Even Samsung India e-Store has been gearing up for Galaxy Note II launch as it had commenced the pre-booking process for the Galaxy Note II last week for just Rs 5,000.
Along with a new look of Xperia stores, Sony is also planning to push its tally of 255 service centers to 356 across India by year end.
The next in line OS upgrade, the Google Android Jelly Bean 4.1 starts rolling out for the Asus Transformer Prime, starting with Sweden.
MapmyIndia is already offering its maps with Cygic which costs Rs 1600, it has now partnered with Mireo to offer a cheaper option of the same map for Rs 1,100.
Nokia could sue HTC for copying its Lumia phone.
The music-centric smartphone will come with Android 4.0 ICS but would be upgradable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
RCom plans to introduce unlimited voice calls plan for Rs 8,99 and Rs 1,499 plan where they will get 3 GB of data free along with unlimited voice calls.
Now it's the turn of pigs to take revenge on birds who attacked them with slingshots in Angry Birds.
The new service called Life+ is a web based service while the Nokia Life which is a SMS based service which will continue to be available.
As the Google Play app store celebrates its 25 billion app downloads, the store is offering premium applications for a specially discounted price of 25 cents or Rs 14 only.
Select number of users report about purple flaring issue with the Apple iPhone 5's new 8 megapixel iSight camera.
In the mapping segment apart from Nokia Map, Google is a very strong player and it would definitely like Android based device users have an upper hand in terms of its innovation.
Qualcomm has announced two more Snapdragon S4 Play family mobile processors with improved features for the entry-level smartphones.
All new 5.5-inch HD Super Amoled touchscreen device Galaxy Note II will be available in retail market from next week.
The new 7 inch tablet from Micromax comes with Hindi movies, Rowdy Rathore and Tees Maar Khan preloaded.