Sony has signed a deal with major cable TV operators in the U.S. that will pave the way for digital televisions that can receive cable programs without the need for a set-top box.
Google helps police in Pune, India to arrest an user who allegedly posted vulgar information against a top Indian leader.
Yahoo plans to offer structured search on user queries, that will help e-commerce applications.
InstaColl, a company co-founded by Sabeer Bhatia of Hotmail fame, has introduced an online office productivity suite.
Microsoft unveiled three new Zune models and an online music community.
Microsoft's Office Live Workspace will let you work on Office files remotely, using the Firefox Web browser.
Scott McNealy expects mobile phones running its JavaFX Mobile software will help bridge the digital divide.
Google is in talks with Indian government to allay concerns about Google Earth images of Indian defense and other installations.
Pervasive Software closes down its operations in India, and many more under-sized operations may follow.
Apple has decided to shut down a technical support center in India it established in April.
Apple is setting up a technical support center in Bangalore, India, according to a report in a local daily.
The Delhi High Court granted bail on Tuesday to Avnish Bajaj, the chief executive officer of Baazee.com India Pvt Ltd., a Mumbai-based subsidiary of eBay Inc.
Industry organizations and legal experts are criticizing the Friday arrest of the chief executive officer of eBay Inc. subsidiary Baazee.com India Pvt. Ltd. in connection with the sale of a pornographic video CD (VCD) on the Indian portal site.
Articles by John Ribeiro