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1995 days ago 0 comments Categories: Telecom Product Tags: Indian Market News
  Google is pushing Android heavily in India. Indian manufacturers like Spice and Micromax are part of Google’s grandiose Android plan. India which is typically neglected and left out of any global gadget launches is seeing its fair share of Android devices. As many as 33 Android phones launched in India in the past twelve months. Some very important trends have emerged by analyzing the specifications of these 33 Android phones. All the Android phones are 3G enabled phones with touch screens. Th
1995 days ago 0 comments Categories: Ideas Tags: Indian Market News
Telecoms operator capex still falling but poised for 9% rebound in 2011 Service provider (SP) capital expenditure (capex) has been hit hard by recent economic troubles, falling 8% in 2009 and on track for another 4% drop in 2010. Yet Ovum expects global SP capex to rise 9% in 2011, to $303 billion. SP revenues, after declining 2% in 2009, are growing again, slowly: we expect 2% growth in 2010 and 3% in 2011, to $1,854 billion. Pockets of strong growth exist, but telcos and vendors alike must
1995 days ago 0 comments Categories: Telecom Service Tags: Indian Market News
  A Close Look At 3G in India 3G networking is still in its infancy in India and given the sheer geographical size of the nation it will be difficult to provide universal coverage, ultimately because doing so would not be financially viable. However, in many areas 3G is becoming available due to public demand and since India is one of the fastest growing global markets for mobile internet connectivity, this is no surprise. Full 3G has only been available for a couple of years, but now it is pos
1995 days ago 0 comments Categories: Event Tags: Indian Market News
India’s tele-density reaches 60.99 with 723.28 million subscribers in September 2010 news   The number of telephone subscribers in India increased to 723.28 million as of 30 September 2010, up 2.39 per cent from 706.37 million in August 2010. With this, the overall tele-density in India touched 60.99, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) said in a release. The number of wireless subscribers increased to 687.71 million at the end of September 2010 from 670.60 million in August 2010
1995 days ago 0 comments Categories: Technology Tags: Indian Market News
People are increasingly getting more dependent on their mobile phones for the everyday chores. From keeping a reminder to remembering birthdays and anniversaries. With the introduction of smartphones in our lives, the dependency has just increased manifold and most of us prefer our little gadgets in hands to look for news than turning on the television. A survey conducted by American App developer Handmark reinforces the above notion. Of the 300,000 mobile users surveyed, 88 percent of them
1995 days ago 2 comments Categories: Others Tags: Facebook
  Who is the owner of Facebook? Court to decide   Bangalore: A 28 year old, Divya Narendra, son of an Indian immigrant doctor couple in the U.S., has moved to courtroom in battle with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. He believes that he, and not Mark Zuckerberg, came up with the idea of social networking website Facebook. Narendra, along with his former Harvard University classmates Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss, has charged Zuckerberg with stealing the idea they conceived over a year, w
2034 days ago 1 comments Categories: Event Tags: Updates
Tales of Indians who helped to build America Bangalore: India's caliber has never been of question, infact many of Indian brains have resulted in the development of the globe at large. Albert Einstein once remarked, "We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made." The country has already done it in the past amidst of all the criticisms that they face in the educational scenario. The tale of the significant pre
2034 days ago 0 comments Categories: Technology Tags: Updates
China builds World's fatest computer Beijing: Showing its strength to the world, China has develpoped fastest supercomputer.A Chinese scientific research center has built the fastest supercomputer ever made, replacing the United States as maker of the swiftest machine. The computer, known as Tianhe-1A, has 1.4 times the horsepower of the current top computer, which is at a national laboratory in Tennessee, as measured by the standard test used to gauge how well the systems handle mathematical c
2034 days ago 0 comments Categories: Ideas Tags: Cell phones edging out wrist watches in telling time
Cell phones edging out wrist watches in telling time London: Cell phones are edging out something as basic as wrist watches in telling time. One in seven people say they have "no reason" to wear a watch, according to a survey. The change has been attributed to the rising tide of time-telling gadgets in our possession - mobile phones, iPods and laptops. Most of those surveyed by market researchers Mintel said they relied on their mobile or PC, rather than a watch, to tell the time, reports the D
On Nov 10th Samsung's Galaxy Tab to hit India at 38000 New Delhi: Samsung introduced its Galaxy Tab, a 7-inch touchscreen tablet in India. India is among the three countries in the world where it is launching Galaxy Tab first. The device is powered by Android Froyo, the latest version of Google's operating software for mobile devices. Galaxy Tab is smaller and lighter It has the same speed processor but twice the RAM. Like the iPad, the Galaxy Tab comes with different options for internal st
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