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It’s a blog about technologies, not just the ICT – information and communication technology – that often subsumes the tech space, but also the developing technologies in genetics, robotics, or of the nano scale that are changing our lives. The power of technology lies in the vistas it opens up for businesses, consumers and governments, all the same time. But in India, of a billion plus people with glaring economic disparities, it is the disruptive power of technology that will play out in the years to come. We’ll bring you all the innovation, the market shifts, trends, and stories of the people behind them.

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April 15, 2014 15:20 pm by Ambadas Kshirsagar
Hello Manish, A very nicely illustrated article in simple words and easy to understand examples. It is important that existing systems continue to be compatible and effective though the newer ones are more efficient and capable. Redesigning a system involves lot of issues including challenges ...
April 15, 2014 15:15 pm by gleensmith
thanks for posting a good article on indian IT growth
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