April 6th, 2011 5:13 PM 8 COMMENTS

India’s Legal Research Goes Mobile with Manupatra Mobile Apps

India's leading law publisher, Manupatra today announced the launch of first of its kind an Mobile Applications to provide Instant access to Legal Research/Advise on Mobile phone, anywhere anytime. This application for the iPhone, iPad and Blackberry is a legal research resource which gives instant access to the entire set of Indian Case laws (since 1844) and Acts and allows intelligent searching of the comprehensive library. The application will give... Read More

February 2nd, 2011 11:18 AM 3 COMMENTS

B4U Music TV Channel Now on Mobile Phones

B4U Music, the world’s number one Asian/Indian TV channel, the , today announced the launch of its Free to Air Bollywood Music television channel on Mobile Phone in association with global mobile TV network Yamgo. B4U, a music-themed TV channel already available on more than 8 different satellites, in more than 100 countries including the USA, UK, Canada and India, is the latest channel to launch on the mobile content... Read More

December 29th, 2010 4:50 PM 70 COMMENTS

CDMA In India – Past, Present And Future

In midst of the controversy of 2G spectrum scam and excitement of 3G and MNP, India’s telecom watchdog TRAI released active user’s base of all telecom operators based upon Visitor Location Register (VLR). This heats up the old arch rivalry between GSM and CDMA operators on spectrum issue. Though this study is not good enough to comment on, as TRAI did not specify any time period for VLR, but it... Read More

December 16th, 2010 7:17 PM 12 COMMENTS

Nokia Files Patent Infringement Complaints Against Apple

World's largest Mobile Phone maker Nokia announced it has filed claims in the UK High Court, Dusseldorf and Mannheim District Courts in Germany and the District Court of the Hague, Netherlands, alleging that Apple infringes Nokia patents in many of its products sold in these countries, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. These actions add 13 further Nokia patents to the 24 already asserted against Apple in the US International... Read More

November 4th, 2010 3:54 AM 4 COMMENTS

Official Android Twitter App Gets Needed Update

The only thing thats making news in mobile software market is Android. Its has to be. Coming from the family of Google this mobile OS has become immensely popular and most of the manufacturers are vying to punch it into their phones.The tiny tot robot is really making some news. So are the social networking sites twitter the popular SNS is a real-time information network that connects you to the... Read More

October 27th, 2010 11:48 AM 19 COMMENTS

Indian Consumers Remain Price Sensitive When Purchasing A Mobile Phone

Experian Hitwise, the leading global online competitive intelligence service, today released analysis which reveals that India could be on the verge of a wireless Internet breakthrough. Experian Hitwise’s research shows that Internet searches for ‘wireless broadband’ in India have doubled over the last three months ahead of 3G mobile services being rolled out. Internet search data in India reveals a real appetite for fast wireless Internet services. Searches for “wireless... Read More

September 20th, 2010 11:20 AM 4 COMMENTS

Facebook Enters Location Based Arena

World’s biggest social networking website facebook has finally entered the arena of LBS (Location based services), Recently facebook has come up with feature that will enable users to share their locations and tell their friends where they are using GPS co-ordinates rather than just writing update in their status quo. LBS gained popularity with the rise in number of users who want to share where they shop, eat or play.Initially... Read More

July 23rd, 2010 3:34 PM 46 COMMENTS

Unlimited Plans – Subscribers Dream & Operators Nightmare

Network and spectrum are pretty expensive things. Huge costs go in deploying networks. An operator who is ready to incur costs expects good return on investment. But the costs are so huge that it takes years for an operator to look at profits. Also they cannot charge heavily for service because they have incurred huge costs. So there is a trade off between what we expect and what we get.... Read More

May 29th, 2010 6:10 PM 29 COMMENTS

3G Auction Some After Talks

Long waited India’s 1st 3G spectrum auction is over! Starting on 9 April it took 34 days. Govt-owned BSNL and MTNL are already offering 3G services over country. Now private operators also get licenses to offer high speed 3G services. Indian Government earned Rs 67,700 crore, double than they expected to get by selling 3G airwaves.Most important thing not a single operator did win pan-India 3G license, which may lead... Read More

March 31st, 2010 10:56 AM 10 COMMENTS

Motorola’s Android Mobile Phone ‘Milestone’ Enters India

As Indian wireless market is going to enter 3G era very soon, handset makers are furious to capture the market. Just 2 days before LG launched its Android based 3G handset GW620, now Motorola lands in India with its Android 2.1 based Milestone.The Motorola "Milestone" creates a milestone in India being first Android 2.1 OS based smartphone. Motorola describes it as 'No Compromise' mobile device. Motorola Milestone is actually Motorola... Read More

March 27th, 2010 12:58 PM 29 COMMENTS

Sneak Peek Into 3G Mobile Phones In India

After a lot of delays, the long-waited 3G & BWA auction processing for private players has been started in India. A total of 9 operators have applied for 3G spectrum auction and 11 companies have applied for BWA auction. So it will be a intense tag of war among companies as only 3 slots (in few circles 4 slots) are available for 3G, and only 2 slots are for BWA,... Read More

March 2nd, 2010 10:00 PM 4 COMMENTS

Innoz Launches TRANZ-Now Share Files With Your Phonebook Friends

Innoz India’s fastest growing mobile and web expert company today announced the launch of mobile file sharing and networking application named as Tranz. Using Tranz one can share any kind of files on mobile with your phone-book contacts. Tranz works with GPRS/3G, WIFI enabled mobile phones. Tranz currently supports all JAVA enabled handsets, Deepak Ravindran  CEO Innoz India quoted Tranz will  be soon available  for Symbian,iPhone and in android platform.One... Read More

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