Sree Sreenivasan on how he keeps up with technology, and the digital transformation that India is going through and his unique role at the City of New York.
Five reasons you should take the Reliance Jio juggernaut seriously
Jio is expected to kick off a massive price war in both voice and data tariff on a scale that we haven’t seen since Tata Indicom introduced per second billing back in 2009.
Monster Central: Dispatches from India’s largest Pokéwalk
When the hordes descend into the heart of Connaught Place, New Delhi’s business district, on a gloomy Sunday evening, it …
Amazon Prime is now available in India
The subscription service, which will cost Rs. 499 a year to anyone who signs up for a free 60-day trial on Amazon’s website starting today, will include unlimited one-day and two-day delivery with no minimum order size in over 100 Indian cities.
Win sleep back: Four tech hacks to hit the sack when nothing else works
Get busy sleeping or get busy trying. What are you waiting for?
India’s only all-woman rural newspaper has a new challenge: cracking digital publishing
Khabar Lahariya has been a print publication made for and by women in rural India for 15 years. Now, it is taking on a new challenge: cracking digital publishing and distribution.
All the crafty ways Indians are using to get around the ad-blocker ban on news websites
Dear India, it’s time to have a conversation about broadband data caps
In the raging discussion about 4G and getting a billion unconnected Indians online, we have lost sight of the dismal state of wired broadband in the country.
Web publishers need to come up with ad formats that don’t frustrate readers
Ultimately, it all boils down to one thing: the current model of display advertising that Indian publishers use is broken and unsustainable in the long term.
India’s deaf and blind community finally has a news app it deserves
It’s a tall order to get India’s mainstream publishers to care about audiences who are visually impaired or deaf — so there are others who are stepping up to the plate.
Turn off ad-blockers or don’t read us, say top Indian publishers
India’s leading news websites have been jamming hideous roll-over and banner ads on their pages for years, but if you …
The government just relaxed FDI norms, which means India can now have Apple stores
The government just relaxed foreign direct investment rules in single-brand retailing. Which means Apple can now finally open its iconic stores in India.
Inside Pete Lau’s audacious plan to rule India’s Android market with the OnePlus 3
It’s 10 am on a Monday morning in May and Pete Lau, the 41-year-old CEO of OnePlus, is huddled with …
Rajeev Chandrasekhar wants you to know that his position on net neutrality has been extremely consistent, thank you very much
Rajeev Chandrasekhar was angry. The independent Rajya Sabha MP had spent most of his evening glued to his iPhone trying …