Any violation by operators will be taken as violation of the terms and conditions of licence agreement by service provider.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has directed service providers not to offer the National Anthem as a caller tune as it was a violation of the Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971.
"The licensees are hereby directed to ensure that services provided by them comply with provisions of the Prevention of Insults to National Honour Act, 1971 and executive orders," DoT said in a statement here.
Any violation of the same shall be taken as violation of the terms and conditions of the licence agreement, it added.
Inspired by users sharing sports news and pictures on Facebook and Twitter, HitPost's founders came up with the idea of a sports app for iPhone and Android.
Future versions of Windows Phone OS too will work on ARM architecture. Windows Phone 7 is already compatible with ARM processor based devices, and also supports Intel and AMD processors.
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Google-Motorola Xoom is a 10 inch tablet that will be the first device to run Google's Android Honeycomb operating system.
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Near field communication technology will allow users to make payments via mobile phones, and is expected to make a debut this year.
Semiconductor giant Freescale has announced a new energy efficient processor family with the option of one, two and four cores, each running at 1.2 GHz.
Android smartphones using Sprint's network can now monitor their fitness with apps from BodyMedia and armbands that constantly send data about their body to their Android smartphone.
There are currently four big operating systems in the handset market - Symbian, Android, Research In Motion and iOS - which will likely consolidate around platforms that manage to garner more support from device manufacturers and consumers.
Opera software announced on Monday that the company has been working on a browser for tablets, netbook and PC which will be unveiled at CES 2011.