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GSMA to expand stolen mobile registration system

The GSM Association (GSMA) is planning to expand its stolen mobile phone verification system to Colombia and other countries, GSMA LatAm Sebastian Cabello said, reports Teletime. Mexico recently introduced the "Nos Importa" ("We Care") GSMA inspired ... Telecompaper, 1 day ago

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ZTE N919D Launched Exclusively On eBay For Rs. 6,999

ZTE recently launched their new mobile phone N919D exclusively on eBay India. The smartphone is up for sale at Rs. 6,999 which also includes the bundled free unlimited mobile data rom Reliance CDMA valid for three months. The ZTE N919D is a dual-SIM ...
 Techtree2 weeks ago Fly Mobiles launches three new smartphones, starting at Rs. 2,999  Digit.in1 week ago Xolo Budget Phone With 4.5" Display, DTS Audio Launched  NDTV23 hours ago ZTE launches dual-sim N919D smartphone for Rs 6,999 at eBay India  Jagran Post3 weeks ago
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MWC 2015: Gionee unveils slimmest Dual SIM phone

Chinese smartphone maker Gionee on Monday launched its new flagship phone the Elife S7 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. At 5.5mm it will be the world's thinnest smartphone with dual SIM card slots. The phone will be launched in India on ...
 MSN Canada2 days ago MWC 2015: Gionee Elife S7 Announced!  EFYTimes.com3 days ago Gionee Announces Its Latest Ultra Smartphone ELIFE S7 at Mobile World Congress 2015  TickerTech.com3 days ago MWC 2015: Gionee Elife S7, slimmest Dual SIM phone, coming to India on Apr 3  Indian Express21 hours ago
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Gender gap revealed in access to mobile phones

(IANS) / 3 March 2015 Report says women on average are 14 per cent less likely to own a mobile phone than men while it is 38 per cent in South Asia. ...
 Khaleej Times2 days ago 1.7 bn women in emerging economies do not own mobile phones  ProKerala.com2 days ago GSMA announces results of New Mobile Phone Gender Gap Survey  The Marketing Site3 days ago '1.7 Bn Women In Emerging Economies Do Not Own Mobile Phones'  Silicon India19 hours ago

MWC 2015: Sony Xperia M4 Aqua waterproof Android phone launched

Sony has unveiled the Xperia M4 Aqua Android smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This, alongside, the Xperia Z4 tablet, are the only two Android devices shown off by Sony at MWC 2015 so far. Considering that the M4 Aqua has been ...
 Digit.in3 days ago Sony XPERIA Z1 (C6906) - Android Phone - GSM - $705.99  TigerDirect.com4 days ago Thinner than thin - meet the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet  GSMArena.com4 days ago

Proline SP4: Smarter phone for the budget conscious

At the higher end of the spectrum, Microsoft has been rolling out Nokia Lumia phones as the benchmark for their mobile OS. With the Proline SP4, you get the user-friendly functionality of the Windows Mobile platform, without the burden on your ...
 MWEB1 week ago 11 Best Feature Phones & Smartphones That Fit Every Budget  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Gemalto now says spies didn't get mobile phone encryption keys

After an internal investigation, Gemalto said hacks on its network didn't breach separate infrastructure protecting SIM card encryption keys SIM card maker Gemalto has dismissed recent reports that U.K. and U.S. spies obtained encryption keys ...
 Computerworld1 week ago Gemalto says spies probably didn't steal mobile phone encryption keys from it after all  Tech World Australia1 week ago
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Centre bans mobile handsets with fake, duplicate identity numbers

"GSM mobile handsets with duplicate IMEI or fake IMEI & 'CDMA mobile handsets' with duplicate ESN (Electronic Serial Number)/MEID (Mobile Equipment Identifier) or fake ESN/MEID are added to the list of 'Prohibited' items for import," Director General of ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Indian Government bans imports on mobile handsets with duplicate IMEI numbers  Fone Arena1 month ago Govt bans mobile handsets with fake, duplicate identity nos  Rediff.com1 month ago Government Bans Mobile Devices With Fake IMEI Numbers  Techtree1 month ago

Xiaomi violating High Court order, claims Ericsson

Swedish telecom firm Ericsson on Thursday claimed in Delhi High Court that Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi Technology was violating its interim order by selling handsets which do not have chipsets of Qualcomm Incorporated. The counsel for Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson told Justice Jayant Nath that Xiaomi was violating a division bench order of the court, allowing the Chinese company to sell and import till today (February 5) only those handsets which have Qualcomm processors. "Xiaomi is ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Xiaomi allowed to sell Qualcomm-based handsets till Jan 8  Rediff.com2 months ago HC allows Xiaomi to sell Qualcomm-based handsets till Jan 8  Deccan Herald2 months ago

EU bets on 5G to catch up in mobile technology race

An attendee uses his mobile phone to photograph a screen projecting information during a keynote speech at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona March 3, 2015. Credit: Reuters/Albert Gea (Reuters) - The European Union is looking to ...
 Reuters2 days ago European Union bets on 5G to catch up in mobile technology race  Khaleej Times2 days ago EU pins hopes on 5G  IT Web1 day ago
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