India’s Department of Telecommunications has issued a notification to all smartphone manufacturers that by January 2017, all mobile handsets sold in the country will have a panic button so that women who are in dangerous
When you’re riding a bike and you receive a phone call, of course you do not answer it, even though you’re in a hands-free mode. But the one calling you has no idea that you’re on a bike and will probably make some wild
Whenever a current flagship gets a price cut, you can bet your dollar (or in this case, rupee) that the OEM is getting ready to announce their new major smartphone. If you live in India and you’ve been thinking of getting a a
India may be the world’s second most populous country in the world as well as one of the top countries for business process outsourcing, but 68% of its population are in rural areas and probably have no access to Internet.
Normally, we take it for granted that if you live in the US or a major European country or East Asia, you think you will get the latest Android update first over the rest of the world. But sometimes, the OEM surprises its users,
Most phone manufacturers nowadays are fighting to survive the mobile industry. The sudden popularity of the Chinese OEMs producing affordable smartphones with 'good enough' specs is what causing the top companies to lose numbers.
Late last year, India, specifically the southern part of the country, was devastated by flash floods that paralyzed the livelihood and living conditions of people in those territories. It did not make that much noise in
Apologies to those in India who are fond of shopping at Amazon. The e-commerce website is changing its policy on returns. Amazon just made some adjustments in the country as noted on the return policy page. All orders for mobile
If you constantly drop your smartphone for some reason or another, you know that you would rather have it dented than have the display shatter (or you’d rather you just don’t drop it at all). If you live in India, you might
India is seen as one of the most profitable emerging mobile markets in the world, being the 2nd most populous nation in the world. But one of its biggest problems is Internet accessibility, as only 2-4 million households have