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Suman Layak
April 16, 2009
Qualcomm is betting on its Kayak phonecum-computer device and Snapdragon chip to engineer a broadband revolution In India. Will it work?


Pradip Baijal
April 16, 2009
3G services could go a long way in driving broadband penetration in India. But the challenge is to ensure that the common man can afford the services.


Rahul Sachitanand
April 2, 2009
Two decades after entering India, Microsoft is changing tack. Though its renewed push has coincided with the economic slowdown, the changes in the company’s strategy are for the long term. Rahul Sachitanand reports.


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2009
This is Business Today’s Third Annual Listing of hottest start-ups and, pretty much like the two previous lists in 2007 and 2008, this listing is also completely subjective.


Rahul Sachitanand
October 30, 2008
MAA Advertising has ambitious expansion plans that will pit it against the big boys of the trade.


Rahul Sachitanand & Kushan Mitra
October 16, 2008
With the Indian IT market expected to grow at an estimated CAGR of 18 per cent over the next five years, foreign IT giants aren't just dominating the market, they're opening up new segments and setting the agenda for some categories. Rahul Sachitanand and Kushan Mitra tell you about the twists and turns.


www.businesstoday.in
August 6, 2008
A 3G policy gives telecom players something to look forward to.  The telecom companies are betting on 3G’s far more efficient net-works to handle the growth of voice telephony, which is expected to reach 750 million Indians by 2011.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2008
Yes, but it won’t be before 2009, says Gartner.


Pallavi Srivastava
November 27, 2007
In April this year when AOL launched its India portal, many said it was quite late in coming to India (compared to global rivals like Yahoo, Google and MSN, or even Indian players like Bennett Coleman’s Times Internet and rediff. com).


By Amit Mukherjee
July 16, 2007
With revenue from 'voice' falling, operators need more value-added services such as streaming video and mobile commerce to keep surging. But first they must wait for additional spectrum.


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