India Chip Chat
2/16/2012 4:00 PM EST
Several weeks back, a Palo Alto-based venture capitalist specializing in semiconductors said partnering with Israel rather than with U.S. or Taiwanese companies would be a great idea.
post comment 30 comments last comment escher
Building a few long range missiles and launching 1-3 satellites a year by Government entities that ...
12/8/2011 2:05 PM EST
Four years ago when I attended the first Bangalore Nanotechnology event, there were a handful of startups led by fresh engineering graduates from India.
post comment 9 comments last comment Vivek Patel
500 companies in India that are active in the area of Nanoscience & Technology along with their ...
3/23/2011 12:52 PM EDT
Preferring metal sheets to silicon chips, billionaire investor, Warren Buffett, in his maiden visit to India said he would rather invest in software or chewing gum industries than semiconductor industry.
post comment 6 comments last comment ikingtang
it is really headache in hardard, but software, very powerfull in Bangalore. we are from ...
3/13/2011 1:58 PM EDT
Early March, AMD announced in Bangalore, the launch of the AMD Radeon HD 6990, which the company claims "the fastest graphics card in the world." What role did India play in that?
post comment 3 comments last comment defendor
Hey Tippu, don't you ever get sick of writing this india propaganda? I mean really... how retarded ...