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Kellton Tech Develops Mobile Solution for NASSCOM India Leader...

Kellton Tech has custom-developed a mobile solution for NASSCOM India Leadership Forum (NILF) 2016 to be held in Mumbai on February 10th ... Money Control, 1 hour ago

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Oppo to invest Rs 100cr in starting manufacturing plant in India

MUMBAI: Chinese mobile handset firm Oppo today said it will invest Rs 100 crore to start its own manufacturing unit in India by August this year. "We have long term plan for India. We will invest Rs 100 crore to start our mobile manufacturing unit ...
 Times of India1 week ago OPPO Starts Selling 'Selfie Expert' F1 in Delhi  Silicon India20 hours ago Oppo eyes NE growth  The Telegraph1 week ago Oppo to Open Own Manufacturing Plant in India by August  NDTV1 week ago
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BlackBerry launches its first Android smartphone Priv in India

Canadian mobile manufacturing company BlackBerry on Thursday unveiled Priv - its first "secure" high-end smartphone powered by Android for Indian market here. With a unique sleek design and touch-sensitive keys that allows users to swipe, scroll ...
 Sify1 week ago A Glimpse of Latest Smartphone Launches This Week  Silicon India2 hours ago BlackBerry launches first Android-based smartphone in India  Prokerala1 week ago BlackBerry launches its Priv smartphone in India, but it will cost a premium  Neowin.net1 week ago
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Net neutrality: India against Facebook's free Internet

Programmes offers pared-down web services on mobile phones along with Facebook' s own social network and messaging services cost free As India fights for net-neutrality, it has become a battleground over the right to unrestricted Internet access with local tech start-ups joining the front line against Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg and his plan to roll out free Internet to the country's masses. The programme, launched in around three dozen developing countries, offers pared-down web ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India introduces net neutrality rules barring Facebook's free Internet | Reuters  First Post.com13 hours ago
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'India's urban children spend 4hrs on mobile internet per day'

Press Trust of India | New Delhi February 8, 2016 Last Updated at 22:22 IST Children in urban India within the age group of nine to seventeen spend about 4 hours a day on internet mostly through mobile phones, a survey today said. According to the survey by ...
 Business Standard15 hours ago India’s urban children spend 4hrs on mobile Internet per day  Tech24 hours ago India's Urban Children Spend 4 Hours On Mobile Internet Per Day: Survey  NDTV6 hours ago
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New efficient AI chip may lead to 'Internet of Things'

MIT scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a new highly efficient chip that may enable mobile devices to run powerful artificial intelligence algorithms, and help usher in the "Internet of things".
 DNA15 hours ago
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Paytm on hiring spree for its payments bank, plans to employ 3,000 staff

NEW DELHI: Paytm, India's largest mobile payments platform, has shortlisted a candidate to lead its payments bank and is bringing on board new hires as it strengthens senior management for the new business, which has a starting budget of Rs 400 crore. The ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Paytm Allocates Rs 400 Crore For Promoting Their Payments Bank; Plans To Hire 3000  Trak.in23 hours ago Alipay and Paytm customers can soon make purchases on each other’s platforms  Medianama1 week ago
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TranServ launches India's first social mobile wallet Udio

KOLKATA: TranServ, a leading digital payments company, has launched India's 1st Social Mobile Wallet, Udio. Udio Wallet integrates a social, community-driven aspect with anytime, anywhere accessibility to digital P2P (peer-to-peer) transactions ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Now, Paytm Wallet Accepted Even at Petrol Pumps! #OfflinePush  Trak.in3 days ago Indian Oil petrol pumps now accept payments through Paytm in Delhi  Medianama2 hours ago

Amazon India axes return policy for mobile phones

Amazon India has made some rather disappointing changes to its return policy for mobile phones. Now, mobile phones that are fulfilled from Amazon India on or after 7 th February 2016, will no longer be eligible for refunds. The company has notified its buyers ...
 Fone Arena18 hours ago Amazon India Stops Giving Refunds on Mobile Phone Purchases!  Trak.in20 hours ago
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'Mobile phones production in India may reach 500 mn in 2 yrs'

one manufacturing in the country may reach 500 million units in coming two years on the back of good base of talent and an incentive policy, a top Department of Telecom (DoT) official said today. This year, India produced 100 million phones as compared to 45 ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Mobile phone manufacturing in India to touch 500 million units in 2 years, says DoT official  Tech217 hours ago Mobile Phones Production in India May Touch 500 Million in 2 years: DoT  Silicon India20 hours ago Mobile phones production in India to reach 500 mn in 2 yrs  Money Today1 day ago
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