Articles by Sandeep Budki

Qualcomm licence rejected: will it impact consumers?

Qualcomm licence rejected: will it impact consumers?

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 22 Sep, 2011

Both LTE and WiMax, called 4G or BWA technology, offer very high speed wireless broadband access at theoretical speeds greater than 100 Mbps; while users can access real speeds of 10 Mbps on these networks.

Google+ now free for all

Google+ now free for all

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 21 Sep, 2011

This moves means that users now no longer need an invitation to join Google+ as is the case in Facebook.

Modi following Anna's footstep: uses missed call to connect

Modi following Anna's footstep: uses missed call to connect

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 19 Sep, 2011

To get alerts about Sadbhavana mission, mobile users need to give a missed call to 022-61550770 (Toll Free) and get regular SMS updates about the mission.

Exclusive mobile for Muslims

Exclusive mobile for Muslims

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 19 Sep, 2011

i786 comes with one year warranty with three months replacement comes at a price tag of Rs 2,999.

Samsung to manufacture Bada phones in India

Samsung to manufacture Bada phones in India

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Sep, 2011

With this development, mobile customers in India can expect a 4 per cent reduction in Samsung's smartphone prices, when mass manufacturing starts in the country.

Nokia 600, 700 and 701 in October

Nokia 600, 700 and 701 in October

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 09 Sep, 2011

The new Nokia 600 is said to be among the loudest smartphones from Nokia, and Nokia 701 is the brightest; while the 700 has some fantastic features.

Lava's WiFi router can provide internet to 32 users

Lava's WiFi router can provide internet to 32 users

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 09 Sep, 2011

The WiFi router is now available at all leading retail stores and is priced at Rs 2,900 and at full charge it can be continuously used for 4 hours.

Philips to launch Android and 3G smartphone by Diwali

Philips to launch Android and 3G smartphone by Diwali

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 08 Sep, 2011

Philips has just launched five dual-SIM feature phones in India under its Xenium brand. Some of these handsets have features like a 3 inch touchscreen and 5 megapixel autofocus camera with flash.

Micromax's exchange policy for defective handsets

Micromax's exchange policy for defective handsets

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 06 Sep, 2011

The company has one toll free number (1860 500 8286) and another regular number (011-44770000) where consumers can lodge complaints and get technical help as well.

MTS Android 2.3 tablet

MTS Android 2.3 tablet

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 01 Sep, 2011

Mobile operator MTS will soon launch an Android 2.3 tablet. In the past five months it has released high end and sub-Rs 5,000 Android handsets bundled with its network services.

Beetel to launch Android 2.3 smartphone, LTE device around Diwali

Beetel to launch Android 2.3 smartphone, LTE device around Diwali

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 24 Aug, 2011

Beetel's strategy is to provide affordable products and we expect its Android 2.3 smartphone to be priced sub Rs 9,000.

Android 3.0 lacks mass adoption: LACS

Android 3.0 lacks mass adoption: LACS

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 23 Aug, 2011

New tablet maker LACS will be not launching smartphone in the near future and in next three months it will sell tablets in a bundled offer from a telco.

Vodafone to launch voice-based Twitter like service

Vodafone to launch voice-based Twitter like service

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 17 Aug, 2011

Celebs like Amitabh Bachchan, Lara Dutta, Priyanka Chopra, etc. are using this service.

BlackBerry Bold 9900 misses dual camera

BlackBerry Bold 9900 misses dual camera

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Aug, 2011

If you are not too keen on the dual camera functionality, BlackBerry Bold 9900 is worth having on your wish list. It is built on the new BlackBerry 7 OS and has a 1.2 GHz processor.

Anna Hazare's movement gets app support

Anna Hazare's movement gets app support

The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Aug, 2011

India Against Corruption and Lokpal Messenger are the two mobile applications through which mobile users can stay aware of the happenings about the anti-corruption movement.