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Orkut India: 3 times Facebook traffic
By Pulkit Sharma

ComScore, which collects facts and figures on the internet, has just released its research on the social networking websites in India. The report found visitation to the social networking category increased 51 percent from the previous year to more than 19 million visitors in December 2008.   Google’s Orkut, with its early entry in India, continues to dominate Facebook. More...

Silicon Valley unites against moral police
By Suneetha.B

‘Step Out, Stand Up, Stamp Out’ says the slogan, and this is Bangalore’s united protest against the moral policing by the self-proclaimed guardians of Indian culture.  Residents of India’s Silicon Valley, Bangalore, marched as one to protest attacks on women and our tolerant, secular culture. The  bashing of women in pubs sent shock waves in the Indian tech community. More...

Techie Love Story profits given to charity
By Suneetha.B

Symbols of undying love are rare!  Remember Eric Segal’s Love Story? Or maybe looking nearer home how about the Taj Mahal?  Well, when a techie decides to reveal his undying love for a girl, it an even more singular event. Yes, a techie who is a Project Lead in Infosys, Chandigarh has turned his real life story into a novel, in a process of catharsis of his emotions. More...

2009 IT spending will be negative
By Shalini Singh

American organization ChangeWave harnesses the views of its research network of 20,000 highly qualified business, technology, and medical professionals to predict what the tech markets will be like in the near future. Its members represent a broad cross section of vertical markets such as software, telecom, healthcare, energy and semiconductors. More...

Trekking club of techies by techies
By Sree

Exactly a decade ago, a Belgian born software engineer, Peter Van Geit, landed in Chennai to technically guide a team of young Indian IT professionals. A travel freak and trekking enthusiast, he soon bought himself a Royal Enfield Bullet 500cc bike and toured most of South India in his free time, clocking over 40,000km in the first 2 years. More...

600 Km Walk promotes Free Software
By ITBangbug

Zyxware Technologies, a Thiruvananthapuram based IT Company is organising a 600 km walk across Kerala to spread the message of ‘Freedom in Software’.  Starting from Kasaragod, the northern tip of Kerala on October 2nd (Gandhi Jayanti day), the walk will culminate in Thiruvananthapuram, the southern end of Kerala on November 14th (Children’s day). More...

Bangalore protests Software Patents
By Suneetha.B

Copyrights? Yes! Patents? No! The Free Software Users Group in India emphatically protested against a back door attempt to create patents out of what is considered at par with an art form in the field of IT, viz. software. They held a candle light vigil attended by more than a 100 people in Bangalore, on the 23rd August 2008 in front of the Town Hall in India’s Silicon City. More...

Indian Teens brainstorm cyber crime
By Pulkit Sharma

The net is one of the top technological advances to improve communications and our quality of life.  While some oldies still hesitate with laptops, the youngsters have taken to it like ducks to water. Like everything in life, there is a dark side to the net.  Perhaps the most evil are predators using the net to attack our children. More...

Bangladesh: Online opportunity?
By Yasmin Ahmed

India has umpteen commerce sites that we take for granted. I shop for books at one and look for bargains on clothes at another website.  And when come birthdays, even if you forget the occasion, you just need to go online and order a bouquet of flowers, no stammered apologies or hiding behind the newspaper anymore. Then there is eBay, where one can sell or buy ‘anything’ including your ex-boyfriend’s shoddy clothes. More...

Rescuing Celebrity website names
By Prashant Reddy

A couple of months ago distinguished cricketer Kapil Dev, at the function to inaugurate the .Asia domain names was quoted as saying:  “Yes, I lost out on securing and for myself”.  I was intrigued and outraged at the possibility of such an eminent cricketer not having access to his domain names, and decided to explore the legal options available to this ace cricketer. More...

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