Goodspeed adds India to its international mobile broadband service

FINLAND: Uros now provides low-cost mobile data for travellers heading to India with the Goodspeed mobile Internet service. In the run up to India's general election, arguably the world's biggest democratic More...


Bluetooth accessory brings hands-free calling to Zello and any push-to-talk app

WESTFORD, USA: AINA-Wireless is raising funds on Kickstarter to build a breakthrough Bluetooth accessory targeting the growing user base of push-to-talk-over-IP apps. AINA's ALLCOM ONE device is a hands-free walkie-talkie More...


PowerSafe adds more power to ‘mobile gadgets’

MUMBAI, INDIA: Smart phones, tablets and phablets .with increased mobility, there is increased battery drainage and the need to charge the battery multiplies. With power supply not always handy, PowerSafe, with its high More...


Swipe raises Rs 30 crore funding from Kalaari Capital

BANGALORE, INDIA: Mobile technology start-up Swipe Telecom announced that it has raised Rs 30 crore in venture capital funding from Kalaari Capital. Swipe is a leading mobile technology company that develops and markets More...


98 percent of mobile network sessions now data

PUNE, INDIA: Amdocs, the leading provider of customer experience systems and services, today released new research into mobile traffic, showing an almost complete shift from voice to data. The research highlights the urgency More...


Munish Seth Alcatel-Lucent's India head quits

GURGAON, INDIA: Alcatel-Lucent's India president and MD, Munish Seth has submitted his resignation paper to the head office. On August 18, 2010, Seth joined the company as country head for its Indian business. Srini More...

Samsung unveils next generation ChatON messenger

NEW DELHI, INDIA:Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. today unveiled the new version 3.5 of ChatON, the global mobile and cross platform instant messenger service. Version 3.5, now offers dynamic new features including up to 1GB More...


Mobile phones induce men to shop more, but with better control on money

INDIA: Over 47 percent of Indian men who participated in a survey believed that their spending has increased ever since they have started using their mobiles for purchases, like shopping, travel, ticketing, etc. Over 2,500 More...

Broadband goes wireless – but, are poorer countries being left behind?

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