Gmail web application for mobile will now support 44 languages. New HTML5 version of the mobile app will include features such as search, stars, labels and threaded conversations all work in the mobile webapp just as they do in the desktop Gmail experienc
Huawei Technologies has announced two Android smartphones Ideos X5 and X6, which will be launched in India by mid January.
Nokia is currently offering 23 3G enabled handsets in the country and more are expected very soon. Here's a list of some of the best 3G smartphones from the market leader.
Facebook has extended privacy controls for mobile users after concerns were raised.
LG's Optimus smartphones are to get Android 2.3 Gingerbread, after a lot of suspense was created around this by the company. However, Optimus has made it this time just by the skin of its teeth.
The Gmail app on Android 2.2 Froyo will now get more frequent updates than it used to. Among the new features it now supports is the Gmail Priority Inbox.
Rumours of Apple working on a CDMA variant of the popular iPhone have been doing the rounds for a while. Now, the company is even looking for a CDMA engineer.
The most popular handset brand online is Nokia, followed by Samsung, Micromax, Apple and Sony Ericsson, in that order. The most searched operators include Airtel and Vodafone.
Reliance Communications (Rcom) has announced the launch of its next generation 3G mobile and data services in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chandigarh.
Michael is the flavour of the season as far as the mobile companies are concerned. Tata Docomo in partnership with Sony Music has launched the keenly anticipated album from Michael Jackson, called "Michael" for its subscribers.
With Apple and Google creating new computing ecosystems every day, it is doubtful whether there will be space for the Linux based MeeGo platform being developed by Nokia and Intel.
Opera Mini will now come preloaded on Samsung Galaxy S smartphones.
Airtel and Reliance Communications exhibited their 3G services but there's no word on launch as yet.
mig33, a mobile based social networking application, today launched a version for Android devices. Makers of the application want to ride on the wave of low cost Android phones that are becoming popular.
With iPhone application My Name is E, the process of exchanging contact information will become unexpectedly simple. The persons exchanging contact information will, however, need to be in physical proximity.