Articles by Nilabh Jha

Five milestones for Indian telecom in 2010

Five milestones for Indian telecom in 2010

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 29 Dec, 2010

2010 was a most eventful year for telecommunications in India. Although these events have had little impact this year, they will transform the way we use mobile phones.

Reliance Infotel's LTE ready tablet for Rs 8,000

Reliance Infotel's LTE ready tablet for Rs 8,000

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 22 Dec, 2010

Mukesh Ambani owned Infotel is planning to sell a tablet at less than Rs 8,000 in India. The device will connect using LTE and is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2011.

Coming soon: Nagraj cartoon films on your handset

Coming soon: Nagraj cartoon films on your handset

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 21 Dec, 2010

Content company Planet41 has tied up with Raj Comics to deliver animated films starring super heroes such as Nagraj, Dhruv and Dooga to 3G handsets.

ZTE plans Android powered Libero for India

ZTE plans Android powered Libero for India

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 15 Dec, 2010

The phone, which uses Android 2.2 and has a 3.5 inch WVGA TFT display, has already been launched in Europe and in Japan.

Ten mobile phones expected at MWC

Ten mobile phones expected at MWC

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 08 Dec, 2010

Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona in February. Here we take a look at what the likes of Nokia, Motorola, HTC, HP and Samsung, will bring to the exhibition.

Control your car with your smartphone

Control your car with your smartphone

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 07 Dec, 2010

Mavizon Technologies has introduced Autobot, which helps you track your car, monitor its health, open the doors and control the windows - all using your smartphone.

Modu T to launch new Textify and Boostify attachments by Jan

Modu T to launch new Textify and Boostify attachments by Jan

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 06 Dec, 2010

Modu T, world's lightest full touch 3G handset launched in India by Micromax, is expected to get two additional attachments called Textify and Boostify. Sportify for joggers and Camerify are already available.

Chronology of telecom controversies

Chronology of telecom controversies

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 18 Nov, 2010

Telecom ministry has been amongst the news ever since the liberlisation of the sector started in 1991. Here is the list of all the controversies surrounding the telecom ministry for the past two decades.

Indmobile launches international SIM Card

Indmobile launches international SIM Card

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 17 Nov, 2010

The new SIM, called HopSIM, offers lifetime validity and works in 202 countries. Users can receive free incoming calls in 75 countries and send free SMSs from the hop SIM website.

ASUS 10 inch Android tablet by Q1 2011

ASUS 10 inch Android tablet by Q1 2011

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Nov, 2010

The company to extend its cloud based services to tablet users. Cloud services to help users with lower spec versions of the device to enjoy a whole range of applications.

India adds 2.5 Lakh CDMA data card subscribers every month

India adds 2.5 Lakh CDMA data card subscribers every month

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 03 Nov, 2010

The country has more than 3 million EVDO data card users. RCom is the biggest player in the space with more than half the market share. Despite success, CDMA operators are secretive about subscriber figures.

MTS to offer 14.7 Mbps speeds through CDMA dongles

MTS to offer 14.7 Mbps speeds through CDMA dongles

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 01 Nov, 2010

The company plans to upgrade its network to Rev B platform and offer speeds of up to 14.7 Mbps; Intends to cover 20 per cent of data subscribers market by 2012.

IGNOU to give its students ebook readers

IGNOU to give its students ebook readers

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 22 Sep, 2010

University is scouting for vendors to supply readers. Initially MBA students will be supplied ebook readers, which will be pre installed with appropriate study material.

Freecharge.in to make prepaid mobile recharge virtually free in India

Freecharge.in to make prepaid mobile recharge virtually free in India

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 23 Aug, 2010

Freecharge.in is a patent pending online service for prepaid mobile recharge that makes the recharge virtually free by offering equal amount in retail coupons.

Are there too many mobile platforms?

Are there too many mobile platforms?

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 10 Aug, 2010

With the success of Apple’s iPhone, many other players have entered the app store business. But with so many platforms, application developers are forced to make a tough choice between choosing to concentrate on one platform, or going through the cumber