Gartner has predicted that worldwide smartphone sales will reach 468 million units in 2011, a 57.7 per cent increase from 2010.
If merged, MTNL customers can enjoy nationwide roaming on home network while BSNL would have nationwide 3G and BWA coverage.
With numerous tablets already arriving, Kno looks to concentrate on the software and services for the academic segment.
The news has surfaced at a time when everyone thought that Google was concentrating more on Android, and more specifically, Honeycomb.
Air India now offering on the go check in for their passengers with WAP/GPRS enabled phones.
Uninor has announced full time talk and lifetime validity for as low as Rs 10.
The Android based phones, Xperia Arc and the Xperia Play are available in India for Rs 32,000 and Rs 35,000 respectively.
Among the services include video SMS and Live Video Sharing.
GPS has been the only option for navigation. Now, Russia is developing GLONASS while the Europeans are developing Galileo as its alternative. How will they benefit the consumer?
Have you ever wished you knew of a traffic jam on your route in advance? Don't worry, just subscribe to alerts from Delhi Traffic Police.
With no plans for change in strategy Andy Rubin confirms that Android is and will be open source.
ChevronWP7 is a hack that enables users to get a Nodo update without the approval of Microsoft or the wireless carrier.
PlayBook's launch was originally scheduled in the first quarter of 2011, but it was been delayed by about a month to April 19.
GameStop would not produce its own tablet if some other company comes with a tablet which is great for video gaming.
After the launch of its latest browser recently, Opera announces the landmark of 100 million users for the month of March.