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The Maverick Brings Tech to NGOs
By Nina Mukherji

Harshad Oak has always chosen the road less travelled. After completing Computer Management in 2001 he worked for IT firms like I-flex & Cognizant for about two years.  But he’d always felt a strong urge to venture out and do something on his own. He wrote tech based articles for many newspapers and magazines and even managed to get a number of certifications under his belt. More...

Indian Android Developer Contest
By Nina Mukherji

Webonise Lab, a Pune based startup, is creating waves in the mobile apps space. Their mobile development arm Mobinise is set to launch an India specific mobile app store for Android phone users. This Android app store called “AppBazar” will have a strong ‘Indian’ flavour – right from Bollywood Masala apps to cricket and even religious apps. Pune has nourished many startups More...

GTech welcomes SmartCity accord
By Kerala IT News

GTech, the Group of Tech Companies in Kerala, has hailed the agreement reached between the Govt of Kerala and representatives of the Dubai Govt for the SmartCity Kochi project. GTech says that the determination to sort out all outstanding issues and the State Cabinet’s ratification of the agreement almost immediately thereafter sends out positive signals to the all investors. More...

TG interviews TheAshes on Twitter
By Nina Mukherji

Hundreds of millions of Indians are glued to every cricket match.  The Ashes Test cricket series between England and Australia is followed by millions in both countries.  But cricket has never taken roots in USA.  In a sweet twist of fate, an American Ashley Kerekes, who had never held a cricket bat till Dec 2010, found thousands of cricket lovers following her Twitter account. More...

Indian Freelancer makes $922,716
By Bala and DJ

International website Freelancer has expanded outsourcing to a micro level. To date, over 890,000 projects have been posted on Freelancer, from projects as simple as designing a website ($200) or logo design ($30) through to as obscure as designing a functional Dune Buggy ($268) and composing a Rap song to help Chinese students learn English ($102).  It is a huge hit in India. More...

What went into making of MalCon?
By Sameer and DJ

Mumbai hosted the MalCon conference on Dec 3.  On its site, it describes itself as ‘the world’s first platform bringing together Malware and Information Security Researchers from across the globe to share key research insights into building and containment of the next generation malware’.  Being the first of its kind of public conference, it drew much international attention More...

Zozolo CEO:  US trip was great
By Bala and DJ

US-based social, digital and news site Mashable is among the top 10 blogs in the world.  Founded in 2005, Mashable gets more than 30 million page views a month and is one of the most influential sites on the internet. Under the Radar is a one-day showcase of hand-selected disruptive companies in a particular sector. Under the Radar alumni include: LinkedIn, AdMob and Flickr. More...

Techie helps preserve memories
By Suneetha

Our dear ones will leave us some day, but is there any reason their memories should also vanish? The legacies we amass in most cases die away because do not know how to keep them alive. Techgoss speaks to Sumit Chowdhury, techie and IIM alumni, whose venture My Life Chronicles (MLC) will help us do just that. MLC is a secure, hassle-free memoir writing and biography service. More...

Techie writes The Wake Up Call
By Sharada Balasubramanian

Today, young Indian authors are on the rise, especially books by young techies and their lives at their workplace.  Saptharishi Suresh has authored a book titled ‘The Wake-up Call’ published by Frog Books. With about five years in the IT industry, Suresh now works for Cisco in Bangalore. Suresh was always keen on writing and penned his first story in Tamil at the age of nine. More...

Mozilla: $100 Million revenue
By Bala Shah

The Open Source software movement is one of the greatest idealistic collaborative efforts of the modern world.  Highly skilled techies volunteer their time and specialized skills to create systems and products like internet browser Mozilla Firefox.  Firefox is a great browser and best of all it is free. Its latest version has been downloaded by more than 125 Million users. More...

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