Waking up at the crack of dawn to wait in a long, snaking line for the newest iPhone...fuggedaboutit! CNET's Sumi Das tells you how people are paying for stand-ins. And we meet one hardy soul who's been camping out since Monday morning.
What started with the Indian services industry's attempts to attract talent through women-friendly policies now extends to all parts of the equality agenda.
Eclectic mix of cities worldwide will challenge today's best-known outsourcing centers in China and India, according to a new report.
New research shows that instead of cutting staff, IT leaders are leveraging new technologies like virtualization and cloud computing to deal with reduced budgets.
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.
Novell has laid off 250 workers. These people should have been writing more open-source software.
An Indian trade body warns continuing "turmoil" in U.S. financial markets will have a negative effect on Indian outsourcing firms.
CNET News.com's Reporters' Roundtable reacts to the Infosys CEO's predictions for the future of outsourcing. Hear the group discuss what could happen next.
Sure, Silicon Valley has more engineers doing R&D work than any other region. But if you're looking for the runner-up, you'll have to go to India.
Company hopes new tools will make it easier to offer large numbers of tasks on Mechanical Turk, an Internet service that links jobs with people who can do them.