- May30By PTI
India-born CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella on Monday said developers and entrepreneurs from India are playing a key role in driving innovation -- both in the country and outside -- and the company wants to be the platform for creators here.
With the finance ministry rejecting waiver of mandatory local sourcing for Apple Inc to set up single-brand stores in India, the commerce ministry on Monday said it will again push the case of the iPhone maker and a consensus decision should be reached soon.
- May19By PTI
Singapore Technologies Telemedia will acquire 74 per cent stake in Tata Communications' data centre business in India and Singapore for about Rs 3,150 crore.
Apple Inc on Thursday announced the opening of a new office here that will focus on development of maps for its products including iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch.
- May18By PTI
US tech giant Apple Inc on Wednesday announced setting up a software laboratory in Bangalore to support startups and developers working on the company's iOS platform as its chief executive
- May08By PTI
The country's e-commerce sector is expected to see revenues of $120 billion by 2020 from $30 billion at the end of last fiscal, a report said.
The increase would be
- May03By PTI
Apple sees a “huge market potential” for its products in India and the technology giant is “really putting energy” in the country which will begin rolling out high-speed wireless networks this year, CEO Tim Cook said.
Google has acquired a business technology start-up founded by an Indian-origin entrepreneur as part of its plans to scale training offerings for Google Apps to its customers and customers' users.
- May02By PTI
IT major Wipro, along with Saudi Aramco and Princess Nourah University (PNU), on Monday inaugurated Saudi Arabia's first all women business and technology park (WBP), which is expected to create nearly 21,000 jobs by 2025.
- Apr27By Yoshita Singh, Press Trust of India
India presents a "really great opportunity" for Apple but slow networks and the informal retail structure there is preventing the tech giant from realising its full potential, its CEO Tim