Notable Thoughts : Tuesday Edition

The boom in India now heard overseas - Los Angeles Times
Foreign investment in India may double in 2008 for the second straight year to reach $30 billion, the government forecasts, as the world's second-fastest-growing major economy arrives at what Lehman Bros. calls its takeoff point. That's when consumer demand and business spending start feeding off each other and drive even more investment.

Saloni Malhotra among best young entrepreneurs - Rediff
The runner-up in the competition is Saloni Malhotra, founder and CEO of DesiCrew Solutions. A graduate of Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering in Pune, near Mumbai, Malhotra launched her company last February.

Microsoft Trains 200000 Teachers in India - PC World
Microsoft has trained 200,000 teachers in India on the use of computers, ahead of its original target to train 80,000 teachers in the country during the five-year period ending December this year, it said.

Neat vintage computer photos from the Core Memory Project
The photos in Mark Richards’ Core Memory Project reveal technology’s evolution through the computer collection at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley.

Google revamps iPhone applications suite
Search giant Google announced a series of improvements to its Grand Prix integrated iPhone software suite, debuting an improved user interface alongside revamped Search, Gmail, Calendar and Reader mobile applications.


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