Consolidation and strategic alliances have become the order of the day in the Indian mobile telephony industry.
Motorola's much-awaited flagship phone, Moto X, will hit the Indian mobile market Wednesday, 19 March. Moto X will be available in the country through Flipkart from tomorrow at the starting price of Rs. 23,999.
The media circuit is rife with rumors that Apple Inc. will be announcing an 8-gigabyte version of its not-so-popular iPhone 5c smartphone as early as Tuesday.
In the wake of extremely alarming growth in the number of cases of violence against women in India, the country’s main opposition political party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched an Android application which promises to keep women safe at all times.
Another China brand smartphone is due to hit Indian mobile market later this month. Chinese technology giant, Gionee is reportedly gearing up to launch its flagship smartphone Elife S5.5 in India on March 30.
The competition in the Smartphone market in India is heating up. The latest to jump on the bandwagon is InflexionPoint, an investment and acquisitions company promoted by former Apple Inc. CEO, John Sculley.
Embedded within a phone cover, the health monitoring device, dubbed Wello, has hidden sensors that can track your six vital parameters- blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, electrocardiography (ECG), blood oxygen and lung function- within seconds.
Twitter’s micro-video messaging service Vine has officially banned all sexual activities that people post on the platform.
The Nokia X line of smartphones that run on Google’s Android operating software will be available in India by the end of this month.
It''''s election time in India and just about everybody is involved in the event; be it political parties, advertising agencies, the hoi-polloi, IPL organizers or industry associations. The social networking giant Facebook is also gearing up to track mentions of candidates and political parties throughout the election period.