Apple iPhone 5 Tops 5 Million, But Shares Fall Amid Supply Constraints

Apple posted record sales of its latest iPhone 5, selling over five million units in the first three days since its availability in stores. But analysts claimed that what seemed to be blockbuster sales for the tech firm was instead a lower-than-expected figure that sent the company's shares tumbling. Sep 25, 2012

Infosys to Buy SAP Firm Lodestone for ₹19.32 bln

Indian multinational software provider Infosys on Monday announced its plans to acquire Zurich-based Lodestone Holding AG for CHF 330 million ($350 million), in a move that would make the outsourcing powerhouse one of the key players in the global SAP business. Sep 10, 2012

Google on Petty Fight with Student over YouTube-MP3

Philip Matesanz, a young student from Germany, might not have dreamt in his wildest dreams when he launched a website three years ago that big tech giant Google Inc would haunt him, but he fears for the worst now as he has been asked to shut down his site or face the "legal consequences". Sep 7, 2012

Bold, Brazen, Futuristic Cars Built by Teens Succeed the Test Run

Teenagers can be a rowdy bunch while having fun, but they can be genuinely be creatively cool when challenged. This has been proven time and again by Shell's Eco-Marathon that showcases the youthful talents and vigour from across the globe can be focused for the greater good. Sep 7, 2012

Coalgate: CBI Swings into Action on 5 Companies; Files FIR

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday filed first information reports against five companies in connection with the alleged irregularities in the coal allocation and is set to conduct nationwide raids in ten cities. Sep 4, 2012