New rules in China will hinder normal operations for big data companies with international presence, including Indian IT companies investing in China, and the customers who use their data.
U.S. companies should worry about increasingly complicated requirements under the Chinese Network Security Law. Are there any lessons for India?
China, along with private investors, will spend as much as ₹10.67 lakh crore over the next few years growing the country's semiconductor industry.
The government plans to spend ₹4.27 lakh crore by 2020 on 17 wafer fabs, but most projects face big challenges getting access to advanced technology.
And the Chinese market is dominated by domestic brands and manufacturers; the only foreign vendor is Tesla with its Model S, ranking number 19.
The company plans to set up a total 1,000MW green energy plants between 2014 and 2019.
nuTonomy plans to launch a widely-available commercial robo-taxi service in Singapore by 2018.
A microsatellite developed by IIT-Bombay students awaits launch next month by the ISRO from Sriharikota.
The two plants will produce enough energy to power 227,500 homes in the country, and will displace over 204,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.
The solar farm is touted as the biggest PV scheme to date completed under the Domestic Content Requirement (DCR).