The new sites will offer live games, video highlights, select Hindi content, player blogs and original columns from two India-based NBA journalists.
Customers may be rejoicing at the power of mobile number portability, which will soon be in their hands. But are operators ready for the churn?
Using this application, a Nimbuzz user on Symbian can use a Twitter client that includes timelines, direct messaging, searches, trends and profiles.
After the online medium, newspapers are warming up to the mobile screen. But don't expect it to replace your daily printed version just yet...
At the Mobile and Money India 2009 event held in Mumbai on Wednesday, speakers talked about the importance of bringing mobile banking to the unbanked.
Through mBit, users can share photos, videos, music and text from their mobile phones. The service is compatible with only 3G handsets.
With TRAI introducing Mobile Number Portability (MNP), there have been many speculations over who is likely to shift operators - the prepaid or the postpaid subscriber.
Voice tariffs, SMS and now roaming rates are getting slashed.
The network will cover a national footprint of close to 600 million. Call rates have been fixed at 29 paise per minute.
Manoj Kohli of Bharti Airtel said that mobile tariffs will fall further only if there is a cut in the high levies in the telecom sector.
M-commerce is becoming important not just for operators, but also for banks and various service providers that are using mobile as a window to transact with their customers â€“ anytime and anywhere.
The new application, Photon TV, will allow Tata Photon Plus postpaid subscribers to watch live television channels on their PCs and laptops.
The state telco has finally joined the tariff war by launching its pay per second plan. It had earlier said that it would not introduce such a plan.
The new device is bundled with the latest version of Nokia Messaging, an email service that enables users to manage multiple mailboxes with a single interface.
RCom has started the tariff war on SMS by offering it at one paisa for prepaid and postpaid customers. This, in an environment where the general cost of an SMS is one rupee