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.
Apple also became the world's leading individual smartphone vendor, stripping Nokia of its long-held leadership position.
The app will provide access to India specific investment research. Allows investors to access institutional research covering companies across a comprehensive range of industries.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini Pro runs on Android Gingerbread operating system and 1 GHz processor. The provision of 512 MB RAM allows better multitasking on it.
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Idea's App Store, Idea Mall, currently has over 50,000 games and applications which work on different platforms and many of these applications are free for users.
Alibaba has said that it is open to launching this OS in other markets.
Consolidation will also lead to better mobile telephony services be it 2G or 3G, says CRISIL.