New chip packaging and testing business
Foxconn is teaming up with Indian software and engineering firm HCL Group to set up a chip packaging and testing business in India in a deal worth $37.2 million.
Gender diversity set back years
Tata Consultancy Services’ (TCS) decision to end its work-from-home policy is pushing its female employees to quit.
You don't need China
India has put $2.1 billion on the table to attract makers of laptops, tablets and other hardware to the South Asian nation as companies look to diversify supply chains beyond China.
China was much better
Apple's attempts to move its production from China to India got a swift kick up the bottom line after it discovered that more than half the cases made in the Indian plants were being rejected.
Worried about US colonialism
India is developing a national operating system (OS) in a bid to reduce its reliance on foreign software and enhance its digital sovereignty.
China getting too problematic
Fruity cargo-cult Apple wants to shift its production to a place where it will have less trouble with the authorities and has settled on a place which is great for worker pay and conditions -- India.
China gets problematic
Foxconn will invest $19.4 billion to make semiconductors in India and will work with the mega mining outfit Vedanta to make it so.
Apparently, they can declare people’s political affiliation
India’s IT minister has dared to take on the fake penis experts and those with bogus PHDs who alter reality to match their own sad model of the universe on Wackypedia.
Dark side of the Pune
Indian law enforcement has taken to hacking PCs to plant false evidence so they can arrest and jail those who might not like the state much.
An Israeli private investigator currently behind bars in the US used Indian hackers to conduct surveillance operations for ultra-wealthy Russians, a court has been told.