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India issues new security rules for phone operators

India has relaxed some of its security rules for telecommunications operators and equipment suppliers, after earlier rules that required equipment makers to deposit software source code with the government came in for criticism.

Satyam sets up testing center for MasterCard

Satyam Computer Services is setting up a business applications testing center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for payments company MasterCard, reflecting a growing interest among customers to sign up new business with the Indian outsourcer as it recovers ...

Google Street View in India faces challenges

Google started collecting data for its Street View project in Bangalore on Thursday, but is being very careful not to run into controversies about privacy or government concerns about security, a company executive said.

New U.S. bill requires ISPs to keep 18-months records

A bipartisan <a href="http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/052511_Smith-Wasserman%20Schultz.pdf">bill</a> introduced on Wednesday in the U.S. House of Representatives will require Internet service providers to retain subscriber information for up ...

Infosys served US subpoena on B-1 visas

Indian outsourcer Infosys Technologies said that it received a subpoena on Monday from a U.S. grand jury to provide certain documents and records in connection with the company's use and sponsorship of B-1 business visas.

Intel sees opportunity from Asian data center boom

Intel’s sale of chips and related products to data centers is growing by over 20 percent year-on-year in Asia-Pacific, on the back of increased data center capacity creation in China, South Korea, and Australia, a company executive said.

Top Indian politician to be arrested over India telecom scam

Kanimozhi Karunanidhi, a high-profile Indian politician and member of Parliament, is likely to be arrested later on Friday, after a special court in Delhi denied her bail in connection with investigations into the irregular allocations of 2G license ...

Liberty Media offers to buy Barnes & Noble

U.S. bookseller Barnes &amp; Noble might have found a buyer. On Thursday the maker of the Nook e-reader said it has received an acquisition proposal from media conglomerate Liberty Media.

Israel, Iran announce strategies to counter cyberthreats

Israel is setting up a national task force to expand the state's ability to defend vital infrastructure networks from cyberterrorist attacks by foreign countries and terrorist elements, according to a <a href="http://www.pmo.gov.il/PMOEng/Communicati...

HP reporting results early after memo leak

Hewlett-Packard advanced to Tuesday morning the release of its results for its fiscal second quarter ended April 30, after an internal memo, warning of a tough current quarter, leaked to the media.

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