Prev By Hassan M Kamal | Posted 4 hours Technology firms are creating products in Marathi, Bangla, Tamil and Urdu to increase the reach of smartphones in India In October 2015, Google had introduced voice search support for Hindi and ... Mid Day, 1 week ago
Tech firms pushing for smartphone apps in Indian languages - Mid Day, 1 week ago
Indian handset maker Karbonn Mobile is making another attempt at bringing Android to the masses by launching a very cheap smartphone, the K9 Smart. Unfortunately, the smartphone fails when it comes to specs, especially since it comes with Android ...Softpedia, 3 weeks ago Karbonn launches dual-SIM K9 Smart handset for Rs 3,990 Gizmodo India, 1 month ago Karbonn K9 Smart with 21 regional language support launched at Rs. 3,990 My Mobile, 1 month ago Karbonn K9 Smart launched with budget price Phones Review, 1 month ago
New Delhi : Joint venture mobile phone-maker Karbonn has introduced its new range of smartphones, the K9 Smart with 12 languages, which allows the users to access the smartphone in their own local language A move aimed to boost mass adoption ...Siasat Daily, 4 weeks ago
KOLKATA: Home bred mobile phone maker Karbonn has vernacularised its smartphone experience by launching the K9 Smart which allows users to access the smartphone in his own local language, a move aimed at boosting mass adoption levels. Priced at Rs ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
Change is in the air indeed, for Samsung, both at the Seoul HQ and closer home in India. Leading this is buzz about the imminent succession of heir-apparent Jay Y Lee taking over from ailing patriarch Lee Kun-hee. Another major shift has been at ...Economic Times, 2 months ago
India-Pak face-off saw brands pay up to Rs 20 lakh in last-minute spot buying, during the ICC Cricket World Cup. Image: Virat Kohli speaks to Pakistan captain Misbah-ul Haq. Photograph: Getty Images When the Indian team toured Pakistan in 2004, it was not only an emotionally charged series but a major money-spinner for their cricket board. A bankrupt body before the series, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reported a profit in excess of Rs 200 crore (Rs 2 billion) that year.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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