‘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.
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.
The rocking success of Flipkart established that e-commerce had come of age in India. A close look at the medium from where Flipkart receives orders suggests that m-commerce is the next big thing in India.
Apple Inc has not divulged anything about iPhone6 but the cat is out of the bag.
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.
Apple Inc., manufacturer of the iconic iPhone, has categorically stated that it will aggressively strive to grow in India. The company launched the iPhone 5C to appeal to the masses, indicating that Apple wants a larger pie of the smartphone market.
Uninor, one of the telecom service providers in the crowed Indian market space, has decided to play the volume game.