Internet sites like Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Global Voices are providing a very rough first draft of history in the accounting of the bloody attacks in India.
While India remains popular with the top 50 outsourcing companies, vendors are progressively creating more bases in cities such as Chennai, Noida, Hyderabad, and Pune.
With 450 cities on the roster, the hacking collective takes its online protests to the streets.
Air India is investigating an incident in which a passenger claims that when she switched on the in-flight entertainment, the screen read: "Lie low... Sit down you idiot!"
After a medical student writes a mild message of protest on the social network, she is arrested for hate speech. She has now become the symbol of the country's intolerance of free speech.
The new flagship Galaxy S5 will capture the spotlight, but cheaper smartphones for emerging regions could really make a difference for Samsung this year.
The rapidly growing e-commerce site, which is based in New York, will increase its focus on consumers in India.
After onboard fires forced the FAA to ground the cutting-edge planes, there are now 50 Dreamliners sitting in 17 airports around the world awaiting the green light to fly again.
AT&T hack suspects arrested in the Philippines worked for terrorist group that funded deadly attacks on Mumbai in 2008, police say.
Even though it launched its Creative Commons video library just a year ago, YouTube is now hosting more Creative Commons videos than any other company worldwide.