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  • US Appeals Court Sends BlackBerry Lawsuit Back to Lower Court

    US Appeals Court Sends BlackBerry Lawsuit Back to Lower Court

    The lawsuit alleged that BlackBerry attempted to conceal the poor performance of the Z10 in order to artificially inflate its stock price.

  • Angry Birds Maker Rovio Turns H1 Profit, Plans Movie Sequel

    Angry Birds Maker Rovio Turns H1 Profit, Plans Movie Sequel

    Rovio Entertainment Ltd, the maker of mobile phone games and animations, turned a profit from the first half of the year and said it was planning a sequel to its Angry Birds Movie.

  • Industry Body COAI Acting As Mouthpiece Of Dominant Players: RJio

    Industry Body COAI Acting As Mouthpiece Of Dominant Players: RJio

    In a no holds barred attack, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio on Monday lashed out at mobile phone operators' body COAI, of which it is a member, for acting "maliciously" as "mouthpiece" of certain dominant incumbent operators having vested interests against the company.

  • Reliance Communications Unveils Data Scheme To Push Calls From Mobile Apps

    Reliance Communications Unveils Data Scheme To Push Calls From Mobile Apps

    The company has priced 200 megabyte of 4G data at Rs 39 which can be used for making 300 minutes of phone call using mobile applications like JioChat, WhatsApp, FB Messenger, Skype, Google Hangouts and the like.

  • Britain's Iconic Red Phone Booths Find Their Second Calling

    Britain's Iconic Red Phone Booths Find Their Second Calling

    Even the most British of icons are constantly evolving. BMW redesigned the Mini; the classic double-decker bus fell out of favor, then came back into fashion; the black London taxi will soon go electric. With the mobile phone effectively wiping out everyday use of public telephone booths, what will become of the beloved scarlet-red kiosks that once...

  • Calling China: Phones Everywhere In World's Biggest Market

    Calling China: Phones Everywhere In World's Biggest Market

    Sometimes it seems that no one in China, from toddlers to octogenarians, ladies in swimming pools to delivery men mid-manoeuvre, is without a cellphone to hand -- and statistically it is more or less true.

  • 403 Vehicles, 45 People, Cops Ignored Dying Man. Driver Who Hit Him Finally Detained

    403 Vehicles, 45 People, Cops Ignored Dying Man. Driver Who Hit Him Finally Detained

    On Wednesday morning, 40-year-old Matibool lay bleeding for over an hour on a road in Delhi after being hit by a tempo. No one tried to help him; the one man who stopped is seen on CCTV footage, picking up his mobile phone and walking off.

  • 108 Mobile Towers Found Exceeding Radiation Limits: Government

    108 Mobile Towers Found Exceeding Radiation Limits: Government

    A total of 108 cell phone towers were found exceeding radiation limits in the last three years and penalties have been imposed on the concerned telecom providers, the Lok Sabha was informed today.

  • It's All In The Wrist: Apple's Tactic For A Little Games Glory

    It's All In The Wrist: Apple's Tactic For A Little Games Glory

    Samsung is mobile phone sponsor of the Rio Games and sells its handsets exclusively to hundreds of thousands of visitors flocking to Olympic venues - but Apple is tempting some of them outside with its own unofficial Games merchandise.

  • Intex Technologies Forays Into Refrigerator Segment

    Intex Technologies Forays Into Refrigerator Segment

    Homegrown mobile phone and consumer durables maker Intex Technologies has forayed into the refrigerator segment expanding its product portfolio.

  • Govenment Expects Up To 15 Crore People To Join 'MyGov' Platform

    Govenment Expects Up To 15 Crore People To Join 'MyGov' Platform

    Terming myGov as the biggest platform of Digital India, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said the user base of the government's citizen engagement platform should touch at least 10-15 crore, given that the country has 103 crore mobile phone users.

  • Xiaomi Redmi 3S, Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and More News This Week

    Xiaomi Redmi 3S, Lenovo Vibe K5 Note, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and More News This Week

    Among other news, another big piracy site was taken down, and, as usual, there were a host of mobile phone launches.

  • Airtel Announces 'Unlimited' Voice Calling Ahead Of Reliance Jio Launch

    Airtel Announces 'Unlimited' Voice Calling Ahead Of Reliance Jio Launch

    Bharti Airtel on Friday announced a new plan, which will enable customers to avail "unlimited" mobile calls at Rs 1,199 per month. India's biggest mobile operator said customers will be able to enjoy "unlimited" local, STD and national roaming as well as bundled SMS/data under its new postpaid plan.

  • India Bound To Enforce UK Tribunal's Decision On Tata: DoCoMo

    India Bound To Enforce UK Tribunal's Decision On Tata: DoCoMo

    Japan's largest mobile phone company NTT DoCoMo on Tuesday said India, being a signatory to the New York Convention, is bound to enforce the award decision of a London-based arbitration court that ordered Tata Group to pay $1.17 billion in compensation to the company.

  • GST: What Will Become Cheaper And More Expensive

    GST: What Will Become Cheaper And More Expensive

    The adoption of the GST regime will make manufacturing cheaper, leading to lower prices of a number of manufactured goods. On the other hand, services are likely to become costlier under the GST.

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