Renjith Mathew

Renjith Mathew

Tiruvalla, Kerala, India / Vice President at Cochiken Info Systems Pvt. Ltd.
Renjith Mathew
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India’s first defence satellite all set for launch

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By increasing the flow of information, mobile phones improve productivity and efficiency, and open up new markets and new kinds of business.

By increasing the flow of information, mobile phones improve productivity and efficiency, and open up new markets and new kinds of business.

The data centers that keep the Internet running require an incredible amount of electricity every year ... and they waste most of it.

The data centers that keep the Internet running require an incredible amount of electricity every year ... and they waste most of it.

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Home internet can be accessed a variety of ways -- these are the important differences.

Amazon announced Wednesday it was launching Kindle in India, the world's second most-populous country, as the e-reader continues its international expansion.    More than 1 million e-books are no

Amazon announced Wednesday it was launching Kindle in India, the world's second most-populous country, as the e-reader continues its international expansion. More than 1 million e-books are no

Three-quarters of the world - including many in developing countries - now has access to mobile phones, according to a new study.

Three-quarters of the world - including many in developing countries - now has access to mobile phones, according to a new study.