Quality healthcare is out of the reach of most poor Indians, but for the middle class, some services are only a smartphone away.
It's Uber versus the rest of the world as competitors seek ways to consolidate their positions in markets from Los Angeles to Beijing.
The $109 billion conglomerate is turning to the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to support its ambition to become one of the world's most valued businesses.
Time Inc. is expanding its technology center in the southern Indian city to cut costs as print revenues fall, while ad spending rises on the digital front.
Apple is closing in on Samsung at a time the South Korean conglomerate is heading for its lowest profits in four years.
India will have 500 million unique mobile subscribers by the end of this year, according to a projection released by GSM Association, an industry lobby.
The South Korean company will invest almost $9 billion in a new facility as speculation continues that Apple's smartphone displays will be switched from LCD to OLED.
Indians are turning to Internet-based financial services to locate investments and loans beyond banks. This trend will only grow.
U.S. President Barack Obama is championing urgent measures on climate change, ahead of a global meet in Paris.
As competition ratchets up with Uber, India's ride-hailing network leader Ola has moved to consolidate its position.
Nestle has already started selling its Maggi instant noodles again in India, an important market for the Swiss company.
With ads on mobile phones accounting for a growing share of the revenue of Internet companies, retaining users is top priority.
The country's fast emerging e-commerce market has made retaining talent a priority and companies are finding clever ways to do so.
The move follows the European Court of Justice's decision to strike down a pact that allowed for the free flow of data between the U.S. and EU.
Fierce rivalry between India's brick-and-mortar and online stores means bargains for consumers during Diwali.
The Microsoft CEO, who was speaking at a company event in Mumbai, India, is working to ward off competitors in its new focus area of cloud computing.
More Indians are switching to smartphones, and many first-timers are buying 4G phones, as they become available in the $100 range.
Though its consumers have developed a taste for aspirational brands, the country's retail rules make it a difficult market for Apple to crack.
The Facebook CEO vehemently defended his Internet.org project at an event in New Delhi Wednesday.
The near absence of a victim-centered support system in India means young girls in poor families have few options for redress if they are raped.