‘Facebook for every phone’, an application designed for simple mobile phones, is now used by 100 million people globally, the US social network giant Facebook said Monday.
A hacker had a sneak-peek into Apple's developer website!
Chinese mobile behemoth ZTE unveiled six smartphones in the Indian market Thursday. As a departure from earlier strategy, ZTE has launched these smartphones under its own brand name.
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) imposed a fine of INR 1 crore (approximately US$166,000) on Internet search engine behemoth Google Inc. for not cooperating with the antitrust agency.
Microsoft announced Thursday that it has started offering the Office suite for Apple’s iPad. The US technology titan has customized the Word, Excel and Powerpoint Apps for Apple’s iPad. What’s more, the Office software suite is now available for free for the iPad users!
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.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) may be a late entrant in the Indian compact sedan category, but the second largest carmaker in India plans to play the ‘catch up’ game in this segment.