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Anti Microsoft protest fizzles out
By Techgirl

Many Americans dislike unions, and they have had very little traction in tech companies. With a global recession looming, Microsoft, like other heavyweights, announced that it would reduce its head count by 5000 over 18 months. Quite separately, Microsoft said that it would cut the wages of all temporary workers by 10 percent. A protest against the pay cut has fizzled out. More...

Bangalore Support Group for Pink Slips
By ITBangbug

Today, the most dreaded word in the IT Industry is ‘Pink Slip’. Every time there is a new Meeting Request or a phone call from the HR, you wonder if it’s your turn? That seems to be the scenario in many IT Companies, especially ones that aren’t doing well. And once you get a pink slip, your entire world crashes and there is no clue as to what to do next, how to proceed? More...

Interviewer challenges Hotmail founder Sabeer Bhatia
By DJ Varma

Hotmail founder Sabeer Bhatia is one of India’s tech heroes.  Born in Chandigarh to a middle class armed forces family, Sabeer was a brilliant student and made his way to Caltech and Stanford University.  After a short stint at Apple, he thought up the brilliant idea of Hotmail which launched in 1996. Microsoft bought Hotmail for $400 million and the rest is history. More...

Techie Test Lead robbed in tech hub
By Rahul Kumar

Stephen Johnson, a Test Lead with Polaris Software Labs Limited, Gurgaon was robbed by five armed miscreants when he was on his way to see his friend after office hours at 9.30 in the evening. The robbers snatched American and Indian currency, his wrist watch, mobile phone and ATM cards before fleeing in a Toyota Innova.  The booming tech hub is a magnet for criminals. More...

Tech Company CEO takes $290000 pay cut
By Pulkit Sharma

Hewlett Packard, like most tech companies, is feeling the chill winds of a global recession.  The first quarter (ending Jan 31) net income has dropped by 13 percent and revenue targets have been not been achieved. America was the only place which saw a revenue increase of 11 percent.  Revenue from emerging economies like India, China, Brazil and Russia fell by 22 percent. More...

HCL asks techgoss blogger to remove post
By Bala Shah

Is prolific Techgoss contributor Techgirl is trouble?  She has made many frenemies within techgoss and in the general IT/BPO sectors.  Techgirl called our Editor “boring and dull” and labeled Techgoss as Trashgoss in her blog.  She declared her crush for Genpact boss Pramod Bhasin and posted ‘unauthorised’ wedding photos of Hotmail founder. Now she faces a legal warning. More...

Matrimony ad: Software engineers please excuse
By John Abraham

Techies getting flustered about pink slips is no longer news; it has been reported by every news media and blog in the world. Recession is here; they know it and expect certain things to happen as the world economy got the jitters last year. But when it comes to marriage, especially the Indian ‘matrimonial market’, software techies did have a special status. No longer More...

Cybercity cops investigate fake laptop thefts
By Rahul Kumar

Police investigating large-scale thefts of laptops in Cybercity Gurgaon are confronted with a peculiar problem of fake registration of such cases by the techies. According to the police officials, about 25 percent of the complainants (who are generally Information Technology workers), falsely report missing laptops just to get compensation from the insurance companies. More...

Truck kills techie before Valentine engagement
By Anita Arora

A SAF programmer employed with American company, Inventiv International, died on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway on Saturday evening when an out of control speeding truck rammed into the rickshaw he was riding. The 27 year old deceased, Jagdishwar Rao who was to get engaged on February 14, Valentines Day, was on his way to see his friend when the mishap took place.  More...

Tech Company shames ex workers to pay up
By Shalini Singh

Sasken, started in 1989, employs 3500 people in Bangalore, Pune, Chennai as well as Finland and Mexico. Sasken offers a combination of research and development consultancy, wireless software products and software services, and works with Network OEMs, Semiconductor Vendors and Operators across the world.  Sasken has now published names of ex employees who owe them money. More...

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