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Apple Loses ‘Cool’ As Samsung Steals The Show
In a recent survey, more people were of the opinion that Apple has grown less cool than Android over the last two years.
Wearables To Soon Witness Mass Market Adoption
By 2015, Android-Based Smartwatches Will Average $30 as Chinese OEMs capture the consumer mass market globally, says Gartner.
Gear Up C-Suite, Employees Want Mobile Workspace
Mobile working is going to happen in businesses whether they want it to or not, believe experts.
Android One Shows India Is Biggest Market For Google
Chipmaker MediaTek predicts as many as 2 million Android One handsets will be sold this year alone in the country.
Google's Android One May Spark New Phone Wars
Google’s aggressive move could possibly spell trouble for Samsung which has until now dominated the Android market in India.
Analytics, Big Data Becoming Key To Telcos’ Strategy
In the current competitive landscape, there is a growing market for next-generation analytics in India, says a new report.
Apple iPhone 6: A Result Of Competition Or Innovation?
It took Apple a little longer to accept this reality that ‘bigger is better,’ a concept Samsung understood much earlier and forced Apple to follow suit
Uninor's New Project To Bridge Mobile Gender Gap
Project Sampark plans to create awareness that the mobile is a tool of facilitation for women
Can Tim Cook Recreate The 'Apple Magic?'
Technology enthusiasts, investors and rivals will be watching closely to see whether Jobs' handpicked successor inherited the magic touch.
Mobile Phones Soon To Oust Humans: A Gain Or A Pain?
Experts believe, while mobile phones are expected to outnumber human population soon, they should be leveraged carefully and effectively.