Mobile application development requires critical mass to really take off
A thriving mobile app development community will only be possible when the uptake of smartphones reaches critical mass, says Jay Sheth, President & CEO of Air2Web India
MCC Group launches dual sim phone, forays into handset market
The MCC Group, best known for its color photo printing technology, has now entered the mobile handset market, with the launch of 5 handsets - Jumbo i9 , Crystal i10, RS 8, S10, thump i11 and T9X. All models will be dual sim capable
BSNL partners with Obopay to launch 'Billpay' service
Introduces the service in the West Zone, plans to extend Billpay to the rest of the country
3G roll out may spell grand revival of ITSPs
Mobile users in India are not the only ones looking forward to the introduction of 3G by the Indian service providers. A host of entrepreneurs are toying with ideas to launch hundreds of value added services as well as value offerings (read inexpensive ca
RIM wants to establish industry forum to address data access issue
RIM offers to establish an industry forum to collectively work with the government on policies and processes surrounding lawful access
L&T Infotech’s LTE-UE tests successful
L&T Infotech has announced that its LTE User Equipment (UE) stack has successfully been validated in interoperability tests (IOT) with Trillium LTE eNodeB software from Continuous Computing
RIM retorts to govt. ultimatum
RIM has issued a statement in response to the deadline of August 31, imposed by the government. In the statement, the BlackBerry maker still maintains that all services provided by it are 'lawful' RIM says that any capabilities it...
Is Oracle trying to piggyback on Android success?
Oracle announced yesterday that it has filed a complaint against Google for patent and copyright infringement Oracle, which acquired Java through its $7.4 billion deal earlier this year, says Google infringed on Java-related IP during the...
Is a compromise between RIM & govt. likely?
RIM, maker of the iconic BlackBerry smartphone, has been in troubled waters recently. With some countries, including India, threatening to ban some of its services, the Canadian firm is facing the unenviable task of keeping both regulators...
ADI focuses on mobility, healthcare in India
Technology : Hardware & Software
Analog Devices has opened its new, expanded development facility, which is located at RMZ Infinity Technology Park, in Bangalore. The new facility will allow better collaboration between the company s DSP, Analog and Software...