We found lots of such pranks doing the rounds. But not all of them were crappy. Here’s a look at some interesting ones we found on the web.
Online retailer Amazon is trying to push Kindle sales in India using a tried and tested method: Equated Monthly Installments.
ISPs have told the Government that they will not be able to verify whether users are over the age of 13 while using social networking sites like Facebook.
The number of user data requests made by the Indian Government to Google dipped marginally from 2,691 toward the second half of the year.
Decathlon has written to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) for the go-ahead to sell its products online from its stores.
The Competition Commission of India has fined Google Rs 1 cr for not supplying information to the commission which is investigating the search giant for alleged abuse of market dominance.
Over 10 anti-FDI small trader associations from various parts of the country have decided to trade on eBay’s marketplace platform
Google has revamped its election page. The new version is the homepage for the ‘Pledge to Vote’ campaign launched by Google.
The private sector bank has introduced a new feature called JiFi banking that lets users receive banking updates via Twitter.
The Congress party has just released its election manifesto. Interestingly, there is significant emphasis on the use of Information and Communication Technology to drive inclusive growth.