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Bangalore internet outage issue: cable operators get 3-day notice on 'illegal' cables

Bengaluru has been witnessing heavy internet outages in the last couple of weeks disrupting work of several IT firms located in India's Silicon Valley. BBMP had gone ahead with their OFC cutting drive in areas of Outer Ring Road like Sarjapur Road, Whitefield, Marathahalli, Bellandur, and Sarjapur in East Bengaluru since last month.

Smartphones are doing to websites what Amazon did to the mall

The latest trends show that users ensure smartphones do much more than run social media platforms. This move is similar to the one seen after Amazon established itself as an e-commerce platform.


Maharashtra: Harisal village set to get internet access

At present, 350 villages in the backward and malnourished districts of Melghat and Dharni are totally cut off from the mainstream telecommunication.

More access to Internet makes people feel dumb

Researchers found that people were less likely to rely on their knowledge when they had access to the Internet. The Net has also made it less acceptable to say you know something, but turn out to be incorrect.

Internet growth slows; most people still offline - UN report

UN study says Internet growth has slowed and most people are still offline

Quarkson's solar-powered drone plans to provide cheap WiFi

A Portuguese startup that aims to use solar-powered drones to provide wireless internet access to offline areas of the world claims to have successfully completed its maiden test flight.


All hopes are not lost on Nokia as store clocks 2 billion downloads

Indiagames and Reliance games have emerged as top developers.

IIT-Kanpur deliberating on restricting internet access

Authorities say there is a negative effect on students academic performance due to internet access.

Internet a basic need like air,water and food for youth: Survey

Internet access seems to have become a basic need,ranking behind air,water,food and shelter for at least for 33 per cent of the respondents to a global survey by networking giant Cisco.

'Internet,a key to romantic relationships'

'Adults who have Internet access at home are more likely to be in romantic relationships,' says a study