One-in-four urban Indian mobile user has issues with operator: Study
Oct 28, 2013
New Delhi, Oct 28:
Almost one-in-four urban Indian mobile user has issues like network, mobile Internet, billing and charging, with their service operator, but only half of these issues
India, China account for 35% of active mobile services users: Study
Jul 25, 2012
Telecom ministry moots no foreign vendors for sensitive projectsa h
Apr 19, 2012
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to insist on 100% domestic sourcing for three major telecom projects worth nearly 36,000 crore, shutting off foreign vendors who were hoping to bag
Expansion in India and China to protect Ericsson and ZTE
Nov 21, 2008
Ericsson AB and ZTE corp., world’s leading phone-equipment makers are counting on riding out the recession by expanding of wireless networks in India and China.
"Every industry in the world is
Sony Ericsson to use iPass Mobile Office!cost
Jul 22, 2008
Sony Ericsson a global player in mobile multimedia devices announced today that it is going to provide the iPass Mobile Office to its workforce around the globe. iPass Mobile Office
Free Google email synchs with mobile telephones
Feb 10, 2009
SAN FRANCISCO: Google on Monday began synchronizing its free Web-based email service with smart phones using software licensed from arch-rival Microsoft.
Google Sync perpetually updates Gmail messages, calendars, and contact
Google launches software to track mobile users
Feb 06, 2009
BANGALORE: US Internet search company Google Inc released software on Wednesday that allows users of mobile phones and other wireless devices to automatically share their whereabouts with family and friends.
Mobile phone makers moot free handsets for 50 million poor families
Feb 03, 2009
Taking rural telecom penetration to the next level, the Indian Cellular Association (ICA) in a proposal to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has suggested free of cost mobile
Competition hots up between 3G and WiMax technologies ahead of launch.
Dec 16, 2008
Till now the competition was between the GSM platform and the CDMA with GSM always dominating but now the scene is shifting to a second war for supremacy that is
Global giants like Sony Ericsson and Nokia eyeing the Indian MVAS market
Dec 11, 2008
India's telecom scene is expanding at a fast rate with the mobile subscriber base of over 300 million the market is expected to touch 700-million subscriber base by 2012. According