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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...

Epic desi browser: 5 Lakh downloads
By Sameer

Princeton Uni educated Alok Bhardwaj worked as a Mergers & Acquisitions Investment Banker before starting his own New York City based educational services firm. Alok then moved to Bangalore, India to start Hidden Reflex which specializes in software development.  Hidden Reflex launched the first Indian browser named Epic with many special features for the large Indian market. More...

Mozilla: subcontinent contribution
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...

Parul Mittal: Heartbreaks & Dreams
By Resmi Jaimon

While IIT trained Chetan Bhagat is a household name after the success of his books Five Point Someone, One Night at the Call Center and 2 States - The Story Of My Marriage, other IIT graduates have also won critical acclaim for the magic of their words. Indian techie and IIT Kharagpur alumni Farahad Zama won international acclaim for ‘A marriage Bureau for Rich People’. More...

Facebook boss dances at desi shaadi
By Bala Shah

Facebook is the hottest social networking site in the world with more than 500 million members.  In India, it is well on its way to dominating Google’s Orkut. Facebook was founded by billionaire Mark Zuckerberg who is one of the most influential people in the world. In 2008, Techgoss had offered a reward of Rs 10,000 for details of Zuckerberg’s secret visit to India. More...

Portrait of a Spiritual Techie
By Suneetha B

Dr. Kavita Chandrasekhar is a software engineer by profession and a spiritual teacher by choice. She holds workshops with Ishdeep Sahni (also a techie turned spiritual teacher and co-creator of I emanate) across the globe aiming to empower people looking for spiritual, personal or metaphysical answers.  Kavita spoke to Techgoss about her move from a binary to a spiritual world. More...

Another billionaire donates fortune
By Sandhya

A number of technology gurus have done much philanthropic work in the past.  David Packard of Hewlett-Packard was highly regarded for giving a large part of his fortune to charity.  But Microsoft founder Bill and his wife Melinda Gates set new standards for charity and public service when they announced they would give away more than 95 percent of their fortune to charity. More...

Reddit: We have a financial problem
By Ria Sharma

US-based, like Digg, is a site where anyone on the internet can provide content.  And the Reddit community votes to decide what is good and what is garbage.  The more votes a submitted article/link gets, the more chances it will make its way to the front page and consequently international exposure and attention. Reddit is hugely popular in India and Pakistan. More...

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