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Idealistic techie biker rides for a cause
By Suneetha

Riding solo from Bangalore and back, he rode 7000 Kilometers in twenty one days covering 13 Indian states. He is a techie and a traveler who is crazy about bikes and supporting idealistic causes. Meet Prabhu who says ‘I ride for a cause’ and ‘I Ride against poverty’. His motor cycle diaries have been scripted on twitter at prabhuns. More...

Indian filmmakers win $107,000
By Suneetha

Sapna Shahani and Angana Jhaveri are literally ‘women with a dream’ as their names indicate. They have won the prestigious MacArthur Digital Media and Learning Competition of 2009 worth $107,000 to pursue their dream of offering an online presence for low-income women from across India on their unique digital platform WAVE. More...

Harvard Study: Men use social sites to eye girls
By Techgirl

The Harvard Business School is consistently rated among the top 3 MBA institutes in the world.  Its alumni have gone on to run some of the most successful tech businesses in the world.  Home Minister Chidambaram is a graduate.  The flip side of the coin is that many Harvard MBA’s were also intrinsically involved in the biggest business failures in USA. More...

US Engineers paid more than other professionals
By Shalini Singh

Even as outsourcing and recession result in job losses and salary cuts in USA, American engineers (with Bachelors degrees) still get paid more than local economists, accountants and most in the medical profession.  In fact, American Aerospace, Chemical, Computer and Electrical engineers lead the starting and mid career salaries among all professions.  More...

Intel Guru Ajay Bhatt: TV Ad made me rock star
By Suneetha

Intel is the dominant chip player in the world and controls 80 percent of the $40 billion market.  Intel chips have stood the test of time and rugged conditions and drive most of the pc’s and laptops in the world. Recently, Intel launched a multi-million dollar advertising blitz starring an Indian born Intel Fellow and one of the most respected executives in USA. More...

Greenpeace to rate Indian Techie bosses
By Suneetha

Greenpeace, the global environment warrior NGO, has hosted a challenge to the IT world, a Cool IT Challenge! In this ‘Climate Change Campaign to Greener Electronics’, Greenpeace tells the IT industry that ‘It’s No Time to be Sleepwalking!” and has just assessed the green credentials of the leadership of IBM, Oracle, Dell, Microsoft and other international companies. More...

BPO-Sutra: From Web 2.0 to Literature 2.0
By Suneetha

Sudhindra Mokhasi is riding a wave, a book wave! Chetan Bhagat did introduce us to ‘One night @ a call centre’, but Sudhindra does more, and he brings us a whole tapestry of true stories from the BPOs in his book BPO-SUTRA, which has sold 10, 000 copies in just a month.  Techgoss interviewed Sudhindra Mokhasi, former VP of MphasiS and currently CEO of e-Sutra Chronicles. More...

A Day dedicated to Lady Bloggers
By Suneetha.B

Heard of Ada Lovelace? No? Or is it yes, and can’t place her? Okay, what about Charles Babbage? Ah, does that ring a bell? Well, Augusta Ada King or the Countess of Lovelace, or the English poet Lord Byron's only legitimate child was one of the world's first computer programmers. This techie pioneer wrote the very first description of a computer and of software. More...

Techies lose election battle but win hearts
By Suneetha.B

The results of the Karnataka state assembly elections are out and the winners are celebrating while the losers are still in deliberations on what really went wrong. Techgoss had followed the odysseys of two techies Ravi Krishna Reddy and TS Chandrashekar into politics. Here is what happened to their first ever performance at the husting. More...

Honest Techie loses symbol in Karnataka elections
By Suneetha.B

Ravi Krishna Reddy is a disappointed man. A goof up by the authorities may cause him to lose the election which he was contesting to the Karnataka State Assembly from Jayanagar, Bangalore. Reddy was allotted the election symbol of the ‘nagara’ or the drum. The campaign in India is usually focused on the symbol, and Ravi too went round appealing to the voters of his constituency to vote for the ‘nagara’. A few techies had volunteered to be with him and they had gone round till the last moment appealing for the ‘nagara’. More...

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