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Why hasn't India produced a Google or a Facebook?

China has produced majaor tech companies like Huawei, Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, Lenovo and Xiaomi. Where are India's blockbuster tech products and global tech companies? ICT veteran Manoj Chugh, the Global Head for Business Development (Enterprise Business) at Tech Mahindra, explains why India has not been doing much 'visible' innovation for the whole world to see.

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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RESOURCE CENTRE

APPLICATIONS

Cotap, a WhatsApp for the enterprise, links with cloud storage providers

Cotap, a startup launched last year that provides a WhatsApp-like messaging service for the workplace, has integrated its product with four leading cloud storage providers and released a desktop app, as it jockeys for position in the enterprise communications market.

CLOUD COMPUTING

How to explain the cloud to end users

'Nobody understands the cloud,' says a lead character in the summer comedy 'Sex Tape.' The cloud and cloud computing have become an essential part of IT infrastructures -- but could your employees use a Cloud 101 primer? Put another way: Do they really know where they're putting sensitive data?

DATA CENTER

Hackers summon 'CDRDos' attack against Australian data centre using supertool

Reflection attack smorgasbord.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Hands on with Casio's Exilim FR10 wearable camera

The FR10 detaches from its screen for remote shots.

INDUSTRIES

Report: Apple wearable on track for September debut

The big reveal for Apple's first wearable device may be just a couple weeks away, according to one reporter with a strong track record for Apple product timing.

INTERNET

Netflix open sources internal threat monitoring tools

Netflix has released three internal tools it uses to catch hints on the Web that hackers might target its services.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Apple's 12-inch iPad makes no sense at all!

Apple intends introducing a 12.9-inch iPad model, and there's some who may think doing so makes no sense at all. They're wrong. Here's why.

NETWORKING

Toss routers with hardcoded passwords, expert says

A Chinese manufacturer's routers that contain a hardcoded password that can be used to open a 'backdoor' should be thrown away and replaced with more reputable gear, experts say.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

This more-powerful Raspberry Pi competitor is totally free

Wishing your Raspberry Pi had more power for all those hardware hacking projects you have planned? There's a new barebones board on the market that may better fit your needs, and right now you can sign-up for your chance to get it for free.

SECURITY

New malvertising campaign hit visitors of several high-profile sites

Some visitors to several high-profile websites last week were redirected to browser exploits that installed malware on their computers because of malicious advertisements on those sites.

STORAGE

Seagate's monstrous 8TB hard drive is the most spacious storage yet

If you're looking to pack a massive amount of storage into your PC, the best you can do these days is 6 terabytes--as long as you're willing to shell out close to $300. But there may soon come a day where you can get a whopping 8TB stuffed into a single hard drive.

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BLOGS

Physical Layer management in 10G to 40G/100G Ethernet migration

Physical Layer Management systems and the ability to migrate.

New Windows Phones will be swamped by the iPhone 6, Samsung Note 4

Microsoft's timing couldn't be worse: It's expected to announce one or two new Windows Phones on September 4, just one day after Samsung will reveal the Note 4 phablet, and five days before Apple shows off its newest line of iPhones.

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