred cannot go together as he asserted that
Android is a new operating system for mobile phone announced in 2007. With the mobile phone market witnessing a boom, global search engine Google has
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMax) is a wireless digital communications system. WiMax can provide broadband wireless access
- Touch-screen phones
Mobile handset market will see a paradigm shift towards touch-screen devices. The handset market is already flooded with number of touch-screen
- Mobile no. portability
Indian mobile subscribers will have the luxury to to retain their mobile telephone numbers when changing from one mobile network operator to another.
- Internet explorer 8
Windows Internet Explorer 8 will be the latest version of explorer. At present, it is in the beta stage and will be available for users by 2009. In