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India’s First IT Mystery Thriller
By Suneetha

He calls it the Tale of Techies, and paints an inner world of IT workspaces. Sundip Gorai’s debut novel ‘Hickory Dickory Shock’ releasing in December is a “high octane drama - a fusion of mystery, cipher trail, corporate war, romance and satire, painted against the backdrop of the Indian IT Industry.”  IIT graduate Gorai has held a number of senior positions in the tech sector. More...

How Salman Khan got his website
By Bala Shah

USA-based  Salman Khan graduated from Harvard Business School and has had successful stints as a Technical Architect at Scient and as a Senior Product Manager at software giant Oracle.  He has also held key roles in the VC sector. Salman is also an internet phenomenon having launched the online Khan Academy which is a not for profit online NGO that provides free education. More...

Mumbai startup invited to USA
By Bala Shah

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...

A Life in Science: The Scian
By Suneetha

Selvakumar Ganesan mentions in his website that he was born in the year the first Indian satellite Aryabhatta went into space. It’s perhaps this connection with the universal nature of science that Selva honours by his Scientific Indian, a collection of speculative fiction from various Indian authors. He studied computing and has worked as a techie. Techgoss speaks to Selva. More...

Change Agent award for Gayatri
By Suneetha

New Delhi based techie and social worker Gayatri Buragohain has been honoured as a “Change Agent” by the Anita Borg Institute of Women and Technology, USA at the Grace Hopper Conference, held at Atlanta, USA.  This recognition celebrates the accomplishments of technical women from developing countries who are working in their community to attract and support women in tech. More...

Indian 3 among Top 50 Apps in Asia
By Suneetha

Accelerate 2010, held in Singapore in Sept, 2010, was a 2 day tech and mobile industry event which attracted some 2,000 international attendees. It endeavoured to pinpoint Asia’s most innovative web and mobile apps by discovering Asia's Top 50 Apps. Three from India are in the list.  The top ten among them will win a number of prizes including a 3 month stay at Silicon Valley. More...

Tech boss wins Snake Boat Race
By Resmi Jaimon

While the men and women who head India’s IT-ITES are often in the news for bagging big deals and the wins after the implementation of tech projects, few have the same success in the sporting field as well. Quadra Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd Chairman Joseph Philip recently captained the team which won India’s most popular boating event – the Snake Boat race at Alleppey, Kerala More...

Serious Men is a serious success
By Suneetha

When a well-paced piece of general fiction appears with plenty of science in the backdrop, it’s almost always a thriller; or else the author was once a techie. But Manu Joseph, who is now riding a wave of popularity and success with a debut novel ‘Serious Men’, is a journalist. Publisher John Murray has signed up the book’s UK and Commonwealth rights excluding India and Canada. More...

How Fake IPL Player stopped hackers
By Resmi Jaimon

Few Indian blogs have captured the imagination of cricket loving India more than the Fake IPL Player.  Launched in April, 2009, in synch with the IPL matches; the Fake IPL Player soon attracted a readership running into hundreds of thousands.  National print and TV media covered the blog in great detail.  In August, 2010, the blogger unmasked himself as ex IT-ITES employee. More...

Wastage in US $82 Billion IT budget
By Asha in USA

The United States Government spends $82 Billion a year on IT.  And if a US-based Government watchdog is to be believed, a lot of that is wasted. Public Resource is a registered nonprofit with the  motto of making Government information more accessible. Carl Malamud, the  President and Founder of Public Resource, is the author of 8 books and numerous national Digital awards. More...

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