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Innovation makes the world better—and more innovation equals faster progress

Innovation makes the world better—and more innovation equals faster progress

By Bill Gates I am a little obsessed with fertilizer. I mean I’m fascinated with its role, not with using it. I go to meetings where it’s a serious topic…

“Indian biotech sector has a very large opportunity to aim and achieve its goal of $100 billion”

“Indian biotech sector has a very large opportunity to aim and achieve its goal of $100 billion”

 In Conversation with Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Biocon Chairperson and MD We have announced the setting up of a centre of excellence (CoE) for advanced learning in applied biosciences. The centre — Biocon Academy —…

Unsolicited commercial emails should be labeled to combat cyber issues

Unsolicited commercial emails should be labeled to combat cyber issues

By Cris Painter, U.S. Department of State’s Coordinator for Cyber Issues We need to be clear that when we’re talking about spam or we’re talking about unsolicited commercial email, not…

Education should be child centric and not the curriculum

Education should be child centric and not the curriculum

PTI Rooting for reforms in education system, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on said reforms need to be child centric so that children can pursue their own dreams and aspirations. Referring…

Shutdown Effect: US tech spending growth slows to under 4% in 2013

Shutdown Effect: US tech spending growth slows to under 4% in 2013

By Andrew Bartels The Congressional juveniles with their calls for big Federal budgets cuts, tolerance of Federal government shutdowns and flirting with Federal debt defaults have been put back into…

“mHealth has great implications for the nations”

“mHealth has great implications for the nations”

By imparting best in the class technological solutions that help the future generation imbibe quality services in mobile, data, gamification and cloud;  [x]cube LABS is writing a new chapter in…

Order after chaos

Order after chaos

By Amit Baruah It’s a bit of a crawl on sections of the inner and outer Ring Roads in Delhi. A tunnel boring machine has begun work in the South Extension…

“India has not paid much attention to urbanisation”

“India has not paid much attention to urbanisation”

HYDERABAD, OCT 21:   India needs to do more work towards urbanisation and improve infrastructure as it may witness another 300 million people living in cities and towns in the…

Mobile Internet access is driving new wireless revolution

Mobile Internet access is driving new wireless revolution

By Jonne Soininen, Broadcom Communications Finland, ICANN I’m going to talk a little more about the technical nature — what is importance of mobile broadband and mobile Internet access and what are…

RBI mulls more continual bank licencing mode

RBI mulls more continual bank licencing mode

RBI has already come out with a discussion paper on the banking sector in India, on which the regulator has invited comments from stakeholders. In order to expand the reach…