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SBI accounts for half of <strong>mobile</strong> transactions in June: RBI

SBI accounts for half of mobile transactions in June: RBI

18 Sep 2014

Mumbai: State Bank of India accounted for half of the total number of mobile transactions undertaken in June, while ICICI Bank became the first to surpass the Rs 1,000-crore mark albeit with only a fifth of the registered users as the country's largest lender.

State Bank of India,   SBI,   RBI,   ICICI,   H R Khan,   mobile transactions,  
Railways join hands with China to increase <strong>train</strong> speed

Railways join hands with China to increase train speed

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In a significant development, Indian Railways on Thursday joined hands with China to increase speed in its existing rail network, modernise stations and enhance mutual cooperation in the sector in the country.

Indian Railways,   China,   rail network,   modernization of stations,   Xi Jinping,   MoU,  
Metro services delayed as <strong>train</strong> halted briefly for Xi's convoy

Metro services delayed as train halted briefly for Xi's convoy

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Metro services were on Thursday affected on the Blue Line after operations were suspended briefly on the elevated stretch near Pragati Maidan station while Chinese Premier Xi Jinping's cavalcade was passing through the area.

Metro services,   Blue Line metro,   Pragati Maidan,   Xi Jinping,   Noida City Centre,   DMRC,  
Apple modifies iPhones, iPads access without user authorization

Apple modifies iPhones, iPads access without user authorization

18 Sep 2014

San Francisco: Technology giant Apple has announced a modification in its new iOS 8 operating system for mobile phones which prevents the company from accessing the devices without owner consent, a measure to hinder police snooping.

Apple Inc,   iOS 8,   Apple operating system,   Apple phones,   iPhones,   iPads,  
SBI controls 50 percent of <strong>mobile</strong> banking share

SBI controls 50 percent of mobile banking share

18 Sep 2014

Mumbai: With a whopping 11.5 million (1.15 crore) registered users, State Bank of India (SBI) generates around 50 percent of all mobile banking transactions. The data was revealed by RBI in Mumbai on Thursday. At present, the SBI user base for mobile banking is around 4.5 percent of its total retail customer base, and customers can avail it irrespective of the mobile handsets they use.

SBI,   Mobile banking,   Arundhati Bhattacharya,   State Bank Anywhere app,   Mobile namking app ,  
<strong>Mobile</strong> <strong>phones</strong> impact human cells: Scientist

Mobile phones impact human cells: Scientist

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A Finland based scientist said he has observed that human cells change their structure when exposed to radiation from mobile phones, but could not conclude whether it is harmful or not because funding for the study stopped.

human cells,   mobile phones,   cell phone radiation,   Protein structure,   mobile device business,   NOKIA,  
SBI tops <strong>mobile</strong> banking chart with 50 percent market share

SBI tops mobile banking chart with 50 percent market share

18 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Largest lender State Bank of India has emerged as the leader in mobile banking with 50 percent market share in this segment.

SBI,   SBI tops mobile banking,   Largest lender,   State Bank of India,   mobile banking customers,   Reserve Bank data ,  
Expect 2 million Android One handsets to be sold in 2014: MediaTek

Expect 2 million Android One handsets to be sold in 2014: MediaTek

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Buoyed by the initial response to Android One smartphones, chip maker MediaTek said it expects as many as two million handsets to be sold this year in India, the world's second largest market for mobile phones.

Android One,   Android One smartphones,   chip maker,   MediaTek,   mobile phones,   Google,   Android smartphones,  
SEBI plans annual <strong>information</strong> memorandum for listed companies

SEBI plans annual information memorandum for listed companies

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: To ensure greater transparency and easier regulatory oversight, Sebi plans to make it mandatory for listed companies to publish annual information memorandum on all the details about their businesses and statutory disclosures.

Sebi,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   U K Sinha,   Indian economy,   ,  
<strong>Mobile</strong> technology may improve India's health care

Mobile technology may improve India's health care

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Mobile phones and smart devices will have a large role to play in improving access to health care and involving patients more in their own treatment, a leading Oxford University academic said.

Mobile technology,   India's health care,   smart devices,   Global Health,   health access,  

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