India Post to Reinvent Itself to Facilitate E-Commerce Push

India Post is reinventing itself to cater to the burgeoning e-commerce services industry in the country by setting up data centres, arming the postman with handheld devices and implementing software for facilities like cash on delivery (CoD).

Zoho Now Offering Free .in and Domains to Businesses in India

Zoho, an online business and IT company, on Wednesday announced that it will be offering .in and domains to micro, small and medium sized businesses in India, bundled with basic versions of its suite of application

India Post Eyes $9 Billion E-Commerce Business; Promises Live Tracking

Eyeing $9 billion business opportunity in booming e-commerce business, India Post, which has the biggest network and serves the last mile, is boosting its infrastructure for real-time tracking of parcels through satellites using a new technology. The

Now Book Auto Rickshaws in Bangalore via Ola Cabs

Ola (formerly Ola Cabs), after launching services in Nagpur, has started a pilot on-demand auto rickshaw service in Bangalore. The company announced the news on Twitter on Tuesday, saying, “Yes, it’s true. Bangalore autos are now on

Google Search Can Now Be Asked to Roll a Die, Apart From Flip a Coin

Users can now ask Google Search to roll a die on their Android smartphones and tablets, apart from their desktops, providing a quick and easy way to get a random result and take a chance. The feature

More Goa Government Websites Hacked: Police Cyber Cell

Six more Goa government websites were hacked on Tuesday using a Palestine-based server, the police said. The governor’s website was said to have been hacked by Pakistan-based hackers three weeks ago. The websites of the Chief Electoral

US Court to Revisit Order to Remove Anti-Islamic Film From YouTube

A U.S. appeals court will reconsider whether Google Inc must remove from its YouTube video sharing service an anti-Islamic film that sparked protests across the Muslim world. Earlier this year a three-judge panel on the 9th U.S.

Nokia Networks Appoints Ashish Chowdhary as Chief Business Officer

Telecom gear maker Nokia Networks on Tuesday appointed Ashish Chowdhary as chief business officer who will lead its global customer operations. The appointment will be effective from January 1 next year and Chowdhary will report to Nokia

Google Going Where No Search Engine Has Gone Before: Amit Singhal

Google search guru Amit Singhal believes the search-engine of the future will be “a perfect personal assistant” knowing what you want, when you want it. Although people can travel to the moon’s surface without leaving their armchairs,

Facebook reports 24 % rise in United States government requests for user info since mid 2013

Social network site Facebook says that requests by governments for user data increased by 24 % from the second half of 2013. CNET reports that during the first half of the year, the social network received 15,433