Articles by Anderson
Mar 30, 2012
Pay TV piracy charges: Murdoch's empire strikes backRupert Murdoch, his lieutenants and his newspapers are all aggressively fighting back at allegations of facilitating piracy via a pay TV subsidiary. It is a key test of whether Murdoch can still rely on power and cash to quiet critics.
Mar 23, 2012
Airtel's Mittal wants Google to fund your YouTube addictionBharti Airtel chairman says people are getting a nasty shock on seeing their mobile phone bills, inflated by too much YouTube use. To cut your costs, he wants YouTube owner Google to pay up instead.
Mar 19, 2012
Apple's stock buyback and dividend plan panned by tech watchersApple's announcement was criticised for having a lack of imagination by technology industry watchers.
Mar 15, 2012
Assad's emails leaked: Is digital secrecy possible?The Guardian says it has some 3,000 emails of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his wife. In the age of WikiLeaks, it raises the question: is this the end of secrets.
Mar 14, 2012
SXSW tech conference: Homeless Hotspots campaign sparks outrageGiving homeless people hotspots for hire at the SXSW tech conference in the US has touched off a firestorm of criticism among tech journalists, but it raises the question: what does it take for us to confront difficult social issues.
Mar 13, 2012
Thank you Sibal! We are now enemies of the InternetIn its annual report on internet censorship, media watchdog Reporters without Borders have placed India "under surveillance" in part because of Kapil Sibal's pressure on social media companies to monitor content.
Mar 09, 2012
Why Britain's $35 Raspberry Pi is better than AakashIndia isn't the only country with a $35 educational computer project. Sites selling Britain's Raspberry Pi were taking 700 orders a second when it was launched this week. Can it succeed where Aakash has so far failed?
Mar 07, 2012
US Elections 2012: Romney fails to deliver knockout on Super TuesdayMitt Romney, the Republican Party frontrunner, won six of the 10 Super Tuesday contests, but his performance was seen as an indication of his weakness and divisions in the Republican Party.
Mar 07, 2012
iPad 3 or iPad HD: Sifting reality from the rumoursWith the next generation iPad soon to be released, we round up the rumours. The biggest bombshell is that we might not see an iPad 3 released tomorrow but rather a new model, the iPad HD.
Mar 01, 2012
Murdochs face long fight to save their media empireThe resignation of James Murdoch as head of News Corp's scandal-stained British newspaper business is the latest attempt to limit damage to the family. The battle isn't over the Murdochs as they fight to retain control of their empire.