Apple iPad has finally been launched in India and is available with a base price of Rs 27,900 going up to Rs 44,900 for the top spec one.
Call The Mobile Store at 18002096363 and get your phone delivered to your home. This service is available in 163 cities across India.
Vihaan Networks Ltd. (VNL) has created a low cost mobile and GSM tower which enables telecom operators and ISPs to cost effectively launch services in rural areas. VNL's towers, called WorldGSM, work entirely on solar energy. This translates to zero operating cost.
OnMobile's voice search service has handled more than 25 million requests.
Speculation about the possible launch of HTC tablets gets another boost with HTC trade marking the name HTC Sensation.
Google and Facebook retain top spot on the mobile web. Opera's State of the Mobile Web report says that the mobile web grew by 379 per cent since December 2009 in India.
India's biggest operator has launched its 3G services in Chennai and Coimbatore. It had launched service in Bangalore earlier this week. Call rates offered remains the same as 2G. Data charges are also similar to that of 2G.
Yamgo has launched Fashion TV on mobile. The service is free apart from data charges you will incur. It works on most mobile phones that support 2.5G Edge and above or Wifi.
Uninor announces Roam Free for its Mumbai customers traveling to Gujarat.
200 Watt PMPO might sound unreasonably big for a mobile phone but we love a little extra sound.
Byond's new Q99 is a Qwerty phone with 2 inch screen for social networkers.
With Google's cloud printing solution, users of Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad) can print documents using a pre defined printer no matter where they are.
LG's dual core smartphone Optimus 2X has been launched in South Korea.
BSNL and Apple have inked a deal according to which BSNL will provide dedicated plans for iPad which Apple will launch in India within the next week.
iOS users trying to visit Toshiba's tablet site are taunted for owning an iPhone or iPad.