|Hackers Find China Is Land of Opportunity|
BEIJING ? Name a target anywhere in China, an official at a state-owned company boasted recently, and his crack staff will break into that person?s computer, download the contents of the hard drive, record the keystrokes and monitor ...
Building roads in Africa? Send in the troops
(CNN)-- As Africa celebrates the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Organization of African Unity, the focus of the celebrations is renewing Africa's vision for continental unification as envisaged by its founding fathers such Kwame Nkrumah.
A fate worse than death for scores of African women
But in a culture where a woman's status and dignity is decided by her ability to provide a husband with multiple children, it can be a fate worse than death. "Obstetric fistula" is a mouthful. But to these women, it's much more than just a ...
Tiny Mall Kiosks Make a Surprisingly Big Impact
Typically bound by short-term leases, displaying products made by others, and run by first-time entrepreneurs with limited capital, shopping mall carts and kiosks have long been considered an unsophisticated small-business underclass. More ...
Mass. boy, 12, takes care of brother?s ?unfinished business? to win National Geographic Bee
But the younger brother triumphed at their school bee three years ago when he was in fourth ... Sathwik won a $25,000 scholarship, a trip to the Galapagos Islands and a lifetime membership in the National Geographic Society. The finals will be televised ...
With wary eye on the U.S., China courts India
By Frank Jack Daniel and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, smiling and effusive, was out to smooth ruffled feathers in India this week, promising to ease tensions and increase trade between Asia's fastest growing economies in his first trip overseas since taking office. "China will make your dream come true," Li told a banquet hall filled with Chinese and ...
Tablet Usage among India SMBs Will Continue to Skyrocket
In the immediate future, India small and medium businesses1 indicate a rapid anticipated growth trend for tablet acquisition. A deep-dive analysis of the India SMB expenditure on these devices shows that small businesses are the major contributors to this accelerated spending, outpacing their medium business counterparts.
Google India bets big on small businesses with affordable apps
With the aim of making it easier for small businesses in India to reap benefits while working in the cloud, Google India has announced its new affordable pricing for Google apps.
Google India Slashes Apps Pricing By 45 Percent
New and existing customers in India will now pay Rs 150 per user per month, or Rs 1,500 per user per year for the Google Apps