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In India, seeking avenues for growth

There's no standing still in a competitive global market--just check out the tech action in Bangalore. Photos: Tech gets to work in India

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There's no standing still in a competitive global market. In Bangalore, that means a rush of resumes for every job posting as high-tech companies scramble for advantage.

India enters the networking market

PC manufacturing went overseas years ago. Now networking gear is getting more of an Asian flair.
May 5, 2005

PCs in India: There aren't many

blog Not yet, that is. But momentum is building to get hardware in more hands. The keyword is "affordable."
May 5, 2005

Intel developing server chip in India

blog Engineers are designing a processor for the server market in India, a first for the chipmaker.
May 5, 2005

India launches mapping satellite

Satellite can track every house and street in this nation of more than 1 billion people.
May 5, 2005

Million-resume madness

reporter's notebook Amid country's high-tech boom, you've got about a 1 percent chance of getting a job at Infosys.
May 4, 2005

Photos: Living the good life at Infosys

If you manage to get a job at the Bangalore company, you can enjoy a pool and a mirrored building shaped like a pyramid.
May 4, 2005

Boom times in Bangalore

perspective CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos dodges cables as he discovers why India's Silicon Valley is the petri dish of the new tech order.
May 4, 2005

India's Dishnet pushes for nationwide Wi-Fi

Company seeks to be country's largest Wi-Fi provider, with a rollout of 6,000 hot spots in 38 Indian cities due in two years.
May 4, 2005

Outsourcing giant Wipro eyes consulting gigs

Indian firms have taken over quite a bit of software development from the U.S. Now, they want to become the guys in the blue suits.
May 3, 2005

Photos: Tech gets to work in India

Bangalore and other subcontinental cities are the place to be for a growing number of Indians working in high-tech fields.
May 3, 2005

India wants Intel chip plant

The country's IT minister is set to meet with Intel's top brass to encourage chip giant to choose India over China.
May 3, 2005

Creating electricity with wind and wire

Discovery by Indian scientist could lead to highly efficient gas sensors or wind generators without moving parts.
May 3, 2005

VeriSign opens research center in India

Company will spend $6 million this year in India, says the country is important because of its fast-growing domestic telecom market.
May 3, 2005

previous coverage

U.K. backpackers heed call of India firms

British companies are hiring backpackers to work in India-based call centers to try to bridge culture gap between agents and customers.
April 28, 2005

Starting up with offshore help

blog Do U.S. software start-ups that farm out tasks such as research and design to India contribute to a job drain?
April 26, 2005

Insecurities over Indian outsourcing

Arrest of former call center workers in India for account theft reignites controversy over the safety of shipping sensitive data overseas.
April 26, 2005