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Why hasn't India produced a Google or a Facebook?

China has produced majaor tech companies like Huawei, Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, Lenovo and Xiaomi. Where are India's blockbuster tech products and global tech companies? ICT veteran Manoj Chugh, the Global Head for Business Development (Enterprise Business) at Tech Mahindra, explains why India has not been doing much 'visible' innovation for the whole world to see.

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CLOUD COMPUTING

Apple blames leaked nude celebrity photos on 'targeted attack'

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DATA CENTER

Acronis sets up four new data centres in Asia and Europe

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IMAGING AND PRINTING

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INDUSTRIES

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INTERNET

Appeals court clears Yelp of claims that it fixed reviews

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MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Is Microsoft right -- does Cortana cleans Siri's clock?

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NETWORKING

Sony joins AllSeen Alliance to push for common ground in IoT

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OPERATING SYSTEMS

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SECURITY

Celebrity nude photos scandal a wake-up call for cloud users

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STORAGE

Microsoft begins dropping OneDrive's 2GB file size limit

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