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1967 – kids queue up around the block in feverish anticipation of the new Beatles’ album, Sgt Pepper.

2014 – kids queue around the block in feverish anticipation of the new iPhone 6. 49 more words


Smaller cities emerge as potential destinations for IT firms : report

Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Kochi and Kolkata have emerged as the leading alternative delivery locations for information technology-business process management (IT-BPM) services behind India’s top cities in the last five years. 132 more words

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Five key points made by Google top exec Sundar Pichai during India visit

Google Inc.’s senior vice president (Android, Chrome and apps) Sundar Pichai is considered to be one of the leading mobile experts in the world. Pichai, originally from Chennai, is also rumoured to be a top contender for the top job at the tech giant. 127 more words

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Towards a consolidated, virtualized IT environment

In the increasingly global, complex and accelerating business environments that enterprises operate today, performance matters more than ever. Customers are looking to drive more out of their existing IT infrastructure while trying to build unique differentiation for business operations with their system implementation.Whether customers are considering performance as raw application speed, as cost efficiency, or as reduced complexity, they are always looking at ways to improve their IT architecture to deliver applications faster and more effectively. 181 more words

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Rise in data breach hits customer loyalty

Less than 1 percent of all of the data breaches in the second quarter happened to networks that used encryption or strong security platforms to protect the data. 226 more words

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Asia-Pacific, Middle East new focus areas for IT services firms

Indian software services exporters have begun sharpening their focus on countries like Japan, China, Malaysia, Australia and those in the Middle East, given the growth potential of these markets. 254 more words

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MediaTek to invest $200 million in India, unveils R&D center in Bengaluru

Chipmaker MediaTek Wednesday opened a new R&D facility at Bengaluru and said that it will invest $200 million in India over the next few years to boost R&D capabilities towards developing affordable solutions for the surging super-mid market. 106 more words

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