India to become world's most promising tech innovation hub
by Sohini Bagchi    Jul 24, 2013
Despite certain structural issues, India has outpaced Israel, US and China to become the world's most prospective location where IT innovation can flourish, says a KPMG survey.
Nanotechnology will transform healthcare landscape
by Sohini Bagchi    May 27, 2013
Category : Interviews
T K Padmanabha, CTO, Wipro Infotech, India & Middle East, discusses Wipro's innovations in healthcare with a particular focus on nanotechnology.
U.S.-based inventors lead world in nanotechnology patents
by Reuters    Feb 15, 2013
Nanotechnology involves manipulating matter that's measured at the tiny "nanometer" length level.
Is the shine of Bangalore as IT city, wearing off?
by p b    Jul 21, 2011
Category : Case Studies
Technology : none
Bangalore was regarded as the city that beckoned the rich and the famous. Until now, it was a favoured destination for technology companies. Today, with its depleted green cover, crawling traffic, dug up roads and a messy infrastructure; is it still as a
Is your agency doing enough Scenario Planning?
by Hilton Barbour    Feb 22, 2011
Technology : none
Derived from classic military tacticians, Scenario Planning came into vogue when Royal Dutch/Shell started using it as a core strategic development tool for the entire organization
"IT is not a science but an application"
by Manu Sharma    Dec 23, 2008
Category : Interviews
Technology : Infrastructure
How will nanotechnology help IT industries? Nanotechnology will help redesign the way computer and devices function. In fact, Karnataka has benefited by large IT companies coming in. What have been the recent advancements in science &...
Will Nanotechnology Transform IT?
by Manu Sharma    Dec 11, 2008
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Even though it has already bringing in radical changes in the fields of healthcare, textile, paint, rubber, automobile industries, but lately also seeing advances on the IT front. Talking to CXOtoday, Ashok Kumar Manoli, principal secretary...
IBM Emblazons Its Self Assembly Nanotechnology
by CXOtoday Staff    May 03, 2007
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
IBM today unveiled the first application for self-assembling nanotechnology to conventional chip manufacturing. It has used a natural pattern process to create insulating vacuums around nano scale wires, packed next to each other in every...