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Indian finalist at CISCO contest
By Resmi Jaimon

CISCO, with the largest share of the global network equipment market, earned revenues of $11 Billion for the 3 months ending May, 2010 which was  25 % higher than 2009. The Cisco I-Prize, worth $250K, is an open, global competition where anyone can submit ideas for Cisco’s next business success. Techgoss interviewed Sanjith Yeruva who has made it to the finals of this contest. More...

Indian followers of Top Twitterers
By Sandhya

Social media monitoring and analytics technology company Sysomos monitors blogs, Twitter, social networks, Wikis and other media to work out what happens on the net. Using this collated data, Sysomos clients have access to consumer sentiment, geo demographics and competitive intelligence.  Its latest report on the top Twitterers shows some have substantial following in India. More...

Online NGO helps Cyber victims
By Resmi Jaimon

Even as Indian private sector IT, BPO and Telecom firms have made the country a digital super power, the Government infrastructure lags behind.  Except for a handful of States, Indian police do not have the skills and budgets to take on cyber crime. Most victims of cyber crime, especially women, find themselves helpless. NGO CCVC steps in to offer assistance to such victims. More...

Kickstart $ for India Projects
By Shalini Singh

Kickstarter is a great idea to fund creative ideas and ambitious endeavors.  It says it is based on the premise that a good idea, communicated well, can spread fast and wide.  And that a large group of people can be a tremendous source of money and encouragement. The Kickstarter website raised more than $200,000 for a new Facebook open source alternative known as Diaspora. More...

India browser breakup: IE6 rules
By Shalini Singh

StatCounter is a free online visitor stats tool that has been in operation for more than a decade and allows its users to monitor the number of hits to their website; the geographical location of visitors; the various pages a visitor views; keywords used to find the site plus other features. StatCounter has just released a report about web browser usage in most countries. More...

Only 3 US Security breaches linked to India?
By Bala Shah

In Feb, 2010, NASSCOM released a report which detailed how the Indian IT and BPO exports had touched 50 Billion dollars in the last year and will experience double digit growth this year.  According to NASSCOM, Indian IT-BPO has 51 % of the global outsourcing market. The IT-BPO sector accounted for 5.9 % of India’s GDP. More...

USA IP Alliance:  thumbs down to India
By Bala Shah

Despite some flaws, capitalism has proved to be the only system that has brought material prosperity to India.  One of the essential elements of capitalism is respect and reward of the men and women who own copyright.  The trick is to find a balance between copyright and the immediate need to help the poor. More...

India asked Google to remove content 142 times in 2009
By Sandhya

Google has always set high standards for itself when it comes to the question of supporting ordinary citizens against their Governments.  While Google is not perfect, it is clearly the most enlightened among internet companies.  Only Google had the courage to stand up to the totalitarian Chinese regime. More...

Arjun Basu wins prestigious Twitter award
By Suneetha

Arjun Basu is a Master of micro-fiction on Twitter.  Canada-based Arjun’s ‘Twisters’ or short stories told via the 140 character limitations of  Twitter have become so popular that he recently won the Literature category of the Shorty Awards set up to honour the ‘best individuals and companies’ on Twitter. More...

US Govt: $1000 for papers on Cyber Security
By Sandhya

A recently concluded competition organized by PayPal gave $50,000 in cash and another $50,000 in waived transaction fees to the best application which could be used on its payment system.  An ongoing Nokia competition ‘Calling All Innovators’ gives a first prize of $30,000 to the best application for its phones. More...

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