Named as Cutebox, it brings all the functionalities of a native Dropbox application, enabling users to add, delete and move both files and folders.
The interiors of the bus have been redesigned to create a 3G Experience Zone that will enable visitors to enjoy and try out 3G services in a fun and interactive manner.
Twitter rolls out better browser based HTML 5 version of Twitter.com for iPad users who prefer not to choose the native application.
There are many mobile apps now available across different mobile platforms that will help in observing this holy month of Ramadan in true spirit.
Razer Electra music and gaming headset comes to the official web catalogue with an expected delivery date slated for October.
It has a list of past and present members of Lok Sabha starting from the first Lok Sabha to the 16th, which was elected in 2009.
A government-funded mobile friendly website has been launched to create consumer awareness about various brands of medicines, their manufacturers, composition and comparative prices in the market.
Amidst all the rumours, the launch of Blackberry Bold 9900 in India still remains a mystery.
Nokia has launched a new mid-range Nokia 500 handset that runs 1GHz processor powering Symbian Anna OS, 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display and comes with bunch of pre-loaded applications due before end of this year.
Binatone ReadMe Mobile has no touchscreen but comes with a keypad, Android 2.1, and WiFi which would help the users to browse the web and do some email work as well, apart from reading books on it.
Sony's new generation handheld gaming console might arrive in countries including India much before than what was being expected as a year ending launch.
Game publishers in general collect data of the users of their mobile games, which can help them upgrade the fun quotient of the game.
The upgrade will bring most of the 2011 Xperia software functionality from SE's newest phone, the Xperia Arc, besides few Gingerbread features like Wi-Fi and USB tethering.
It brings free video and audio calling over Wi-Fi networks. Besides, the Skype app for iPad will also support video and audio calling over 3G networks.
Speculations suggest the codenamed "Sea Ray" phone showed off by the Nokia CEO Stephen Elop to his employees is the same phone which will be launched on the event.