A low-cost laptop being developed by the Indian government in tandem with two leading Indian education and research institutions will cost US$100 when available, and not $10 as was earlier stated by the government.
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Wipro, India's third largest outsourcer, reported soaring growth in revenue for the second quarter, but profit did not keep pace, growing more slowly than last year.
Research In Motion (RIM) has said it is unable to give the Indian government access to messages sent by its enterprise clients over the BlackBerry service.
Novell's Suse Linux at the desktop is unlikely to be popular with consumers in the next three to five years, according to Novell President and CEO Ronald Hovsepian.
Yahoo has teamed with Computational Research Laboratories (CRL), a lab run by India's Tata Group, to offer supercomputing facilities free to academic institutions in India that are researching large scale computing, particularly around Apache Hadoop, an open source distributed computing project of the Apache Software Foundation that Yahoo supports.